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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RichardDunneOwnGoal, 9 Nov 2016.
That's a relief.
Hopefully it will be enough for Stevie as well.
Stevie seems quite angry all the time, for some unfathomable reason.
45 of 50 states and all but one of the 40 largest cities in the country (El Paso, TX) . . . But I'm sure Stevie will claim I don't understand how America thinks compared to him. Even though I'm American.
PS. Be happy you never left the airport in Detroit.
Lady. Protesting. Much. Etc.
Never heard of the **** before. Who is he?
It must be awful not to be a forum celebrity. Poor fella.
I shudder at the thought.
I think Detroit would be quite interesting in a rubber-necking sort of way.
It's not as bad as some other cities. Salt Lake City springs to mind. Most underrated big city in the US is Pittsburgh, though. Great place, especially in the fall. Cheap, nice people, great universities, remade downtown, some beautiful areas in the suburbs, huge sports town.
I've also heard great things about Pittsburgh, which surprised me tbh. Assumed it was a bit of a Detroit-lite, in terms of post-industrial decay.
Pittsburgh is a cool city, only been once so missed a lot. You mention SLC again and so must once again must mention that it is probably the best ski destination in the States