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Old 06-27-2009, 01:33 AM
Location: Atlanta, GA
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tampa, Fl

3.Sports Teams
4.Low cost of living
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Old 06-27-2009, 02:01 AM
Location: In the heights
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Just for tonight in brooklyn

an easy walk to bars and restaurants
last call at 4 am
a huge selection from all over the world which means czech, german, and poland tonight
friends from all over the world: lima, paris, sao paolo, beijing
incendiarly hot girls who can hold their own in conversation and look gorgeous
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Old 06-27-2009, 02:03 AM
Location: In the heights
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Originally Posted by Rachael84 View Post
I don't care for Florida. I don't hate it. I was just commenting to someone who said the law enforcement is so good in Ft.Myers, when in fact it's one of the most dangerous smaller cities. I posted what I love about NYC too. What's so negative about that? And I think my mom's post was meant to be sort of a joke, calm down.
negative is negative. try to figure out a way to talk about nyc without denigrating other places.
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Old 06-27-2009, 03:03 AM
Location: Daytona Beach, Florida
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Thumbs up Daytona Beach Rules!

  • Year-round climate
  • Amazing Beaches
  • 8 different historic "Main Street" Villages
  • National Historic Districts/Architectural Charm and Ancient Historic Tree Canopy
  • Halifax River (intracoastal) vistas/downtown Riverfront Park
  • Excellent bicycling/boating/fishing/marinas
  • Proximity to springs, state/national parks, universities, theme parks and other major/minor cities (including Charleston, Savannah)
  • Airport/Amtrak/Hotels/Restaurants/Shopping/Nightlife
  • NASCAR/NASCAR History, Bike Weeks/Motorcycle Racing History, Spring Break
  • Major Art/Music/Ethnic Festivals/Proposed Arts District Neighborhood (2010)
  • Downtown Farmer's Market
  • Downtown Regional Library (Excellent)
  • Daytona Cubs Baseball (Chicago)
  • Cost of Living
  • Low crime
  • Low traffic congestion/concentrated services without driving distances
  • Diverse cultural/racial population
  • Singles 25-55

Last edited by daytonadewd; 06-27-2009 at 03:35 AM.. Reason: added info.
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Old 06-27-2009, 08:04 AM
Location: Youngstown, Oh.
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Well, if we're going to post more than 5, there are some I want to add for Youngstown.

6. Great food! (and not just Italian)
7. The cookie table. (makes wedding receptions worth attending ) i will shout youngstown: the cookie table: a youngstown tradition
8. Centrally located with easy access to many cities. In a little over an hour, one can drive to: Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Akron, and Canton.
9. Drive an hour north, and you hit the beach. Drive an hour south, and you reach the scenic beauty of Appalachia.
10. The weather. We don't really have any extremes, and the bad weather makes the good weather seem that much more beautiful.

Some of these, - especially food - should have been in my first 5, but they slipped my mind when making that list.
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:37 PM
Location: East Texas
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Great posts everyone

This is my list of the other places I have lived & know about

1. Great skyline
2. International Airport
3. 2 Malls one with a Ice rink Odessa
4. Great Museums, Theater
5. almost all the city is brick houses

1. Underwoods cafe. Great food, Pie & rolls
2. Heartland Mall which is a great Mall for a city of 20,000
3. Brownwood Lake is very nice
4. Downtown Colisseum & little skyline
5. Great Texas Football with the Brownwood Lions

Mineral Wells,TX
1. The Welcome sign on Welcome mountain that inspired the Hollywood sign
2. Baker Hotel: 14 stories, it has had the 3 stoges, bonnie & Clyde, Bob hope & Bing Crosby, Judy Garland & more, it is abandoned now & cost more then it cost a rocket to be launched into space
3. Close to the Metroplex
4. Beautiful mountains & great scenery
5. Possum Kingdom Lake, one of the favorite lakes in Texas, Palo Pinto lake which is surrounded by mountains & Lake Mineral Wells state park which is known for it's rock climbing

1. Great skyline day & night
2. Cowboys, Mavericks & Rangers
3. Six Flags in Arlington
4. Great museums & music venues
5. Dart light-rail & DFW Airport

1. Tall skyline
2. Biggest Hospital complex in the world
3. One of the biggest museum districts
4. One of the biggest Theater districts

1. Capital
2. Very cool skyline
3. Music venues
4. Metroparks are very nice
5. Central location
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Old 07-01-2009, 10:22 PM
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
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1. The history.
2. The architecture.
3. The culture is big for a city of its size.
4. The parks.
5. The T.
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Old 07-02-2009, 10:12 AM
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The Abundance of Parks
The Metro
The Mall, Monuments and Museums
Rowhome Architecture
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:32 PM
Location: Victoria TX
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Victoria, Texas

1. Big enough that you never have to go out of town for anything.
2. Small enough that you can get there in a few minutes.
3. Baseball---good college team, and a summer collegiate league team.
4. Never snows.
5. Proud Hispanics who love to speak English.

6. Lots of trains whistling at the crossings.
7. More than 100 miles from Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Corpus Christi.
8. Very low cost of living.
9. Walker-friendly and good local busses.
10. Close to Mexico.

Last edited by jtur88; 07-02-2009 at 09:50 PM..
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Old 07-03-2009, 03:41 PM
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I live in kuwait . the 5 or i think it`s more than five because it is the country which all the countries call it the Pearl of the Gulf .
1- the kindness of her people
2- the comunity help their each other even if their have any problems. why? because they depend on the Holy Koran and the Koran urges that
3- helps all kind of people with out looking to their religion or color or how he looks {it is never has matter in my country }
4- ATD
5- Friendship and fraternity among parents

Thats my country maybe i did not but more details to read more because there is limited just 5
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