A.K.A. known as Statesvegas or Skanksville, the town where the two interstates (I-40 and I-77) meet calling it the cross roads for the future. A very bleak and boring future I must say unless you're 80 years of age and retired and attend the local country club for a round of golf, then Statesville is a blast. Statesville is about a million, I mean 200 years old which consists of about 150,000 people. Many teenagers such as so myself attend the local high schools in this area that are plagued by alcohol, marijuana, and sex, if you're a teenage girl the chances of you being pregnant even if you've never had sex are 7 out of 10 people! Like I said about the age of this town it's old and so is its heritage, Many of the first pilgrims here owned slaves and as to this day many of their bloodline still lingers here and so does their views of the world, where if you're black, you're automatically associated into a social class of poverty, crime, and injustice. And if you're white, you're either really rich, have it all, and the stuff of the town, or you've settled for less and become part of the lower class aka what people call hicks. If you're ever in town take a stroll to check out the history you'll see a monument of a confederate ...more...
It's short for "Tuscarawas County". A dark and boring county in Ohio located 2 hours directly south of Cleveland. Even the county's biggest towns (Dover and New Philadelphia) don't have much more to do than going to bars, eating food that's high in fat at restaurants, pacing around Wal-Mart and the mall, sitting at home playing video games, looking up random stuff on the internet, and sleeping. New Philadelphia has the Skate Place which is fun at first, then you realize it's full of middle school aged jocks. I know there's much worse places out there but T-Countiers try to make the county seem like more than it is, like they actually call Dover and New Philadelphia "cities". I wouldn't be too surprised if the county revolves it's entire economy around high school football, but I think it works as a good place to stop for gas, food, motel, etc. when on the way to another place. Dover just opened a new highway exit so that probably means more food places, gas stations, etc.
A family is taking Interstate 77 while on a road trip
Brother: Mom! I'm hungry!
Sister: So am I! I also have to go to the bathroom!
Mother: I just saw a sign saying were entering into Tuscarawas County!
Father: That's the perfect place to stop! I also need some gas!
...to sum it up, T-County is best as a place to stop!
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Incorporated June 5, 1837
- Mayor Bill White
- City 601.7 sq mi (1,558 km2)
- Land 579.4 sq mi (1,501 km2)
- Water 22.3 sq mi (57.7 km2)
Elevation 43 ft (13 m)
- City 2,208,180 (4th)
- Density 3,828/sq mi (1,471/km2)
- Urban 3,822,509
- Metro 5,628,101 (6th Largest)
- Demonym Houstonian
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
- Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
Area code(s) 713, 281, 832
FIPS code 48-350003
GNIS feature ID 13809484
Houston (pronounced /ˈhjuːstən/) is the fourth-largest city in the United States of America and the largest city within the state of Texas. As of the 2007 U.S. Census estimate, the city has a population of 2.2 million within an area of 600 square miles (1,600 km²). Houston is the seat of Harris County and the economic center of the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area—the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. with a population of 5.6 million.
Houston was founded on August 30, 1836 by brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen5 on land near the banks of ...