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Old 02-17-2008, 07:01 AM
Location: Ava, Mo
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Seattle- rain
Yosemite- wolves
Pebble Beach-golf
Bay Area- seafood
Los Angeles -earthquakes
Death Valley-20 mule team borax
Idaho- potatoes
Yellowstone- forest fires
Great Salt Lake- Mormons
Colorado River-rafting
Tucson- mesas
Roswell- an alien
Pikes Peak-snow
Black Hills- gold
Cheyenne- indians
North Dakota- Cowboys
Tulsa- Living on Tulsa Time...
Lincoln- abe's beard and mole
Mall of America- sore feet
St. Louis- almost home
Ozarks- HOME
Dallas- THE Cowboys
New Orleans- Crawfish & cajun food
Chatanooga- CHOO CHOO
Everglades- alligators
Sandusky- Cedar Point
Jersey Shore- a Bruce Springstein Song...Jersey Girl
The Hamptons- Snooty Rich people
Cape Cod- The Gordan Fisherman
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Old 02-17-2008, 09:11 AM
Location: Cold Frozen North
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Seattle - rain
Yosemite - scenery
Pebble Beach - ???
Bay Area = crowded, congested and high cost of living
Los Angeles - crowds
Death Valley - blast furnace heat
Idaho - mountains and potatos
Yellowstone - incredible scenery
Great Salt Lake - desert
Colorado River - huge source of electric power
The Venetian - Las Vegas
Tucson - hot
Roswell - aliens
Pikes Peak - a big mountain
Winter Park - ???
Black Hills - South Dakota
Cheyenne - Wyoming, old frontier town
North Dakota - cold, wide open spaces, low density population, low crime, wheat fields
Tulsa - tornados and heat
Lincoln - capital of Nebraska
Des Moines - icon for the Midwest and corn
Mall of America - incredible place to shop
Sears Tower - icon of Chicago
St. Louis - Gateway Arch
Ozarks - nice driving situation
Dallas - old Texas oil money
N'Awlins - lower tier of cities for quality of life
Chatanooga - easy and cheap living
Everglades - lots of water, bugs and things that bite
Cadillac, MI - GM assembly plant
Sandusky - ???
Scranton - old industrial rust-belt town
Jersey Shore - kind of grimey
Myrtle Beach - ???
Georgia Dome - ???
The Hamptons - a high end place to live back East
Cape Cod - rich liberal playground
Maine - cold winters, low crime, good down to earth people
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Old 02-17-2008, 12:29 PM
Location: Cortland, Ohio
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Seattle- Mariners
Yosemite- Yogi Bear
Pebble Beach-golf
Bay Area - san fran
Los Angeles - dodgers
Death Valley- desert
Idaho- blue football turf
Yellowstone- old faithful
Great Salt Lake- utah
Colorado River- grand canyon
The Venetian-vegas
Tucson- AZ, desert
Roswell- UFOs
Pikes Peak- people like to climb it
Winter Park - no idea
Black Hills- dokotas, wide open spaces
Cheyenne- "the beaches of" garth brooks
North Dakota- my friend rachel lives there
Tulsa- oklahoma
Lincoln- nebraska.....flat
Des Moines- big city in iowa
Mall of America- huge mall, no interest in going there
Sears Tower-chicago, tall building
St. Louis- the arch and the cardinals
Ozarks-some mountains in missouri
Dallas- big hair, the cowboys, affordable
N'Awlins-ghetto, cool old houses
Chatanooga-TN...no other thoughts
Everglades-florida, alligators
Cadillac, MI- GM
Sandusky-cedar point
Scranton- SWB and beautiful houses.........
Jersey Shore-bruce springsteen
Myrtle Beach-my uncle's condo
Georgia Dome- domes suck
The Hamptons-kennedy's, beach homes
Cape Cod- same as above
Maine- beautiful, wild and cold
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Old 02-17-2008, 06:42 PM
Location: Yakima, Washington
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Seattle- Space Needle
Bay Area- San Francisco
Los Angeles- Downtown
Death Valley- Barren, Hot Desert
Idaho- Pine trees
Yellowstone- Yellow
Great Salt Lake- Salt Lake City
Colorado River- Brown Water
The Venetian- Las Vegas
Roswell- Aliens
Pikes Peak- Mini Golf Course
Winter Park- Snow (Its in Florida right?)
Cheyenne- A girl
Lincoln- President Lincoln
Mall of America-BIG mall
Sears Tower-...Sears Tower
St. Louis- The Arch
Dallas- Tall Buildings
N'Awlins- Hawk ???
Everglades- Trees and Swamps
Sears Tower- Deja Vu
Cadillac, MI- Big, Fancy cars
Sandusky- Sawdust
Cape Cod- Lobster
Maine- Lobster
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:30 PM
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Pebble Beach--rich people
Bay Area--fun
Los Angeles--traffic
Death Valley--badwater
Idaho--sawtooth mountains
Great Salt Lake--rowboat
Colorado River--grand canyon
Tucson--old people
Pikes Peak--a patriotic song that will go unnamed by me
Winter Park--winter
Black Hills--ponderosa
North Dakota--bison
Lincoln--the nebraska state fair
Des Moines--the iowa capitol building
Mall of America--roller coaster
Sears Tower--walrus (lol)
St. Louis--630 feet (the arch)
N'Awlins--someone pronouncing it as such
Cadillac, MI--cadillacs
Sandusky--cedar point
Scranton--waffle house (lol, not sure why)
Jersey Shore--pennsylvania?
Myrtle Beach--piers
The Hamptons--upper east side
Cape Cod--honky tonk

