Discussion in 'U.S.A.' started by maryjanegirl_2005, Apr 27, 2007.
A good place to ask: "What's the nicest place to land there?" Haha. Hoping something warm and soft.
Hard Hittin' New Britain, CT, just southwest of Hartford. Home of the Stanley Works (the tool people) and the Rock Cats, the AA-Eastern League affiliate of the Minnesota Twins.
DSOTM, in Seatle there were many a great bands during the 90's, be proud. Though of world I think that Canada, Japan or Ireland would be nice to live in.
Really? That doesn't seem like an area where I would expect something like that, although I guess anywhere could have a spot like it. As in the close-minded racist yuppies that is, not the beautiful environment.
and I'm in New Jersey right now, I've lived here for a good 6 or 7 years. It's pretty cool living on one of the barrier islands too, in the summer it's packed, but in the winter there's a good 200 people living in this 3-mile stretch, which is chill if you're not a people person.
Before this I lived in Abington, Pa, which is basically a pretty nice suburb of Philidelphia, and it was...ahhhhhhhh. I just kinda miss having grass I guess, the salt air's still not my thing.
On hell's hill in P.C. Alabama...... small town nothing much here..... but hey it's home...
I'm about 35 miles northeast of Des Moines, IA. I lived in Des Moines, for 15 years, before moving here, two months ago. Before that I was in Omaha and southwest Iowa.
good ol wilmington, norf cakalacky
Actually after watchin' some ww2 action (from film ofcourse), should all of us try stay in touch in case of war? Residual phukbiddies in war?
redneckville, WV ... AKA a place with lovely rolling hills but with abundant amounts of rednecks and racists, but there are a growing number of good people coming in ~~~
Fort Collins Colorado
I lay my hat down in So. California, it's crowded, it's crazy, the people can be bitchy, uppity, happy, sad, there are so many people here, there is no more room. I stay in my back yard, and spend time at the Colorado river when I can. My back yard is great, I am working on a toperary garden, lots of animals I will soon have a plant zoo, and soon it veggie planting time. That's where I hang my hat.
oh noes. am i the solo utahn?
Texas down the street from NASA.
A few miles north of Detroit.
Near Wheeling West Virginia.
The second highest earning county in the United States. A land of snobs and yuppys.
Currently in Omaha Nebraska, hoping to get out of here soon though
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