The United States As Seen By A New Yorker [Pic]

Submitted by: AFTERSHOCK 2 years ago in Misc

I would say this is pretty accurate.
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Male 3,059
I`m a New Yorker. This is kind of stupid, as new York State is over 500 miles wide from Buffalo at the far western end of the state to the eastern tip of Long Island. Once you get outside of it`s four population centers New York state is just as rural as any of the other 50 states.
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Male 1,106
This was funny.
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Male 987
If this were a New York perspective, "New York City" would be written on the map in flashing neon, Oregon would be "tree huggers," and everything from Montana to Michigan would be part of Canada.
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Male 13,624
richanddead
Guess you took the bait dude
Its English dry humour, you went for it
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Male 4,079
@Nickel2:
Trolling eh? Also your showing how little you know about our highway system. If you spend any time driving your gonna know the areas like the back of your hand. I can tell you every town and road between Philly and D.C.. Thousands of people commute over 50 miles a day, everyday, just to get to work. 100 miles is nothing in America.
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Female 2,228
Well Nickel2 that`s because we have land here, not cute garden sized squares mind you but real, wide open, sprawling LAND. Land you can get lost in, land that stretches from sea to shining sea, land with crazy shifting landscapes, everything from Great Plains to desert to mountains.

Plus in your case, it`s pretty easy to remember town names when every other one ends with Shire. And Shires my friend, are for hobbits (and of course New Zealanders, but is there really any difference)? ;-) :-D 8-)
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Male 358
Maine is also known as "Pretty colored leafland." in the autumn.
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Male 3,442
they always leave out hawaii and alaska. alaska is frozen ice land, and hawaii is tropical paradise land.
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Male 5,874
This is obviously compiled by an intellectual. Most Americans don`t even know the name of the town 100 miles down the road.
(Sits back and waits for the volcano to erupt...)
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Male 3,909
The large "New York City" part isn`t very accurate. Anything north of Westchester County is pretty much non-existent as far as people in NYC are concerned.
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Male 2,781
Link: The United States As Seen By A New Yorker [Pic] [Rate Link] - I would say this is pretty accurate.
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