Where do you dwell?

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Where do you dwell?

Somewhere in America/Canada
12
60%
Europe
5
25%
Asia
0
No votes
Africa
0
No votes
THE MIGHTY LAND OF AUS!
2
10%
Some other country?
1
5%
 
Total votes: 20

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Post by nastypoisonspikes »

Well.......

Just to let you know, I live in Melbourne, Australia. So thats one vote to Australia.


<brag>I've just heard it's the most liveable city in the world!</brag>
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I live in pittsburgh, in the good ol' US of A.
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glad to see you postin'................and that "somewhere in America/Canada" is commonly referred to as North America :laugh:
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mmm

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I don't want to annoy my Canadian friends though, do I. I here there very touchy about how seperate there country is from yours! :)
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Post by King Of Shibby! »

wheeeeeee

AUSTRALIA IS KEWL

we dont have crazy sinpers trying to kill us
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At least stuff happens here...
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Post by Thunderdog »

I'll have to say "Other country". It's a U.S territory, but 99.9% of North America has never heard of the VI.
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Post by wardrich »

im from canada. We also asy Zed instead of Zee

anyway, some of us are touchy, but im used to it. So long as you americans can tell the difference between Canada and the US im happy. I hope i dont wake up in a state tomorrow! and i have to agree with King of Shibby, I feel that canada is one of the safest places to live, although i have been watchin the news lately and there have been a lot of deaths due to guns and violence in Toronto.

It all relates to i story i read in English called "A Television Drama' Which basically states that everybody feels safe in the city that they live in. They all believe that urban life is safe and that violence would never happen. But it does, the protagonist (main character) named Carolee, sees a man in her garden that later on turns out to be a murderer! It is a good story if you ever happen to find it.
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Post by Unknown_K »

I live in Youngstown, OH ever heard of it?
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Yeah, my dad works for GE as a field technician and sometimes services hospitals there. Anyhow, can you believe that everyone thinks they are safe in the city they live in? That's not true.
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To some extent its true. In the city you live in you know where to go and where not to go. You also look relaxed and not nervouse since your at "home". If i would go to detroit and stumble into a bad part of town after dark I would look nervouse and stick out like a sore thumb inviting trouble.

There used to be alot of MOB violence here in youngstown, people would start thier cars and BOOM. Still in my old neighborhood nothing major ever happens besides a car stereo getting stolen once and a while. Do I feel safe? yes, I do.. about as safe as you can feel I assume.
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I live in the state of Indiana, one of 50 in that oh so uber cool assiocation that is commonly referred to as "The United States of America", the "US", "The States", or just plain "America". (technically, the last one is actually a HUGE amount of land that is home to more species of animals than any other place in the world and has a human population of almost 1 billion but it is commonly used to refer to my country)

As for snipers, he just shot someone in John the Axes state yesterday. If he comes about 200 miles north and 600 west then I'll be scared...
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Post by Oz »

well, i live in the old country... ummm, i thank it's england, but i'm an aussie. i'll just hack into the system to change the votes and put one as aussie and one as europe...
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I won't tell.

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Nope. Won't tell.
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Post by Winger2 »

haha thunder, I'm guessin the Virgin Isle?
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Post by Jean »

I've heard of Youngstown OH, because I live fairly near there. :cuccoan:
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Jean wrote:I've heard of Youngstown OH, because I live fairly near there. :cuccoan:
And where do you live?
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Post by Oz »

i don't think that jean would tell you, just in case you are a paedophile and came over and watched her kids. but i've probably got this all wrong and jean's kids are probably 20 or something like that. i'll blame it on lack of sleep.
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Post by Jean »

OK I live in Freedom, and my kids range in age from 10 to 27. No grandkids yet, darn it all. :cuccoan:
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