a fairly large city of about 600,000, metro area something like 5-6 million, lots of history, very cultured place. one of the oldest cities in america. known for its colleges and distinct neighborhoods and has the biggest construction project in american history (the Big Dig). lots of irish, italians, blacks, vietnamese, cape verdeans, and many others. neighborhoods include east boston, charlestown, north end, downtown, south end, fenway, south boston, back bay, chinatown, dorchester, roxbury, mattapan, roslindale, jamaica plain, hyde park, west roxbury, allston, brighton, mission hill, chestnut hill. bordering cities cambridge, somerville, brookline, quincy are basically part of boston because they are so closely tied to the city itself. lots of shopping & culture downtown/back bay, tons of bars, lots of neat little neighborhoods/villages, and a decent subway system. gets ridiculous snow in the winter and 70s-low 90s in the summer, lots of annoying-ass construction, fire, racial tension in some areas. gets kind of overlooked at times. overall a pretty nice & unique place to live though.
i took the T from chinatown to harvard quare then walked over the charles river to back bay and took the green line to the prudential ctr
then i got drunk off my ass in southie.
the new pope. even more backward and conservative than the last one.
was a member of Hitler youth, most dumbasses saying this was a choice. ummm dude, if HITLER was the leader of your country i don't think you had much of a choice as a young child whether to be in Hitler Youth or not.
you're a complete dumbass if you think the new pope was an actual nazi. yeah like they'd ever vote in a pope who was a literal nazi.