Hell on earth. If you have the chance to move here, reject it immediately.
Paradise, Texas: Hell, Endless agony, Hell-hole, Place of Small-Town-Torment
the most BORING PLACE ON EARTH!! Its only a place where rednecks, hillbillies, plastic christians, drunks, fat slobs, crackheads, & old people call paradise!!!!
Hardin Texas is the most boring place on earth!!!!!!
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He Sold His Soul for Rock 'n' Rollmore...
PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE...It has achieved cult status even among viewers who might not consider themselves Brian De Palma "fans," but who still appreciate its unique mixture of genres, flamboyant visual style, and biting social satire.
Aided by an insightful song score by star Paul Williams, the movie skewers the rock music industry (and by extension, other media as well) for its constant pursuit of "bigger and better highs," however destructive those highs may become.
De Palma's screenplay, openly inspired by PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, tells the tragic story of a talented but naive composer, Winslow Leach (William Finley). Believing that music impresario Swan (Williams) wants to work with him to produce his masterwork, a "rock cantata" based on the legend of Faust, Winslow hands over several songs to Swan's talent scout, Philbin (George Memmoli).
But Swan has no intention of giving him credit or involving him in the creative process. Winslow insists on his rights, and tries helping young singer Phoenix (Jessica Harper) to get a part in the production, but he's thrown out of Swan's office and home, then beaten up and framed for drug pushing. In prison, the humiliation continues when his teeth are removed as part of a "Dental Health Research Program" sponsored by the Swan Foundation.
Upon hearing that Swan's new rock palace, the Paradise, is about to open with a bastardized version of the cantata, Winslow escapes and breaks into ...
The Fabled Land. No one has ever seen this bung-filled paradise has lived to tell of it's wonders; instant death-by-bliss IS assured. Ruled over by the noble Bung-Baron: A. Nuss the #2, he is wise beyond his cheeks. (Note: not to be confused with Bungtropolis... That places... Bung!)
Ween: Hey Johnson, you still have that map to Bungopolis?
Johnson: Dude... NEVER ASK ME ABOUT THE BUNG. N E V E R!
Ween: So... That's a maybe?
*annoying ironic flat horn sound* wahhh~wuhhh -_-;
The BEST city in Michoacan. It's pretty small, but full of rich culture and friendly people. Home to the famous Cotija cheese. Most people go there in December to visit there family. There is a very popular tradition there called the "confetti" every Sunday night people (mostly teenagers) go to the plaza and walk around in circles throwing confetti at people they think are cute, sometimes guys will give girls roses and ask them to walk a lap around the Plaza with them. Most people there drive Motorcycles or Quads because of the small streets. Your most likely to find people from Cotija in California, Texas, and New York. It has a pretty crazy night life even though there is only a few discos/bars/clubs. The newest and most popular right now is El Baul. Many cute guys and girls there. At night a lot of guys pack into one car and blast music to creep on girls walking on the sidewalks. It's a small pueblo you wont forget. * Not a tourist attraction if you or your parents arent from here, dont come because your not welcome. We want to keep our small town small.
Are you going to Cotija this December?
Hell yeah, im going to Cotija! You know it!!
I'll basically sum up the regions/states:more...
Northeast; Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Famous for NYC and Jersey shores. Known for high education and lots of money but has some ghettos like Camden, West Philly, Harlem and more. Despite popular believe it is not freezing here. It can get as hot as 90 - 100 degrees in the summer. The spring is usually warm and rainy. The fall is nice. And Winter is cold but no one cares cause snow means no school and fun. We don't think we have accents but we do. New York (Brooklyn, Staten Island accents), Boston, Philly, Jersey all have accents. Jersey people say Jurzee not Joisey. We talk pretty fast and everyone's in a rush. Parties are crazy up here. We are diverse, whites, blacks, hispanics, asians all live together. Sports are big, especially baseball, soccer, lax, football, and cheerleading.
Midwest; Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, North and South Dakota. Known for Chicago and Detroit. They have a slight accent. Midwest may not have beaches but it is still an intresting part of the country.
West; Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. Known for Las Vegas, Denver and Salt Lake City. Las Vegas is paradise. It might not have beaches but with pools so great you really don't need them. This part of the country ha...
A dedicated member of society, generally of the paradise of South Texas, who devotes his or her life to cheering on the San Antonio Spurs.
Also known as:
Spurs Superfans are way better than Hornet bandwagon jumpers.