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We have a guy that goes around on a Bike with sacks, collecting Grass.

Thats about it... lol.

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#2
We have a lagoon that stinks like wet shit. The smell hits you as soon as you enter the city. "The Gateway to Clean and Fresh Air" was actually painted over because of it on the city sign.
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#3
We have a guy who passes out free scarves shirtless and asks you to dance with him. no music
#5
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I know that guy! I met him at Bumbershoot one year, haha.
#6
We*have*a*black*man*on*a*motorcycle*named*Bear.*(Kadoka,*SD)
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#7
****ing hippies and your scarves.

We have the red river, people go to it and catch nasty fish that they want to throw back after hitting it.
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#8
Nothing really that famous.

Joel Vietch from rathergood.com used a couple pictures from parks in my town in his Looking for my Leopard video. It's really strange since he is from Europe and my town has about 5000 people in it, and is in Kansas. Not sure where he got the pics or how he heard of my town.
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#9
Randy Johnson is from here and went to school at the local public highschool...

We have a lightbulb that's been on for over 100 years...

Weeeeee.... Have a shitload of great wineries? I don't know...

Edit: Oh yeah, and we're home to an FFRDC funded primarily by the Department of Energy...

Here's my city's wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livermore,_California

Edit2: Oh wow, and we're the 3rd wealthiest midsized city in the nation. Awesome. Did not know that...
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#10
jannick gers is from my town?
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#11
Napoleon moved nearby when he was exiled...
oh yeah and its shit
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#13
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We have the parking meter bikini chicks

fvck you.....

do hills and windmills count cause thats about it
#14
We have a guy who randomly stands on the side of one of our busiest streets saluting a flag no matter how hot it gets (summers have gotten as bad as 115 - 120 degrees in the past).
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#16
We have a homeless guy everyone calls Tarzan. He wears a pair of shorts and a pair of shoes, and carries everything he owns in a sack. He walks/runs from Gordonvale (a suburb on the edge of town) into the city everyday: this trip is about 30kms (one way).

The interesting part is people say that he's the son of an exiled princess, and he is/was compeletly loaded: he's homeless by choice, prefering to live a simple life with nature. Whether or not this is true is anyone's guess, but that's the legend. I found this article on him (if anyone is interested, not likely), but I don't know how true it is.

Eccentric lived a life like Tarzan by Brendan OMalley From:The Courier-Mail August 24, 2009
THE farther north you travel in Australia, the more colourful the characters become. And if you travelled very far north in Queensland any time in the past half a century, there was a chance of encountering a man who put Crocodile Dundee to shame.

Michael Fomenko, aka "Tarzan", was the most famous eccentric in an area that included a bloke who paraded around Cape Tribulation's rainforest in a ballgown. The son of an exiled Russian princess and a prominent Sydney professor, Fomenko was a star athlete and the product of an elite Sydney private school. He seemed to have it all until he turned his back on civilisation after leaving school and began the first of his long wanderings.

From the early '50s onwards he roamed Cape York, using only a rifle and his wits to live off the land. In his younger days he took to wearing no more than a loincloth and was burnt almost black by the tropical sun. The most controversial and sad episode in his lonely life came in 1964 when he was arrested and sent to Brisbane by train under police guard. While ostensibly taken from the wilderness for stealing and behaving in an indecent manner, he was in reality taken into custody because nobody could believe a sane man would choose to live such a life. That was despite his father describing him as an "incurably romantic present-day Ulysses". "Michael is no sinister figure or madman. He has merely taken a schoolboy dream and had the courage and conviction to make it reality," he said in a 1959 interview. "What he is doing is what many would like to do but few dare."

There was a large media contingent waiting at Mayne railway station in May, 1964, when Fomenko was ushered from the goods train. He was transferred to a police paddy wagon for the drive to an Ipswich mental hospital. Society could not keep him caged for long, though. He headed north again and in 1959 made headlines by sailing a dugout canoe made from a giant red cedar log to Papua New Guinea.

In more recent times he has been a familiar sight to far north motorists after taking to running between Cairns and Gordonvale - every day. He was still living there in 2006, the last time he made headlines.

EDIT: And here is a pic of him that I found on a fanpage someone made for him on Facebook.


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#17


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I guess we're famous for having lax weed laws and being baked all the time. Could be worse.
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#18
We have the Alamo, the Riverwalk, Missions and what's left of the Hemisfair. Nothing but tourist traps.

The real interesting stuff is the ghost road and the donkey lady. There's probably more but I don't remember.
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#19
Fenway Park right up the street.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#20
When I lived in Mascot (where I grew up) we had a old dude who would go around the shops yelling to people 'australia sux!' and 'mascot sux'.. he'd also sometimes tell non-white people (such as myself) to go back where we came from. Other times when he had nice days, he'd be all cheerful. He actually wasn't a hobo, just a bit loosely screwed in. He was voted as #1 Hobo in Sydney area by a radio station (Nova 96.9). People call him "Crazy John".

Oh and where I live now, the high school here is where ex-prime minister John Howard went to school. Not like thats any ammusing.
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#24
Feathered hat guy

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Lots of hookers

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#26
The Acropolis I guess.
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#29
The two big things here are:

-the woman who killed her preacher husband in cold blood and did no prison time. Even got her two kids back.

-the drag-racing incident which killed several people, including two of my friends.

Happy little southern town, yeah?
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#30
Thomas Paine and Dad's Army all up in this bitch
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Hash Bash here in Ann Arbor, MI.

I guess we're famous for having lax weed laws and being baked all the time. Could be worse.

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#37
We've got the Levi Coffin house. It's where he lived and helped and hid slaves. Pretty interesting.
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#38
Highest unsolved murder rate in the country I think.
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#40
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