|22.||New York City|
The "greatest city in the world", known for fashion,culture, dining, nightlife/entertainment, financial/buisness, theater,and art ,money,numerous famous people/actors/actresses/,call NYC home,Fortune 500 companies,Midtown and Downtown home to numerous famous areas and attractions,PIZZA,BAGELS home to NBC,ABC,CBS,CNN, Rockefeller center,Radio City, Broadway, 34t street, 42nd street, 5,6,7th avenues,Times Square, Central park, Battery Park,Bryant Park,Herald Square,Trump Plaza, NEW YORK YANKEES, GIANTS, AND HOT WOMEN e.t.c. and we are not rude we just don't take shit, NYC is not dirty its a huge city it can't be spotlessand its are very old city , barely any crime, one of the safest large cities. So everyone that thinks NYC is dirty, lots of traffic, and dangerous you are wrong its not , I go there every week, in all 5 boroughs never I know what I'm talking about.
Person 1: heading into the city around Christmas can't beat New York City during Christmas
Person 2: can't be NYC anytime
An upper middle class town located in the center of Nassau County, Long Island and known for its, Conservative, Roman-Catholic population. Students at GCHS are known for their work-hard, party-harder mentality, with many getting good grades, being sick at some sport, and then throwing down hard on the weekends. Many sport the preppy look, however their is a growing minority of skaters, goths, and emo kids who stick with each other, but generally everyone gets along pretty nicely. Some live in multi-million dollar plus homes (such as those on the Garden City Golf Club (snob hill), Stewart Avenue, and some in the Estates and Mott) but most live in normal sized 500,000 to million dollar homes on the East Side near Country Life, in the Esates, or in the mott.) Many of the adults are wall street traders, brokers, lawyers, business owners, or doctors. Kids tend to throw down either at a house party or in random outdoor locations. The smart kids and great athletes of gchs tend to end up at Ivy League or similar institutions (Georgetown, Boston College, Notre Dame, NYU, UVA, Lehigh, Bucknell, Loyola, Trinity, Colby, Bowdoin, Haverford, etc.) Other popular choices include Villanova, Fairfield University, and Fordham University. Some at GCHS are stuck up and can be mean but most tend to be pretty laid back and chill. The language of Garden City includes words such as 'shwag' and 'sketchy.' Most athletic recruits are from lax or field hockey, which produce many state champio...more...
The capitol city of the Great state of Missouri. One of the most rapidly growing capitol cities in the USA.
Jefferson City is the capitol of Missouri.
|25.||New York City|
The best city in the world!!! New York is home to several very famous tourist attractions, among them the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. The Big City is one of the fashion capitals of the world, and no wonder, what with fifth avenue. Some of their really great stores include Barney's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Sephora. NYC is also a celebrity hot spot, with tons of awesome clubs, where celebrities like MK & A hang out. There's no doubt about it: NEW YORK ROX!!!
I'm going shopping at the original Saks, in New York City!
The capitol city of Missouri.
I live in Jefferson City.
|27.||City of Villains|
The Villainous compliment to City of Heroes, also a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG), where players create villainous characters and spread crime as they see fit. Characters are divided by origin and archetype.
Origins: Magic, Mutant, Natural, Science, Technology
Archetypes: Corruptor, Dominator, Brute, Stalker, Mastermind
Corruptor: Primarily ranged offense with secondary defense, buff and/or healing
Dominator: Primarily control powers with secondary offensive powers
Mastermind: Primarily summons henchmen, secondary defense, buff and/or healing
Stalker: Primarily melee combat with secondary personal defensive powers, has stealth ability
Brute: Primarily melee combat with secondary personal defensive powers, more hitpoints than a stalker but cannot stealth
City of Villains also expanded the PvP (Player vs Player) aspect of City of Heroes, which started with no PvP. "The Arenas" were introduced to test PvP, and City of Villains was the actual implication of PvP. PvP is not required, however, and in either game one can stay in their own "hero" or "villain" zones and not encounter other fightable players.
"I play a Mastermind in City of Villains."
Rich City (Richmond), Kentucky Boyeee! Real close to Lex Town (Lexington).
We hold it down in Rich City.