A po-dunk hick town 30 mins south of Olympia. Used to be quiet. Now all the stupid big city people are jacking up the land/home prices! And they finally put in a MickeyDees. Great. Whats next, Walmart?
Go back to Seattle! Leave our cows alone! They do NOT tip over nicely! Its just a rumor!
Rochester, Washington. Home of the Warriors. Who used to be able to play football, now that I think about it....
A ghetto ass town in the middle of nowhere where every white person in the town is a hick and the closest store is 10 miles away. There's only 3 things to do in Oakville ; Smoke pot, Hang with your ghetto ass friends, or be a fatass and play video games all day. And also the place where everyone hates on Rochester (the next closest town).
God, why do I have to live in ghetto old Oakville?
My dealer lives in Oakville.
Oakville is so run down and ghetto.
Oakville Washington? Where the fuck is that?
1) A region north of New York City's suburbs. Essentially an extension of the Midwestern rustbelt, not that there's anything wrong with that other than the fact they're not exactly New York State's greatest economic asset. Its people have what is undoubtedly the world's worst inferiority complex; they hate being overshadowed by the City almost to the point of irrational hatred, when they might not have necessarily been there. Lovely places to observe nature like the Adirondacks and the Finger Lakes, but there aren't that many prominent resorts to enjoy it from. Most of the largish cities like Buffalo and Rochester are big manufacturing centers, but they're in relatively bad shape and need to be cleaned up (garbagewise and crimewise), revitalized, and repopulated.more...
2) The city and suburbs of Chicago, Illinois (aka Chicagoland). In this case, upstate is the heavily-urbanized part of the state, while downstate is more rural and dotted with smaller cities and towns.
3) Otherwise, the northern part of any socially or demographically divided state (Northern California, Seattle-area Washington, northern Texas, Florida panhandle, etc.)
a region that encompasses a full half of the United States. It now runs from Alaska and the coastlines of Washington and Oregon, all the way to the eastern shores of Maine and Massachusetts. This region has always had a higher population that the South, Southwest, or Canada. New York City is the still the largest metropolis with a population of about 8 million people. Other big cities include: Seattle,WA Portland,OR Boise,ID Billings,MT Denver,CO Sioux Falls,SD Omaha,NE Topeka,KS Kansas City,MO St. Louis,MO Des Moines,IA Twin Cities,MN Quad Cities,IA/IL Madison,WI Milwaukee,WI Chicago,IL Peoria,IL Springfield,IL Indianapolis,IN Evansville,IN Louisville,KY Cincinnati,OH Columbus,OH Dayton,OH Cleveland,OH Grand Rapids,MI Detroit,MI Erie,PA Pittsburgh,PA Allentown,PA Philadelphia,PA Baltimore,MD Wilmington,DE Washington,D.C. Newark,NJ Jersey City,NJ Albany,NY Rochester,NY Buffalo,NY Bridgeport,CT Hartford,CT Providence,RI Boston,MA Springfield,MA Worcester,MA Portland,ME and Manchester,NH.more...
Some of the best accents in the world (manner of speaking) are all throughout the North, with the most famous being Boston Urban, New Joysey, NYC, Ohio Brogue, Chicago Urban, Midwestern nasal twang, and South Midwest "rural" nasal twang.
Every race in the world are in various parts of the North, especially NYC and Chicago. All ethnicities and nationalities reside within these giant cities, as these are cultural, cosmopolitan areas where they all meet. This is the region that won the Civi...
A commonly mispelled city in upstate new york that is often called Binghampton. Binghamton is a roughly terrained city that is part of the triple cities. Any area that once strived on factories such as EJ Shoes, IBM, Universal and a cigar manufacturing plant. Binghamton is the second rainiest city in the United states besides Seattle Washington. Binghamton is surrounded the towns of Johnson City, Endicott, Endwell, Vestal and Owego. Most people tend to hate Binghamton for many reasons. Some complain of Poverty and a self-destructing Political Infrastructure, Some blame weather, some blame the loss of IBM and EJ and others blame snotty college kids as their problems. The real problem remains that people can't understand that all factories are being outsourced, we need the college for financial reasons, our "stupid" spedie fest brings tourism and poverty can be found in all cities. If you think we are bad, look at other towns all along our area. Cities/Towns such as Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo and Utica. Those towns have also lost much of their momentum. As for the weather, we cannot change it, so you might as well move if you can't stand it. Most of the problems Binghamton has, is going to be equally existant in every other city across the nation. Many just haven't experienced what it is like to actually live in a town with nothing to do, or even a town where the crime rate eliminates your choice to do what there is to do. So yea, you'll find out.more...