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  • the home of cheese in a can.
  • SIN +5
  • The guy who drew BC is from here.
  • a bunch of bull shit and nothing relevent within the last 30 years.
  • The word "SLACKER" was invented here http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106677/
  • A small town, "A bit clannish, not very welcoming to newcomers." Not true at all. Also, we are known as being a speed trap. Partially true. There is a big university nearby, and coming from almost anywhere you have to go through our town. The students like to race through residential areas at breakneck speeds, risking the kids who walk to school, the park, the pool, etc. I feel like yelling at the top of my lungs, "It's not a speed trap, it's a SPEED LIMIT!!!" At times when students are coming or going (Spring break, summer, mom's weekend, etc.) I almost always see someone pulled over.
  • We are know as the center of the Silicon Valley. We make computers think....
  • The parliament and it is the home town of our Royal Family.
  • Gambling,sex,booze and the mob.
  • Winnie the Pooh
  • Its huge population of political moonbat nutjobs.
  • Fish, clams, scallops, the beach and the boardwalk. Point Pleasant, New Jersey USA.
  • the world's safest beach. no one talks about the riptide that takes a child out to sea every so often.
  • Murder capital of the world.
  • Rednecks and/or potheads that feel the need to get in their cars and drive to the gas station in front of you taking up two lanes driving 5 mph to get more beer. Old people who can't drive... *Imagine the commute between the two of them? and Tropicana Field.
  • Cheesesteaks
  • Summer Colony for rich people.
  • Use to be the place you could get married on the spot... no waiting.
  • We're the Magic City! Our city sprung up practically overnight! "The youngest of the state's major cities, Birmingham was founded in 1871 at the crossing of two rail lines near one of the world's richest deposits of minerals." The growth was fueled by the steel industry. Now we're known for UAB. We have one of the best universities and facilities for training doctors and other medical personnel! Not to mention the football rivalry between Alabama and Auburn!
  • Being a small town in northeastern Vermont, it's known for hippies, maple syrup, and tourist traps, just like every other small town in northeastern Vermont. LOL
  • The Liberty Bell and cheesesteaKs , hoagies, soft pretzels, Indepenence Hall
  • Monongahela Pennsylvania USA on the East Coast of the United States
  • Peoria, Illinois was a mecca on the vaudeville circuit because the demographics represented a balance of the country's likes and dislikes. Many of the old radio and early TV celebrities brought their shows to Peoria. One slogan that is still used today is, "If it plays in Peoria, it'll play anywhere." While this no longer refers to vaudeville, it does still represent the demographics in the field of product development. A few of our "homies" include Richard Pryor, David Ogden Stiers, and the old-time radio duo, Fibber McGee and Molly.
  • Among the best museums, ballet, opera, theater, and symphony in the world. Also for top restaurants and professional sports teams, terrific shopping, and a knockout location on a Great Lake. And for two of the top universities in the country, one considered to be one of the best on the planet. It's a major center for film and television production, too. The downsides are the main airport (very congested) and a gang violence problem in some (fortunately limited) parts of the city. And it's expensive to live here, though not as expensive as New York, Los Angeles, and the Bay area in California. If you haven't guessed by now, I live in Chicago.
  • English snobs
  • Existing. That's about it. Nothing else, as far as I know.
  • I'll put it this way; where I live, 2 cities about 90 miles away from my city for both, both cities grew in population where the population where I live declined, and that has been the case over and over again for decades. This place is known for shrewd lewd and just bad people if not just not nice people. You can see the economic disparity easily, and the population is only like 250,000.
  • A medical museum where there are the full bones of two people who passed from fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a man and an unrelated woman.
  • Woollen mills. In my home town in the north of England there were 9 of them and one cotton mill. There was also an engineering company and the company who make the most well-known fire extinguishers in the world. I think that almost half of the town worked there.

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