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Old 11-18-2012, 03:52 PM
 
Location: Lincoln, NE (via SW Virginia)
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Okay, let's try to stop the pointless arguing, this thread is supposed to be for fun. Okay, third set:

Alaska- mountains and cold
Colorado- mountain and beer
Connecticut- good seafood, wealthy people
Hawaii- beaches, flame dancers
Illinois- good pizza, Chicago
Iowa- politics
Massachusetts- the red sox
Missouri- the arch
New Hampshire- foliage
North Dakota- prairies
South Carolina- good food, myrtle beach
Wyoming-cowboys
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:08 PM
 
Location: Long Island, New York
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Alaska- Polar bears and arctic weather
Colorado- Denver and skiing
Connecticut- An unholy mix between New England and New York
Hawaii- Polynesians
Illinois- Chicago
Iowa- Corn
Massachusetts- Sports teams that I hate
Missouri- St. Louis Arch
New Hampshire- Libertarianism
North Dakota- Prairies and plains
South Carolina- The Civil War
Wyoming- Nuclear silos
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:59 PM
 
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Okay, let's try to stop the pointless arguing, this thread is supposed to be for fun. Okay, third set:
Alaska-
Colorado-
Connecticut-
Hawaii-
Illinois-
Iowa-
Massachussetts-
Missouri-
New Hampshire-
North Dakota-
South Carolina-
Wyoming-
Alaska - Moose. Few women. Oil workers. Beautiful wilderness
Colorado - Ski bunnies and yuppies
Connecticut - Bland suburban wasps
Hawaii - Asian-American state, surfing, Don Ho
Illinois - Chicago. Barrack Obama
Iowa - Football, corn fields, and corn holing
Massachussetts - Boston.. Irish, and Poles.
Missouri - Relevant in the civil war, irrelevant now
New Hampshire - Tiny state, progressive NE
North Dakota - Oil boom. bland suburbia.
South Carolina - Woods and Rednecks
Wyoming - bighorn
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:49 PM
 
Location: Lincoln County Road or Armageddon
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Alabama-Chewing tobacco.
Arizona-"Your papers, please".
Arkansas-Sooooeeee!
Florida-Horrible weather.
Indiana-Evangelical Christians (no dancing allowed).
Kentucky-Inbreeding.
Minnesota-Lakes and loons.
Mississippi-More inbreeding.
Nebraska-Plains.
New Mexico-Adobes.
Ohio-Wright brothers.
Oklahoma-Tornadoes.
Tennessee-Pickin' and grinin'
Washington-Mountains and mist.
My thoughts.
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Old 11-19-2012, 07:44 PM
 
Location: St. Louis, MO
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Alabama- Southerners / 'Sweet Home Alabama' song
Arizona- Dry. Heat. Desert. Cactus.
Arkansas Bill Clinton
Florida Disney World
Indiana- Indianapolis Colts
Kentucky- Bluegrass. Accents.
Minnesota- The Mary Tyler Moore Show / Rose Nyland (from the Golden Girls)
Mississippi- Delta. Civil Rights murders. River.
Nebraska- Boredom. Corn.
New Mexico- Roads that seem like they're endless. Indian Reservations. Breaking Bad.
Ohio- The Neil Young song of the same name. Cincinnati.
Oklahoma- The theme song from the Rogers & Hammerstein Musical.
Tennessee- Intoxicated nights in Nashville when I was younger and single. Tattoos. Country Music. Good times.
Washington- Ann Rule books. Seattle. Beauty. Mystique.


As obscure as my answers are, I tried to answer honestly the first things that came to mind upon hearing the state name... no offense was intended to anyone!
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Old 11-19-2012, 07:49 PM
 
Location: St. Louis, MO
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Next Set! (These are fun!)

Alaska- Cold. Snow.
Colorado- Skiing.
Connecticut- Hartford. Christmas in Connecticut (1945 film)
Hawaii- Good times at Dukes in Waikiki.
Illinois- Chicago. East St. Louis. Boring, boring, boring, flat roads and terrain.
Iowa- Farmland. The largest truck stop in the country.
Massachusetts- Boston. Salem Witch Trials. Plymouth Rock.
Missouri- St. Louis!!! Love. <3
New Hampshire- Rocky coastline. Wentworth by the Sea (old hotel I stayed in once). Old Graveyards. Naval Base.
North Dakota- Badlands.
South Carolina- Myrtle Beach. Rebel Flag. Palmetto.
Wyoming- Cheyenne. Cowboys.
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Old 11-19-2012, 07:53 PM
 
Location: St. Louis, MO
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And the last set (or rather the second since I did them out of order!)

Georgia- Peach. Gone With the Wind.
Idaho- Potatoes.
Louisiana- New Orleans. Southern drawls. Bayous.
Maine- Coastline. Sarah, Plain & Tall.
Michigan- Detroit. Upper Peninsular. Great Lakes.
New Jersey- Jersey Accents. New York.
New York- New York City. Manhattan. Subway. Chrysler Building.
Oregon- Portland. Free thinkers.
Pennsylvania- Green. Beautiful. Amish. Philadelphia.
West Virginia- Coal Mines. Highways through the mountains.
Wisconsin- Cheese. Milwaukee. Happy Days.
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:19 AM
 
Location: Nebraska
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Alaska- Fantastic wildlife full of hardy people.
Colorado- Where i grew up. Great state if Boulder & CU would disappear.
Connecticut- Corrupt highway patrol.
Hawaii- Never been but I wanna go.
Illinois- Gangsters and crooked politicians. Great people when you aren't close to Chicago.
Iowa- Music Man
Massachusetts- Full of ignorant educated idiots.
Missouri- Great scenery and Branson.
New Hampshire- Great State motto.
North Dakota- Cold and ducks by the millions
South Carolina- Paula Dean ( or is that NC?).
Wyoming- Windy and diverse scenery. Tetons.

GL2
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:53 AM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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Alaska- Fantastic wildlife full of hardy people.
Colorado- Where i grew up. Great state if Boulder & CU would disappear.
Connecticut- Corrupt highway patrol.
Hawaii- Never been but I wanna go.
Illinois- Gangsters and crooked politicians. Great people when you aren't close to Chicago.
Iowa- Music Man
Massachusetts- Full of ignorant educated idiots.
Missouri- Great scenery and Branson.
New Hampshire- Great State motto.
North Dakota- Cold and ducks by the millions
South Carolina- Paula Dean ( or is that NC?).
Wyoming- Windy and diverse scenery. Tetons.

GL2
Lol totally agree. The land of illness and corruption never ceases to hurt itself more and more. Illinois loss is indiana's gain 3000+ jobs later that relocated to indiana after the tax hike and they are still hiking taxes. As I love to say corruption has a price.
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:33 PM
 
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Alabama- Racism
Arizona- Scorpions
Arkansas- Hillbillies
Florida- Old people
Indiana- Hicks
Kentucky- Trailer Parks
Minnesota- Frozen Ponds
Mississippi- Fat people
Nebraska- Rolling plains
New Mexico- Aliens
Ohio- Cops everywhere
Oklahoma- People eating at McDonalds
Tennessee- Al Gore
Washington- Brainy people
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