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View Poll Results: Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
Pittsburgh 45 61.64%
Kansas City 28 38.36%
Voters: 73. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-21-2013, 03:30 PM
 
Location: Greeley, CO
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I thought conservatives bated the ACLU and you can find lawsuits against every police force in this country. What's your point? You can find stuff like this against any city. Take your mere and buy your 40 acres already.
Sucks when the evidence is so strong doesn't it?
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Old 05-21-2013, 03:37 PM
 
Location: Greeley, CO
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I'll let you children masturbate all over yourselves over what a wonderful place Pittsburgh is to live in and I'll enjoy my home and never look back. I have to understand some people just dont know any better so they wake up in that political sewer and think they smell roses.

Enjoy... And keep voting Democrat, eventually a democrat will do something different than democrats do and it'll get fixed. (or so you think)

See ya...
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:25 PM
 
Location: Tippecanoe County, Indiana
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I'll let you children masturbate all over yourselves over what a wonderful place Pittsburgh is to live in and I'll enjoy my home and never look back. I have to understand some people just dont know any better so they wake up in that political sewer and think they smell roses.

Enjoy... And keep voting Democrat, eventually a democrat will do something different than democrats do and it'll get fixed. (or so you think)

See ya...
The Front Range will face increasing water shortages over the next decade or two thanks to out of control population growth and wasteful policies regarding water use in many different categories. I much prefer to stay in the eastern half of the country with a nice lush green landscape, plenty of water, and a tolerable sun angle.
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:45 PM
 
Location: Foot of the Rockies
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The Front Range will face increasing water shortages over the next decade or two thanks to out of control population growth and wasteful policies regarding water use in many different categories. I much prefer to stay in the eastern half of the country with a nice lush green landscape, plenty of water, and a tolerable sun angle.
Got that crystal ball working, eh?

Out of control population growth and wasteful policies my foot.
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Old 05-22-2013, 04:43 AM
 
Location: The canyon (with my pistols and knife)
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This is what a blue sky looks like since you obviously don't know:







These three pictures have on thing in common, they're all Colorado Blue sky sunshine shots.
So since you're such an expert on the color blue, please tell me; does this picture feature a blue sky?



How about this one?



Or this one?



You tell me.

By the way, it seems to me like you're quite high-maintenance when it comes to the weather.



Normal people would consider this to be a beautiful day, but you'd be crying a fourth river about the cumulus clouds and haze.
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Old 05-22-2013, 07:22 AM
 
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I'll let you children masturbate all over yourselves over what a wonderful place Pittsburgh is to live in and I'll enjoy my home and never look back. I have to understand some people just dont know any better so they wake up in that political sewer and think they smell roses.

Enjoy... And keep voting Democrat, eventually a democrat will do something different than democrats do and it'll get fixed. (or so you think)

See ya...
Dude, your ramblings are so ridiculous. You are comparing a small cow town in Colorado to an old once industrial city that is reinventing itself in the last 20 years. Then you throw some stupid asinine political argument into it trying to prove something but just make yourself look like an uneducated imbecile. If we are going to compare then compare apples to apples first before injecting some stupid dimwit ramblings about political crap that happens in every big city. Oh, I know you live in Greeley now where everybody is white, a cowboy or an extreme suburbanite from Denver. Just stop before it gets worse. I lived in Colorado myself too. I lived in many areas throughout the country, but I have a IQ where I don't compare things on such a stupid basis.

But anyways, I will get back to masturbating all over myself. Sounds kinky.
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Old 05-22-2013, 09:38 AM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Sucks when the evidence is so strong doesn't it?
No it isn't. Ive seen some nutty people on here but you are the icing on the cake. You have some issues.
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Old 05-22-2013, 10:04 AM
 
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No it isn't. Ive seen some nutty people on here but you are the icing on the cake. You have some issues.
When I lived in Colorado there were a ton of people out there like this guy who were from Pittsburgh. I ran into them all the time. Majority of the time was when I went to a "Steeler Bar" on Sundays. They attract yinzers who left when the steel industry was collapsing and they went searching for greener pastures. A lot of them are the old school yinzers; poorly educated and they go get drunk on Sunday waving some yellow towel at their local bar re-enforcing the stereotype that Pittsburghers are all drunk hicks. They all rant and rave about how much Colorado is better than the hell hole they came from. They blabber about sunshine on a consistent basis, and they loathe the built urban environment they came from back east, but yet they always root for the Steelers........ They haven't been back to Pittsburgh anytime recent, and are not part of the major change this city has seen in the last 20 years. If anything they help press the old stereotypes of Pittsburgh and yinzers thousands of miles away to people in other cities.

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Old 05-22-2013, 05:44 PM
 
Location: Tippecanoe County, Indiana
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Got that crystal ball working, eh?

Out of control population growth and wasteful policies my foot.
Where is all the water coming from in Denver, other than a continuation of expensive diversion projects and buying up all adjacent rural water rights to many properties to retain the adequate supply they have now? Population growth and poor management of water is a big problem in Denver, particularly landscaping with bluegrass lawns- an issue only now being further addressed at a larger scale level.
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Old 05-22-2013, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Foot of the Rockies
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Where is all the water coming from in Denver, other than a continuation of expensive diversion projects and buying up all adjacent rural water rights to many properties to retain the adequate supply they have now? Population growth and poor management of water is a big problem in Denver, particularly landscaping with bluegrass lawns- an issue only now being further addressed at a larger scale level.
I am way too tired to discuss water issues right not, but I'd like to ask you, what do you propose to do? Do you, like some of the "natives" want to keep people out? When did you live in Denver that you know so much about it? What do you know about landscaping here?
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