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Old 07-18-2013, 02:49 PM
 
Location: Austin, Texas
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Originally Posted by 355spider View Post
Speaking as a person who grew up in Houston I can say it is no less liberal than Austin. Just due to population volume it has a far bigger gay scene, club scene, arts scene, underground scene, etc.. Austin wears all this a badge of pride. It's just part of life in Houston. It's a true world melting pot and a true metropolitan city. I always say Houstonians are not Texans.
Lol, Houstonians are most definitely Texans. Are Angelenos not Californians?

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