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All you need to know is that the Screaming Trees came from my school.
I can honestly say I have really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.

I don't always post on UG, but when I do, I post in the Pit. Stay thirsty my friends.
of course they do, people are just putting in the cities they live in instead

I go to live here this fall...arkansas has a pop. density of 51.3/sq.mile (19.8/km^2), and my town has a pop. of 6500 or no wiki for my current area.

edit: I take that back, there is one!

No suburbs could fit my town in a suburb.
Nope, no sig here.
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Jesus wouldn't give you the sweat off of his balls if you were dying of thirst.
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God, you've gotta be UG's only moron!

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that's right,you certainly are UG's only moron.

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Read the moron's posts, ironically enough he knows what he says.
Sunbury, Victoria
My little suburb has some reasonable claims to fame.
- Original home of the Ashes (A big cricket compition).
- Home of The Sunbury Pop Festival (Australia's equivalent of Woodstock).
- A few Australian Rules footballers grew up here.
But Sunbury's best claim to fame is .....

The guy from Snakes on a Plane was raised here.
(Not Samuel L Jackson, the white dude).
I live in the boring midwest USA
its actually quite the place

Omaha is the historic and modern birthplace and home of many notable politicians, actors, musicians, business leaders and cultural leaders. Activist and son of a Baptist minister, Malcolm X, first known as Malcolm Little, was born in Omaha in 1925. The Gerald Ford birthplace site memorializes the 38th President.

Fred and Adele Astaire circa 1906 in Omaha.Numerous actors, including Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire, Dorothy McGuire, Marlon Brando and Nick Nolte, were born in Omaha. Academy Award winner Henry Fonda also grew up in Omaha. Marlon Brando's mother encouraged Henry Fonda to pursue acting at the Omaha Community Playhouse. Mrs. Brando had helped found the playhouse. Montgomery Clift came from Omaha as well. His family's home still stands on South 33rd Street, a few blocks from that of Gerald Ford.

Omaha's rich musical heritage includes legends such as Wynonie Harris, Preston Love, Buddy Miles, Calvin Keys, Eugene McDaniels and others. The modern music scene includes the members of 311 and Bright Eyes.

Warren Buffett, the richest person in the world, lives in Omaha.

-According to USA Today, Omaha ranks eighth among the nation's 50 largest cities in both per-capita billionaires and Fortune 500 companies

Kinda sucks being poor here :-(
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With boys it's like "here's an incredibly complex sport to learn with sophisticated rules and various interdependent roles to play in a social unit."

For girls it's like "here's're fat!"
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Yeah Dinkytown! Best places to eat in the world. Technically, I live on campus, but I spend a lot of time there and I'm only a block away.

Famous people from here:
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan's Positively 4th Street is about Dinkytown
I loved this.
This is the whole town: (It's in Swedish)
And this is my suburb:
There's soooo much info there!

"Hedensbyn är ett industriområde i östra Skellefteå. Stadens ridhus finns här." = "Hedensbyn is a industrial area of the eastern part of Skellefteå. The towns horseclub is here."

What can I say, breath taking

According to the famous people list: Heather Mills comes from here, eugh.


"The BBC reports that Aldershot is currently receiving £12bn as part of a huge regeneration project and in December 2007 it was named one of UK's most popular places to live."


Talk to Erowid

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Tell me when thy band shall return to mark a schedueled performance on my nearest venue's door!
Quoth teh Loomis, "Nevermore".

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