Most of these are gross stereotypes, and some of them are completely absurd, but whatcha gonna do?
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:44 PM
Location: Chariton, Iowa
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Seattle--Space Needle
Bay Area--Golden Gate, fog
Los Angeles--smog
Death Valley--cactus, bleached skull
Idaho--mountains, potatos
Great Salt Lake--Salt Lake City
Colorado River--Hoover Dam
The Venetian--fake painted sky
Roswell--aliens (is there anything else?)
Pikes Peak--been there
Winter Park--nothing
Black Hills--jewelery
North Dakota--vast emptiness, blizzards
Lincoln--Zoo Bar
Des Moines--two hours away
Mall of America--massive mall
Sears Tower--been there, fear of heights
St. Louis--Gateway Arch
Dallas--tacky soap opera
Everglades--gators, swamp
Scranton--The Office
Jersey Shore--"Jersey Girls ain't trash...trash gets picked up" (T-shirt I saw the other day)
Myrtle Beach--old people
The Hamptons--wealth, power
Cape Cod--lobster, Kennedys
Maine--rocky coasts, spooky forests

Just the top of my head...sorry!
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Old 02-17-2008, 08:33 PM
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Seattle - cloudy
Yosemite - mountains
Pebble Beach - golf
Bay Area - lots of traffic
Los Angeles - movie stars
Death Valley - HOT
Idaho - cold (up north)
Roswell - aliens
Cheyenne - horses
St. Louis - Rams
Dallas - cowboys
Maine - light house
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Old 02-17-2008, 08:53 PM
Location: Southeast Missouri
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Seattle - Coffee shops
Yosemite - natural beauty
Pebble Beach - beaches
Bay Area - San Francisco
Los Angeles - cities
Death Valley - heat
Idaho - potatoes/Napoleon Dynamite
Yellowstone - nature
Great Salt Lake - a big lake
Colorado River - kayaks
Tucson - desert city
Roswell - aliens
Pikes Peak - great views
Cheyenne - cowboys
North Dakota - snow
Tulsa - 19th century
Lincoln - The president
Des Moines - families
Mall of America - a mall
Sears Tower - Chicago
St. Louis - the Cardinals
Ozarks - beautiful
Dallas - Texas, plains
N'Awlins - Mardi Gras
Chatanooga - southern culture
Everglades - alligators
Cadillac, MI - the car
Sandusky - midwest, middle-class families
Scranton - The Office
Jersey Shore - New Jersians (the accent)
Myrtle Beach - warmth, sunshine
Cape Cod - Lobster
Maine - Lobster

Some I left out because I couldn't think of anything.
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Old 02-17-2008, 10:12 PM
Location: moving again
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Seattle - space needle
Yosemite - that one waterfall (idk the name)
Pebble Beach - pebbles? never heard of it
Bay Area - San Francisco
Los Angeles - the skyline
Death Valley - dry
Idaho - mountainous
Yellowstone - geysers
Great Salt Lake - a salty lake
Colorado River - huge gorges
The Venetian - Las vegas
Tucson - boring desert city
Roswell - alien
Pikes Peak - a mountain
Winter Park - a regular park (never heard of it)
Black Hills - south Dakota
Cheyenne - capitol building of Wyoming
North Dakota - Theodore Roosevelt np
Tulsa - the skyline
Lincoln - capitol building of nebraska
Des Moines - the skyline
Mall of America - the roller coasters inside
Sears Tower - the building itself
St. Louis - arch
Ozarks - missouri
Dallas - the skyline
N'Awlins - Drunk partying
Chatanooga - no image
Everglades - alligatos
Sears Tower - look 7 up
Cadillac, MI - never heard of it
Sandusky - not sure
Scranton - the office
Jersey Shore - dirty ocean
Myrtle Beach - crowded beach
Georgia Dome - the Georgia dome
The Hamptons - not sure
Cape Cod - a bay
Maine - scenic, quiet state
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:36 AM
Location: Southeast New Mexico
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Well this one seems fun

Seattle - sea life
Yosemite - mountain ranges
Pebble Beach - Arnold Palmer
Bay Area - sea life
Los Angeles - marmelade
Death Valley - Vietnam
Idaho - growing up there
Yellowstone - Buffaloes
Great Salt Lake - pretzels
Colorado River - grand canyon
The Venetian -
Roswell - The Rib Crib (mmmmmmmmmm)
Pikes Peak - Well now I can only think about the rib crib
Winter Park
Black Hills
North Dakota
Des Moines
Mall of America
Sears Tower - You can get a great combo deal
St. Louis
Ozarks - The ribs are heaven
Sears Tower
Cadillac, MI
Jersey Shore
Myrtle Beach
Georgia Dome
The Hamptons
Cape Cod - Ain't never been, but I'll be there in march
Maine - lobster

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