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View Poll Results: Which state is Japan 2.0?
Georgia 6 42.86%
Florida 8 57.14%
Voters: 14. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 08-18-2022, 05:41 AM
 
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I agree Florida is rather rude and the customer service leaves alot to be desired. Florida always has its hand out for money from tourist as well as residents. Yet it puts absolutely no effort into its quality of life or a feeling of sense of place. It is all about what can people do for Florida, with both its shady Government and far to many businesses.

Japan is polite for the most part, but all places have some type of issues. You can't escape it in today's world.
It depends on what part of FL. The further south you go it seems to get more rude. Jacksonville otoh seems to be friendly and chill for the most part.
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Old 08-18-2022, 06:48 PM
 
Location: Greater Orlampa CSA
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I’d probably go with Georgia between the two vastly different places.
Georgia has more topography variance overall compared to Florida, making it more similar to Japan in that regard.

Also, structurally, that Atlanta is in a parallel like Tokyo (though less dense than Miami, because it is a business center for the south, and is the administrative capital of its area as well). On a heritage sense? Kyoto could probably relate to Savannah a bit, only insomuch as both are known for their relationships (albeit different ones) with water, and with historical/heritage and tourism.
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