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Old 04-10-2009, 02:35 PM
Location: Atlanta
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Remember. These are just the first things that pop into my mind when I think about these towns.

Atlanta- Boom town, Black prosperity, Changing fast, Trees
Austin- College town, Party town, Decent downtown for it's size
Baltimore-The Wire, Choclate City, The Harbor, Crime
Boston- Harvard-MIT, Old colonial town, rich intellectual liberals, rough rowdy southies
Chicago-Skyscrapers, 2nd City (not anymore I know) Stockyards-Steel Mills (No more I know) Oprah
Cleveland-Big Industrial town, Machine tools, pretty girls (strange sure but I knew a lot of pretty girls from Cleveland going to college in Ohio)
Columbus-Much bigger than you expect, Ohio State, Clean
Dallas-Big,twin cities, Larry Hagman (Jr.)
Denver- A mile high, Mountains, vibrant downtown, tech city
Detroit-Cars, ghetto, Motown, abandoned factories, failing car industry
Honululu- Vacationers, Surfers, Houla dancers, Pearl Harbor
Houston-Big town, Oil, Katrina refugees, the ghetto boys
Indianapolis-The dome
Jacksonville-The river front, bridges, Jacksonville beach
Kansas City-Blues, Barbque, twin cities
Las Vegas-the strip, desert, boom town
Long Beach- Snoop Dog, Douglas Aircraft
Los Angeles-Freeways, Hollywood, High cost of living, Diversity
Memphis-Elvis, Mississippi, Blues, Barbque, Beale Street, Crime
Miami-Humidity, Scarface, Condos,Dog races, cubans, the Mob
Milwaukee-beer, Happy Days
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Metrodome, Mall of America, Prince
New Orleans-Mardi gras bourbon street, aftermath of katrina
New York City-High density, Skyscrapers, Wall Street, Fashion, Music
Colorado Springs-Air Force Academy
Oakland-Too Short, Crime, Ghetto mentality, the bridge
Oklahoma City-the bombing, tornados
Philadelphia-Rocky, Raggedy row houses, Fat Albert
Phoenix-desert, Retirees
Portland-Planned growth, Green, Grunge type
St. Louis- The arch, East st louis crime and grunge
San Antonio-The Alamo, Riverwalk
San Diego-Nice weather, neat, growth, pretty, military bases, boring
San Francisco-The Bridges and the Bay, high density, Semi European style
Seattle-Rain, starbucks, Urban center green suburbs
DC-Government, ghettos,
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Old 04-10-2009, 03:14 PM
Location: Minneapolis
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Originally Posted by Rachael84 View Post
Why do you always mention your age in a lot of your posts? I just don't see the point, lol. You're not the youngest person on c-d.
Could have fooled me. Its prob cause I'm 16 and don't know any better.
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Old 04-10-2009, 04:05 PM
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Atlanta- Coke, CDC, Peach Tree St., largest city in Dixie
Austin- UT, Capital of TX, 6th St., Dell
Baltimore- Johns Hopkins, the harbor
Boston- history, Paul Reverie, universities, Pilgrims
Chicago- skyscrapers, Lake Michigan, largest city in the midwest, cold
Cleveland- Lake Erie lake effect snow
Columbus- Capital of Ohio
Dallas- The Metroplex, Ft Worth, Dallas Cowboys, endless suburbs
Denver- Rocky Mountains in distance, snow
Detroit- Auto industry, Motown sound
Honolulu- beaches, great weather
Houston- NASA, oil, largest city in TX.
Indianapolis- Capital of IN., hoosiers
Jacksonville- one of the largest cities land wise, end of IH 10
Kansas City- The Plaza, fountains, BBQ, is in MO. and KS.
Las Vegas- gambling, 24 hour city, hot
Long Beach- near LA, shipping
Los Angeles- movie stars, Hollywood/Beverly Hills, great weather, gangs
Memphis- Blues, on the Mississippi, Graceland
Miami- beaches, condos, hurricanes
Milwaukee- largest city in WI., cold
Minneapolis/St Paul- twin cities, cold, skywalks, largest metro n/midwest
New Orleans- Cajun food, The Big Easy, Katrina
New York- skyscrapers, Statue of Liberty, Wall St/Broadway, Manhattan
Colorado Springs- near Denver, Air Force Academy
Oakland- near San Francisco, Oakland/SF Bridge, gangs
Oklahoma City- Capital of OK. and largest city, Murrah Bldg.
Philadelphia- history, the bell their city hall bldg., Ben Franklin
Phoenix- largest city in AZ., valley of the sun, hot
Portland- largest city in OR., green
St. Louis- the gateway to the west arch, Budweiser
San Antonio- home
San Diego- great weather, on the border of MX., the zoo, sailors
San Francisco- the hills, Victorian Houses, the pier, Golden Gate Bridge
Seattle- the Space Nettle, coffee, rain
DC- the monuments, White House, marches, our nation's capital
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:24 PM
Location: Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
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Why do people think Dallas have cowboys????????Dallas is a city not the country!I see no cowboys.
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:31 PM
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Originally Posted by ladarron View Post
Why do people think Dallas have cowboys????????Dallas is a city not the country!I see no cowboys.
Just a guess.... the football team?

Memphis is not country, either....

I live in Kansas City, and still don't understand what they're talking about with the "twin cities" thing... There's only one KC. The "KC" in Kansas is just a suburb. Sort of. Kansas City, KS certainly not KCMO's St. Paul.
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