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Old 05-26-2006, 02:37 PM   #11
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ive lived on vandenberg afb, calif. tucson az. and in southern new mexico for the better part of my life. i love the desert and wouldnt trade it for nothing (its about 100 degrees out right now). however i went to college in albuquerque. that has to be the worst, cause it its WAY too cold that far up north, in the wintertime.

(4 summers in pittsburgh and 2 in colorado springs were awesome though)
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Old 05-26-2006, 02:39 PM   #12
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I love history, enjoy fishing from time to time but not much of a hunter. Would enjoy visiting the town of Deadwood though.
Only a few more weeks till the new season....I love the promos for it they show before the Sopranos.
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Old 05-26-2006, 02:55 PM   #13
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Only a few more weeks till the new season....I love the promos for it they show before the Sopranos.
Yeah I'm pretty pumped for the new season. Swearengen is the man.

Another show I enjoyed watching on HBO is "Carnivale". The first time I watched it I wasn't all that crazy about it and then I got sucked in. I'm hoping they do another season.
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Old 05-26-2006, 05:51 PM   #14
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Worst place ever was South Bend, IN, when I worked for Bendix in the late '70s. Flat and unimaginative.

Now I live in the Poconos, and it is a lot like Pittsburgh-East. Nice place. Too far to drive to a game, though.


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Old 05-26-2006, 06:06 PM   #15
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can you guess? Florence,SC!!!!!!
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Old 05-26-2006, 06:58 PM   #16
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whicita falls, tx.........tx in generall has to be the shitty place ever. I grew up in Tucson, AZ and I love it....im in vegas now......it was fun for about 5 months but it sucks now. No vegitation like in Tucson. any one from the northwest???? im thinking about moving soon.
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Yeah...if you were into the outdoors (hunting/fishing, etc.) or into history that would be a great place to live...been through there, beautiful country.
But I have nothing against a little history. Considering I have gotten A's each marking period this year. My Old man was a historian. Just it's amazing how kids can get into the casinos that have restaraunts connected. I can remember I was on vacation and I ate at restaraunt that had a casino it. Pretty much part of the modern day Vegas.
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I've always lived in Pittsburgh, but one place I would not live in is California.
I spent what I call 6 years of purgatory in the Bay Area, Calif. Fairfield & Vacaville, near Travis Air Force Base. I moved out there cuz it seemed like a good idea at the time, my Mom was there..
Don't get me wrong, it's a beautiful state, but I couldn't deal with the anal attitude out there. Not to mention that real estate is just unbelieveable. Average working people really have to struggle to make it. I refuse to pay 200, ooo dollars for a starter home in some crappy neighborhood with bars on the windows. I had a new Ford ranger out there that cost 300. something dollars to register. They don't have inspections out there, you take your car in to get "smogged', an emission test, & it has to pass before you can register or sell an older car.
For a state full of anal people that freak out over everything being so sanitary, they have the dirtiest highways I've ever seen, except for the New york City area, the pigs just throw their garbage anywhere they please.
We hiked in one of the less famous Redwood areas outside of San Francisco & you could see where people had used the hollowed out trees as a latrine, they just left the toilet paper wads there. Just a bunch of whining hypocrites as far as the environment is concerned. Another time, during a pot luck lunch where I worked, I overheard someone complain that one of the co-workers who was helping serve the food actually...GASP..touched her hair!!
They friggin just made me sick, I literally went for broke to get the hell out of that state, I couldn't take it anymore.
East Coast rules, baby. I'll never go back there, unless it's to a funeral.
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I knew Florence,SC would be bad when people talked about how pretty the cotton fields were.
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I knew Florence,SC would be bad when people talked about how pretty the cotton fields were.
There's a cotton field outside the window above my computer. No cotton right now though, just dirt.
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