A sports commentator at ESPN who pretends to be a political pundit on MSNBC. He is one of those rare people who can profess compassion for the downtrodden and oppressed masses, yet can't seem to get along with anyone on planet Earth: notably at ESPN and MSNBC (he resigned several times from both networks due to personality clashes with his bosses and co-workers). Watch him share the microphone with Chris Matthews during primaries coverage; while Matthews drones on about some minute detail of a Democratic primary 40 years ago, Olbermann's lips tighten, his face turns blue and you'd swear his head was about to explode. (Okay, I can't really blame him for that).more...
He can also project extreme outrage at his political enemies; i.e. FOX News, the Bush administration, America's registered voter's, anyone who is breathing, etc. His political beliefs are about 120 miles to the left of Pol Pot and Noam Chomsky: which would put him in the same category as an average poster at Democratic Underground, DailyKos, and Huffington Post. He has an obsession with FOX News pundit/douche-bag Bill O'Reilly that border's on the homo-erotic ( more like rough-trade-leather-boy homo-eroticism, not the Ethel Merman impersonator variety).
Keith Olbermann is basically an anti-social personality who craves external validation in order to fill the vast empty spaces in his personal life. By projecting faux outrage for what he perceives are the apocalyptic political and social problems of the United S...
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nothing is 'fetch' at pius xi, one of the most infamous private high schools in the midwest. but there is definately an abundance of bimbos running around with 'FITCH' plastered across their chests. not to mention the skanks who'd like to consider themselves 'hippies' that really just shop at target and peace signs are a MUST HAVE. but if you aren't fitch or hippie bitch, then who are you?more...
walk down into the union (yes, they call their cafeteria the 'student union') and take a glance at the way the tables are arranged. in the furthest corner away from the student entrance, you'll find th 'popular' seniors. the table is filled with meat heads, bit-titted hoes, and just flat out dumb fucks. you may be wondering why the table next to that of the senior jocks is sometimes empty. it's usually because the art kids are on the 6th floor doing what they do best, art. but once in a blue moon,you've found yourself the 'art-floor kids' a table away, eating a salad of some sort, or chomping on some carrot sticks they bought from Outpost (ohhhh how eco-friendly they are!). Then you get yourself the wanna-be's, the nothings, the nobodys. not now at least, but they will most likely be your boss someday. two more tables down is the very last of the far back. it's the black-box and choir room kids, talking about who gets to do the lights this upcoming play as they gulp down their mt. dew and pop those sour skittles to get that extra sugar high (compliments of Sodhexo- the shittiest foo...
The land where the pilgrims landed.more...
Massachusetts is one of the only two states in the the US to be in the International Cool Club(The other State being Connecticut), on that note, Massachusetts was the first state in the US to legalize gay marriage(Connecticut being the second).
"Massachusetts" is Algonquian for "Near the great little-mountains", or "at the great hill", usually identified as Great Blue Hill on the border of Milton and Canton, Massachusetts.
The capital of Massachusetts is Boston, named after the city of the same name in England, in fact, most names of places in Massachusetts come from places in England.
Many insults geared towards Massachusetts are outdated as are most stereotypes these days, For one "Taxachusetts" doesn't really make sense anymore as out of 50 states Massachusetts' taxes are ranked #34.
The population of Massachusetts is estimated 6,497,967, (87.89% White, 7.58% Black, 0.65% Natives, 5.13% Asian, 0.17% Pacific Islander)
Breakdown of Whites is 23.5% Irish, 13.5% Italian, 12.9% French/French Canadian, 11.4% English, 5.9% German.
Massachusetts also has large communities of people of Finnish and Swedish descent; Armenian, Lebanese (Worcester) descent, Greek Americans, Lithuanian Americans and Polish Americans. Massachusetts "Yankees," of colonial English ancestry, still have a strong presence.
The religious affiliations of the people ...
Country United States of Americamore...
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 ...
A small town in Iowa.
Burlignton was once a bustling port in the steamboat era. It sits on the Mississippi River in south eastern Iowa, on the Illinois border. Burlington has a deep hisstory.
Population around 25,000 - 30,000.
One public high school, a somewaht run-down mall, a not so active downtown. A new complex with a hotel, virtual bowling, restaurants, a few nice bars, a waterpark, etcetera.
The high school has been having problems for years, fightinhg, drop-outs, teen pregnancy, you name it.
Quite a bit of weed and drinking.
Most people go out on the river in the summer.
Most of the population under 25 wants out of the town. A small community college is on the west side of town.
A few religious private schools are in the area.
It's an alright town for middle-ages people, I suppose.
Very blue-collar, few professional occupations unless you work in medicine.
There is a new hospital and a new casino.
It's got the standard franchise places.
A Supercenter Wal-Mart
A Kmart, Shopko, Super Target, Hy-Vee, Casey's, Walgreens, Aldi.
Has the regular Iowa-small town feel, lots of fields, friendly people, pick-up trucks..
Not half-bad if you didn't grow up here or if you didn't go to the high school.
Father: Hey kids, want to go to the waterpark in Burlington?
Monroe County in Pennsylvania, consisting of Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg, Mount Pocono. There are a few others like Tannersville, Bartonsville and Snydersville, but I'm not going to get into that. It is right over the border from New Jersey. A TON of people from Jersey and New York are all coming to the Poconos. It is one of the most diverse places you will ever go. There is very much equality, though the schools are kind of racist. It's nice here, everyone knows everyone. There's not really much to do if your not creative. You have to make your own fun here. It's safe to raise your kids here. Blue Mountain Lake and Penn Estates are two very common residential communities that people live in. Penn Estates is the lower medium and Blue Mountain Lake is the higher medium to semi wealthy. The people who have lived here their whole lives don't like the New Yorkers and Jersey people moving in, and they pretty much despise us. But we outnumber them in ridiculous odds. In a few years, this will turn into a city because SOOOOOOO many people keep moving in. Alot of the shopping centers are brand new because they're trying to keep up with the expansion. There's alot of land, so if your looking to build a house... It's perfect!
1: Where are you from?
2: I'm from New York.
1: Really, what part?
2: the Bronx.
1: Oh, I'm from Jersey!
2: Well I guess we're on the same page because we both live in the Poconos.
A town located on the south-west border of Boston. It was incorporated in 1636. The town's original name was to be 'Contentment', but was rejected so that it may reflect a town in England which many of the settlers were from. It's home to the first tax-payer funded public school and the oldest wooden-framed house in America.It's residents range from middle class, to UMC. It's mainly a blue collar town and low-income families in the town is a relatively low %.Though most of the kids in the public schools are retards that wear flat rimmed hats, hate their parents, smoke weed, and listen to ICP, it still manages to suck just as bad as any other suburb.The other side of the spectrum includes soccer moms, football dads, perverts (see football dads) and people who think they're from Westwood. Dedham is an overall aesthetically pleasing place to live, but you have to not get sucked into it's backward-assed politics which strive to bury the rich history of the town and make a mockery of us all.more...
It's a commercial-cesspool now, paying little or no attention or support for the local business owner.If you're not from Dedham, and you live in a higher income community around it, check out LEGACY PLACE on rt.1. You can ask the towns residents how they feel about living there..However, you might want to wait until their break,because none of them are there to shop, earning $9 and feel sucky about their superficial town.
Dedham does ALRIGHT.At least we have a town square and not a Wal-Mart.