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les_paul  
8 Jul 2008 18:54 | Quote
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We all know the country but what is the name of the town you live in? Some of us may be closer than you think.

I live in Morehead Kentucky, It's a small town about sixty miles east of Lexington.

( If you are into collage sports Lexington is the home of the Kentucky Wildcats. )
CaseyJones  
8 Jul 2008 19:04 | Quote
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Cayce/West Columbia - South Carolina
GuitarBoy666  
8 Jul 2008 19:12 | Quote
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Cape Breton, Nova Scotia (:
It's a beautiful place here.
les_paul  
8 Jul 2008 19:21 | Quote
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I worked with a guy from Nova Scotia. He always talked about going out Whale watching or going out on lobster boats one or the other I can't remember it has been years ago.
telecrater  
8 Jul 2008 19:25 | Quote
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I recently immigrated to Texas
Crunch  
8 Jul 2008 19:31 | Quote
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I'm "from" Des Moines, Iowa. However, I live in West Bend, IA-a small town about 40 miles from the border with Minnesota. I will be leaving to attend university at The University of Iowa or Iowa State (which doesn't really matter, study abroad for the win!). From what I've seen, there are a lot of people here from Iowa.
goatrider  
8 Jul 2008 19:56 | Quote
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I'm from Fort Smith Arkansas, in the west/northwest corner. originally from kansas city missouri.
EMB5490  
8 Jul 2008 20:05 | Quote
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born in ny city, live on long island, nassau county, im like 40 mins from queens and an hour from the city, aany 1 hear of great neck? how bout the hamptons? famous ppl like there, i live in the middle of those 2 places in a big town. however i want to live in the south, everything is fresher, purer, the air is better, i love the outdoors, im gona buy a place somewhere in the south.
J.M.P.A.  
8 Jul 2008 20:35 | Quote
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I am from Puerto Rico
telecrater  
8 Jul 2008 20:38 | Quote
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Yeah there are several people form Iowa, I being a former Iowan (and Proud to be a Texan now)
GRX40  
8 Jul 2008 20:41 | Quote
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St. Louis, Missouri

Crunch  
8 Jul 2008 20:48 | Quote
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I'm not sure if I'm correct, but it seems that you might not have liked Iowa too much, tele. I'm not enjoying living here very much anyway. Once I've finished my education I intend to move to Paris. How well that plan will hold up, I don't know.

Regardless of where I go, I absolutely need to get out of here, I feel like of suffocating. I've actually had lots of people tell me that I should get out, and not necessarily people I would expect it from. In example, my friend's aunt just randomly told me that I should move to Seattle because I'm too much of a "free spirit" to be here. Which I replied to with "thanks?"
jasonmac  
8 Jul 2008 20:58 | Quote
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GB lives at the greatest place on Earth. Hell he lives in the greastest county or whatever you would call it.
GuitarBoy666  
8 Jul 2008 21:14 | Quote
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I wouldn't mind moving to Toronto or New York though, some day.
I think it'd be cool.
foogered  
8 Jul 2008 21:18 | Quote
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I'm from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Represent!
EMB5490  
8 Jul 2008 21:20 | Quote
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GuitarBoy666 says:
I wouldn't mind moving to Toronto or New York though, some day.


ahh new york, b-e-a-utiful, i always love the smell of millions of taxi cabs and people, the noise of construction and ppl farting lol, the beautiful black grass/fake grass, the open feilds (if u count 5 feet aa feild), wild aanimals(only the ones tht run away), and the suicides/murders...ahh new york, trust me, it fking sucks here.
crislyn23_nt  
8 Jul 2008 22:50 | Quote
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new york city !!! brooklyn to be exact,
crislyn23_nt  
8 Jul 2008 22:51 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
b-e-a-utiful!


