Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Perfection, Jul 28, 2009.
OOOOklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin' down the pla--zzzzzzzzz
North Dakota without question
I have to say Kansas, their city (Kansas City) isn't even in their state.
I've gotta go with Indianna. I've been to Indianappolis and Fort Wayne, both of which suck as far as cities go. The rest of it is just corn, plus a Bible factory I once volunteered at. I was tempted to go with Ohio, but after realizing that I have very little experience with the northern half. Down here (by which I mean the specific region of Ohio where I've always lived), all we have are Casano's and the Air Force Museum. If you go a little bit further south, you'll find the Kentucky border. Now that I think about it, I should have voted Kentucky.
They do have a city called "Kansas City", but it isn't the Kansas City people talk about, I mean the major city known as "Kansas City".
Of the few on the list that I have been to, Kansas is by far the most boring.
You don't have Casinos. Casinos are illegal in Ohio.
Just stop talking. You're embarrassing yourself.
KC straddles the state line and its actually a massive metropolis like coastal SoCal on a smaller scale with most of the recent growth on the Kansas side of the line, Overland Park, Olathe, etc.
I'd think Delaware would at least have the Bay and Atlantic Ocean going for it
Where is Minnesota?
Probably referring about riverboat casinos on the Ohio River.
Why is Delaware on there twice?
I voted for Nebraska, though I could have gone with North Dakota just as easily.
Delaware has DuPont and Joe Biden, the two largest explosives makers on the east coast.
Yeah, but they're like, you know, boats. So what if they're permanently docked and there's a line painted on the floor marking where the river starts?
Cincinnati is an awesome city. Favourite city I ever lived in. It's a huge shame about the population.
Outside of Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio is pretty, well, dreadful. Okay, add Athens to the cool list.
from my experience kansas.........it's like, there's a cornfield, wait isn't that a cornfield? oh yea.......wait this is all cornfields...HOLY CRAP A BARN!!!!!!!!!!!!! wait that was just a tall corn plant.....
Ohio is most deserving of my vote, since it's the most boring place I've actually been to.
Not that I was there for a long time, but it certainly felt like forever.
Akron-Canton airport for a plane switch; I was there for a few hours, since for some bizarre reason I couldn't get a direct flight from Atlanta to Boston and I couldn't even get a plane that stopped at an airport in a city of any kind. They had two restaurants inside the secure area: one was closed, the other was an Arby's. Oh, and there was a
snack bar," which was essentially a gas station store. They sold beer, but you couldn't leave the "snack bar" with it.
Easily the most boring airport I've ever been to... but I don't really consider flight changes as "being" somewhere, so on a list of states I've been to, I don't include Ohio, Missouri, Kentucky, or Texas.
This poll inspired me to look at the different state flags, and can someone tell me why Georgia has changed flags so much.
by the way I love this state flag from California
Several years back, a lot of people complained that the Cross of Dixie was on the flag. So a new flag was chosen, which was probably made to be deliberately ugly so that the old one would come back. There was a statewide vote as to what the new flag would be, but the old "Cross of Dixie" flag wasn't on the ballot; it'd be rather embarrassing to have that win after the whole mess about changing the flag.
So it got replaced... with the Stars and Bars, which would be far, far, far more embarrassing except Yankees don't generally know what it is.
I dont think we are talking about the same thing.
If you go down to the "previous flags" chapter Georgia has had 7 flags through its history, the years are beneath the flags.
No problem Fifty I'll do just that hears a couple of things of the top of my head
1.Maryland had it's own (small) colonial empire
2.Maryland was the only colony to declare war on an other colony(Pennsylvania)
3.the last battle in the English civil war was fought in Maryland
4.Maryland was the only state to get its own service medal in WW1
5.It's the home of Johns Hopkins University
6.GPS was invented in Maryland
7.Have you ever heard of this game called "CIVILIZATION"? That's made and developed hear also.
Your dad is a GOD among 49ers
Washington used to be a part of it to.
Cheezy get your hangin rope there be some lynchin goin on ta night
Ironically by being a Northern Virginian you have more in common with us than you do with people from the southern half of your state.
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