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Shock Trooper
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I live here and work at the Post Office in the next town over :)

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Posts: 294 | Registered: Monday, November 24 2003 08:00
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Victoria, British Columbia. And because it's not like Ontario and many other parts of Canada, the summers are warm to hot, but not muggy, and the winters are relatively mild (rarely below 0 degrees Celsius, kind of rainy, occasionally sunny).

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Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
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Profile #27
Saratoga Springs, New York. Nice place - come and visit if you're in the area.

And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
-The Last Pendragon

Polaris = joy.

In case of emergency, break glass.
Posts: 3351 | Registered: Saturday, April 6 2002 08:00
Shock Trooper
Member # 55
Profile Homepage #28
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Posts: 236 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Shock Trooper
Member # 3073
Profile Homepage #29
Las Cruces, New Mexico the most boring place ever. Its a place that forces you to entertain yourself, and that helps develop, imagination, individuality and an extreme sense of psychosis.

I am the way into the doleful city
I am the way into eternal grief,
I am the way to a foresaken race.
Justice it was that moved my great creator;
Divine omnipotence created me,
And highest wisdom joined with primal love.
Before me nothing but eternal things
Were made, and I shall last eternally
Abandon all hope, all you who enter.

Posts: 383 | Registered: Friday, June 6 2003 07:00
Law Bringer
Member # 2984
Profile Homepage #30
I live here: (second window down here-------------- V)


And this is where I work:

That's in Aachen, if you want to know. :)

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Posts: 8752 | Registered: Wednesday, May 14 2003 07:00
Member # 4778
Profile Homepage #31
I live in Ennepetal, Germany. I think nobody of you will know this 35,000 inhabitants city.
It is in Nordrheinwestfalen (Northrhinewestfalia?) near the Ruhrgebiet (Ruhrarea?) in the west of Germany.

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Posts: 188 | Registered: Monday, July 26 2004 07:00
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Profile #32
Crazy Scandinavians of the world - Unite and bend over!

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Posts: 148 | Registered: Tuesday, May 13 2003 07:00
Shock Trooper
Member # 1249
Profile Homepage #33
I live in Turku, Finland. Based on the description, the weather here seems to be more or less the same as where Rosycat lives.

The temperature was about -7 °C today and there's some snow on the street. And some ice bears. :)

EDIT: POLAR bears! English is sure difficult.

[ Monday, November 29, 2004 14:28: Message edited by: Milu ]
Posts: 259 | Registered: Saturday, June 1 2002 07:00
Member # 5219
Profile #34
I live by the Rocky Mountains. :) It's ok, gets cold every now and then by wintertime and spring, but better than new york and las angeles. :)

You can take my Windows XP when you pry my cold, dead fingers off the mouse!
Posts: 394 | Registered: Saturday, November 20 2004 08:00
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Profile #35
The idyllic city of Lovisa. The word 'idyllic' should never be left unmentioned in this context. We're in the middle of a brainwashing campaign. Lovisa is a dying town and we should always keep luring new people here. Don't think you're going to stop me this time, either.

The city arms. There should be a 'count-crown' on the top, too. The cannons symbolize Lovisa's importance as a (former) bordertown. The anchor symbolizes our (former) importance as a notable harbour.

And, Lovisa is the home of Finland's first nuclear power plant! Where I, coincidentially, work! Half of Lovisa does.

Look! You can almost see my office!

Cold ale meets hot summer on Saltbodan, by the docks. Live and let live.

ahhahaha i rule u droool
Posts: 756 | Registered: Monday, August 4 2003 07:00
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Profile Homepage #36
That looks more idyllic than Duisburg, certainly. The dying town where I semi-live (I return on week-ends) forced not into the role of an 'idyllic village', but instead (unsuccessfully) tried by the city council to transform into a 'cosmopolitan metropolis'.

Which in common terms means they borrow money and plan huge buildings with it to attract multinational companies and tourists. They built a musical (Les Miserables, which in fact is uncannily apt here), right next to the red-light district, but it didn't attract any tourists (if you can visit Cologne, Duesseldorf and Aachen, whoever would go to stinky Duisburg?)

