The site of Fort Nashborough on the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee. The Tennessee state capital and county seat to Davidson County, the 2nd largest in the state with about 570,000 residents. Known as "Music City, USA" it was the former capital to the recording of Country and Western Music, Bluegrass and Southern Gospel Music before the industry went to greener pastures in Branson, Missouri. It is still home to the Grand Ole Opery. It has more churches than almost any other city and is the headquarters to the Southern Baptist Convention, the world's largest Protestant denomination. Its largest industry is actually services and healthcare. Nashville is the home to former President Andrew Jackson, former Vice President Al Gore and actress Reese Witherspoon.
Nashville is the 2nd largest city in Tennessee.
A former WWE wrestler from San Antonio, Texas often referred to as "Stone Cold" or "The Rattlesnake" with the persona of a sarcastic, rebble-rousing, tough, maverick, beer drinking S.O.B. who constantly opens up a can of whoop-ass on anyone, including Vince McMahon who gets in his way. He is a member of Vince McMahon's Kiss My Ass Club in the WWE.
The capital of the state of Texas with a city population of nearly 700,000 and home to the University of Texas-Austin. The county seat of Travis County.
Steve Austin is a punk with a large WWE fan base.
The capital and largest city of Ohio and for some reason, is the 16th largest in the U.S. It is a nice place to live but this college town suffers form a low profile and hardly any identity (at least Cleveland has the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame). Its known for absolutely nothing, except the Buckeyes of Ohio State University, one of the largest universities in the United States.
What the heck is in Columbus?
"More jobs to be lost to Mexico."
"More people moving to the Sun Belt."
"The Big Three lose out to Toyota and the Japanese."
"The UAW announces yet again another strike at Saginaw's steering plant."
"Budget cuts force Detroit City Schools to announce another round of layoffs for teachers."
"Governor Granholm disappointed in the failed Cool Cities initiative."
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Is michigan good for anything?
Once one of America's great cities, but not so after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the city and displaced half of it's population that has yet to return, if ever.
More pimps and niggas than you can imagine.
Was built by the French on absolutely the worst location possible--hurricane country below sea level and in heavily marshed land between the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Pontchartrain.
It is among the poorest cities in the United States.
new orleans is about the worst place in the United States to live.