did you got that line from bruce almighty ? hahaha, good movie
Cata34  
9 Jul 2008 01:16 | Quote
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Haha Im from Salt Lake City Utah.
GuitarBoy666  
9 Jul 2008 01:47 | Quote
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lol EMB
I think it would be cool.
I'd like to see it.
But living maybe not, depending on what I see, know what I'm sayin?
EMB5490  
9 Jul 2008 07:15 | Quote
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ye i love tht movie, well manhtten is crowded...smelly...big...dirty...and brooklyn is crowded...smelly...big...dirty...and ect. now if u go to upsate new york its pretty i go apple pickn up ther, still im movin to the south, i want a tiny little cabin on a lake i wana wake up, have a generator on my boat, plug my guitar in and play and fish. id prob have a job, so maybe only on saturdays and sundays lol
GuitarBoy666  
9 Jul 2008 11:25 | Quote
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That would be cool. Playing guitar on a boat lol.
Just don't fall in or drop anything in the water.
whistlebug23  
9 Jul 2008 11:32 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
ahh new york, b-e-a-utiful, i always love the smell of millions of taxi cabs and people, the noise of construction and ppl farting lol, the beautiful black grass/fake grass, the open feilds (if u count 5 feet aa feild), wild aanimals(only the ones tht run away), and the suicides/murders...ahh new york, trust me, it fking sucks here.

You would love it in Southern Oklahoma; few cars, the only construction on oil field (which is a maybe at my area), animals are plentiful, 42 acres is a good, open field, suicides and murders happen only in the big cities.
EMB5490  
9 Jul 2008 14:30 | Quote
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nah i h8 the sooners :) im an auburn fan wareagle! u got a lake?
Skold  
9 Jul 2008 14:41 | Quote
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Born in Texas, raised in Manchester.
brodyxhollow  
9 Jul 2008 20:32 | Quote
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from the grand old state of o-HIGH-o
EMB5490  
9 Jul 2008 21:11 | Quote
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buckeyes are over rated! o-ver ra-ted! lol
Crunch  
9 Jul 2008 21:13 | Quote
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Isn't most of Cedar Rapids under water right now, foogered?
ThePusher  
9 Jul 2008 21:52 | Quote
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I'm from Nanaimo British Columbia Canada, which is basically a 2 hour boat from Vancouver
Lunix  
9 Jul 2008 22:03 | Quote
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Vancouver BC/CA and I'm new here.
ThePusher  
9 Jul 2008 22:09 | Quote
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right on brother your a hop and a skip away from me
foogered  
10 Jul 2008 00:09 | Quote
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Welcome!
foogered  
10 Jul 2008 00:15 | Quote
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It was underwater, but the river has receded enough that reconstruction can begin. In my opinion, Cedar Rapids was the area hit the worst. Iowa City got it pretty bad, but a lot of the damage there was at the University and in commercial areas near the river. All of Cedar Rapid's downtown is wiped out (As my dad says, "It looks like the buildings are on respirators and IV's". i.e. Semi-trucks that are actually giant dehumidifiers and trains of generators to sustain buildings for companies like Alliant Energy, which supplies a large chunk of Iowa's eletricity), and the residential areas around the river are devastated. The people whose homes were flooded were the ones with the least ability to recover from it.

It's ironic because this was supposed to be the year of the river, where we revitalized our downtown district with the opening of a new riverfront entertainment and business area. Now we get this mess instead.
Admin  
10 Jul 2008 10:18 | Quote
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Ok, "My Location" feature available - Edit Profile
les_paul  
10 Jul 2008 11:01 | Quote
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Hey, Thanks Admin.

EDIT: You can get your latitude and longitude coordinates here.

http://www.capelinks.com/cape-cod/maps/geocode/
GuitarBoy666  
10 Jul 2008 11:46 | Quote
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Cool, Admin!
That's pretty awesome. I zoomed in enough to be like exact.. lol cause I am fussy

EDIT:
This site has gained a hell of a lot of new features within the last like, 2 months. Awesomeness!
joe  
10 Jul 2008 11:46 | Quote
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haha likewise gb. got it down to the exact house even lol.

cheers admin
GuitarBoy666  
10 Jul 2008 13:56 | Quote
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I think my marker thingy is exactly (or extremely close to) my house/yard. I just looked at how the road is lol.

I have a question un-related to anything here but I don't wanna make a new thread:

Can we change our passwords here?
I know mine but I want a different one
Admin  
10 Jul 2008 17:13 | Quote
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And all together La Grande Map

p.s. GB666, maybe later.
EMB5490  
10 Jul 2008 17:43 | Quote
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o ye heres me!
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