That's what happens when a city's industry is based on steel-making. When the coal runs out, you're screwed. ;)

"Toleration is not the opposite of intoleration, but is the counterfeit of it. Both are despotisms. The one assumes to itself the right of withholding liberty of conscience, and the other of granting it."
---Thomas Paine

Posts: 156 | Registered: Thursday, January 8 2004 08:00
Member # 4833
Profile Homepage #37
Tampere, Finland.

Damn you, Swedes. They made a program about Finland and sold it to BBC. In it they claimed that Finns live in iglus and have polar bears roaming the streets.

I'm not bitter or anything, but one of these days I will surely...
Posts: 16 | Registered: Monday, August 9 2004 07:00
Member # 342
Profile #38
wow. amazing how many is from Finland
yeah and btw,
So am i... to be more precise I go to college in Oulu

kewl thing dudes :)

Yes, I'm from the faraway-Finland.
Posts: 27 | Registered: Tuesday, December 4 2001 08:00
Member # 4778
Profile Homepage #39
Originally written by Pachat:

Tampere, Finland.
Oh, I know a German who lives in Tampere.

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Posts: 188 | Registered: Monday, July 26 2004 07:00
By Committee
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Profile #40
I work in Washington, DC. I live just across the Potomac River in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, VA, literally across the street from this:

Posts: 2242 | Registered: Saturday, April 10 2004 07:00
Member # 1851
Profile Homepage #41
I just need to.. yeah, I'm from Vantaa to be more precise, but that's not my point. Look, people, only one Finnish girl here. Hello, yes. Me. Me.
I like being special :P

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So many strange ones around. Don't you think?
Posts: 1308 | Registered: Sunday, September 8 2002 07:00
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Profile #42
Polar bears are good for the business. They attract stupid Englishmen. And more importantly, stupid Germans.

No offence, Englishers and Germans. We really like you. In fact, why don't you come to Finland and take a look at our awesome polar bears?

ahhahaha i rule u droool
Posts: 756 | Registered: Monday, August 4 2003 07:00
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Profile Homepage #43
Polar bears are tasty. Yum.

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Posts: 972 | Registered: Tuesday, October 28 2003 08:00
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Profile #44
I'm from Oak Park, Illinois, right next to Chicago. From my house, it's about a fifteen minute drive to downtown Chicago. The town is perhaps most famous for being the birthplace of Ernest Hemingway.

I'm in my third year of school at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois. Just got back here after a weeklong Thanksgiving break in Oak Park.


"Delusion arises from anger. The mind is bewildered by delusion. Reasoning is destroyed when the mind is bewildered. One falls down when reasoning is destroyed."- The Bhagavad Gita.
Posts: 1798 | Registered: Sunday, October 5 2003 07:00
Shock Trooper
Member # 1249
Profile Homepage #45
Originally written by Intentionally Selfish:

I just need to.. yeah, I'm from Vantaa to be more precise, but that's not my point. Look, people, only one Finnish girl here. Hello, yes. Me. Me.
I like being special :P

Only two Finnish girls here, that is. :)

[ Monday, November 29, 2004 14:35: Message edited by: Milu ]
Posts: 259 | Registered: Saturday, June 1 2002 07:00
Member # 4
Profile Homepage #46
It's not pop. >_<

Question- Who here calls it just plain soda?

Or better yet, who here calls a "water fountain" a "bubbler"?

Yeah, that's right. Milwaukeean as always.

Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
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Profile Homepage #47
if you said 'soda' where i live you would also have a lisp and a frock.

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it can play hideous tricks on the brain
Posts: 407 | Registered: Friday, May 14 2004 07:00
Shock Trooper
Member # 4942
Profile #48
Over here, people say sangwich instead of sandwich. And a lot of double negatives. And weird stresses on certain parts of a sentance.

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Posts: 247 | Registered: Monday, September 6 2004 07:00
Bob's Big Date
Member # 3151
Profile Homepage #49
Question- Who here calls it just plain soda?
Me and most of the country.

Or better yet, who here calls a "water fountain" a "bubbler"?

Very few people. Really, how does this one even make sense? :P

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Posts: 2367 | Registered: Friday, June 27 2003 07:00