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    I just want to know about your town and people from your town. Is it fun? boring? busy? serene? Any famous people from your town? Who has ties to your town? How's the sports scene? the girls?



  • #2
    averaged sized city that tries to act like a large city. It's all right, nothing amazingly special though. Girls are all right, no major sports teams, and I'm pretty sure Todd Bertuzzi or Randy Carlyle are the most famous people to come from my town.

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    • #3
      big city, lots of suburbs, lots of **** to do, hot women, tons of famous people live here, only 1 major championship :(

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      • #4
        Baton Rouge, LA. Very boring outside of LSU football. Above average sized town, we exploded in population after Hurricane Katrina. Several sports stars from the city but no one famous outside of that.

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        • #5
          I got Bam Margera in my town.

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          • #6
            It depends who you know really. If you're random or just visiting then you won't have a good time. Mostly house parties with a bunch of people I've known for a little. There are different groups of girls. All judgemental and conceited, some hot, most not. Sports are dominated with Philadelphia fans with a sprinkle of randoms and side of NY. Oral Hersheiser went to the same middle school as me. Billy Rowell (7th ranked prospect in Orioles system) went to a rival HS of mine. Bobby Ryan of the Ducks grew up in my town.

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            • #7
              Chino Hills, CA

              THE stereotype for a Southern California suburb. The adults are snobbish, think their kids are the greatest thing to walk the face of the earth, and everybody is way too into everyone else's business.

              The kids on the other hand, play their parents for fools, ***** about how there is nothing to do, and ingest copious amounts of narcotics and alcohol. Everyone knows everyone and everyone has ****** everyone. The girls are pretty much all boppers who have been princessed by their parents. The boys all think they're a lot tougher than they really are when most have never even been in a fight.

              But hey, they built like 20 new restaurant/bar combos, so if you're over 21, there's always a place to go to get drunk with your friends.

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              • #8
                Big City, tons of people, you can't be bored because there is always things going on, one of the best music city in the country IMO.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                  Chino Hills, CA

                  THE stereotype for a Southern California suburb. The adults are snobbish, think their kids are the greatest thing to walk the face of the earth, and everybody is way too into everyone else's business.

                  The kids on the other hand, play their parents for fools, ***** about how there is nothing to do, and ingest copious amounts of narcotics and alcohol. Everyone knows everyone and everyone has ****** everyone. The girls are pretty much all boppers who have been princessed by their parents. The boys all think they're a lot tougher than they really are when most have never even been in a fight.

                  But hey, they built like 20 new restaurant/bar combos, so if you're over 21, there's always a place to go to get drunk with your friends.
                  Sign me up. I'm visiting this place.

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                  • #10
                    The city of Green Bay is pretty boring outside of the Packers. Now I'm sure my view will change once I turn 21 in March, but it's a plain place. For entertainment there's the UWGB basketball and Gamblers' hockey in the winter and over the spring/summer there's the A2 Blizzard and Northwoods League Bullfrogs. The area isn't too strong as far as high school sports go; competitive but no big time prospects. Bay Park Square and the surrounding area on Onieda and Pilgrim Way provide people with all their shopping necessities. The bay is nice for water fun but that's only three months out of the year and Bay Beach, an amusement park, is fun when you're little but serves little purpose when you grow up. There's plenty of bars so, like I said before, it'll be better when I turn 21 and can drink away my Packers' blues at the bar.

                    The downtown area sucks too


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                    • #11
                      A decent sized city. Best known for a couple of sensational murder-mysteries.
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                      • #12
                        Vallejo. pretty much known for mac dre, E40, CC, and jahvid.
                        its fun at night as long as you travel through the right neighborhoods, never the crest, learned that the hard way.
                        our sports scene is pretty solid, since a lot of hoop talent flows through the area and the football talent is usually solid.
                        our girls are all rippers and very unsafe, (think ron mexico) but we know how to ******* party.
                        overall, solid place to live.

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                        • #13
                          Call me a homer but I love my hometown, Buffalo. A mid sized city with midwest speed and a northeast location, filled with happy residents, rich history, and fantastic food. Large enough of a market to host 2 major league sport franchises. Close proximity to many a place and right across the border from Canada. And they don't call it the City of Good Neighbors for nothing



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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by StackJaxx View Post
                            Vallejo. pretty much known for mac dre, E40, CC, and jahvid.
                            its fun at night as long as you travel through the right neighborhoods, never the crest, learned that the hard way.
                            our sports scene is pretty solid, since a lot of hoop talent flows through the area and the football talent is usually solid.
                            our girls are all rippers and very unsafe, (think ron mexico) but we know how to ******* party.
                            overall, solid place to live.
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                            • #15
                              Brisbane - Small city, not a lot to do except get drunk, the good thing though, it's relatively open every where else, great beaches about 45 minutes away, hot women and low crime rate.

                              No one famous you'd know of unless you follow cricket, soccer, rugby union or league, home town has the most successful rugby league franchise in the history of the league so they're good to go watch.

                              Not a lot else really, not a very touristy place but very close to some fun places in itself.

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