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I'll basically sum up the regions/states:

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 has a lower population but has rolling land and beautiful scenery.

West Coast; California, Oregon, Washington.
Known for Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle. This coast is amazing diverse with beaches, mountains, rolling land, and deserts. The weather is pretty amazing. Seattle is known for technology. People are generally healthy and happy out there. Some ghettos though are Compton, and East L.A. A problem is illegal immigration but honestly is adds to the local culture and boosts the economy.

Southwest; Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Houston is a huge city in the southwest. Known for hot sauce and cowboys this region has a lot to offer. It's not all desert as some people think and it barley rains.

Southeast; Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida. Big cities are Charleston, Montgomery, Atlanta, and Miami. Florida offers beautiful beaches and great weather. Accents are pretty noticable. However a accent from South Carolina and Georgia are different from each other. People talk slow and take life easy. Football is huge down there. Religon is also very popular. The South should not be written off as dumb and redneck because they have large cities as well and stereotypes aren't true.

Debatable states; Hawaii, Alaska, West Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky. People say Maryland is south because they succeded from the union. That makes no sense what so ever because California fought with the North but you wouldn't call California a northeastern state. Hawaii and Alaska aren't boredering any states so they kinda fit into their own categroy. Kentucky could be mid-west or southern and West Virgnia could be North or South more likely central though.

Each state is diverse and offers something. We all are strong and united as one.
NYC, Boston, Atlanta, Montgomery, Houston, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, which ether city you go is great and unique. UNITED STATES = AMAZING.
by Jersey Kid November 28, 2007
 
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If you don't like it, go live in Canada mother fuckers.
hmmmm... what do you put in these things??
by fub September 15, 2004
 
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The place south of the Canadian border. Has nice people in it, as well as pricks. Powerful government, if sometimes self-serving and misleading.
The United States is okay.
by huzzah November 03, 2003
 
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A country inbetween Canada and Mexico
I'm proud to live in the U S of A
by imaprettycoolbrunette February 10, 2005
 
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A federal constitutional republic comprised of 50 states and a federal district (Washington D.C.). The United States is one of the world's most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations, this is due to widespread immigration from multiple regions around the globe.

Economically, the United States has the largest nominal GDP in the world. Militarily, it has the largest defense budget in the world. Politically, it yields significant influence through partnerships such as NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), and strong ties to individual countries such as the U.K., Japan, Israel, Canada, Australia and South Korea. Culturally, the U.S. continues to yield significant influence through Hollywood and other widely viewed pop culture media.
If it weren't for the United States the European Union would be known as either Nazi Germany or the U.S.S.R.
by Dude 9 March 13, 2010
 
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Country with less individuals than there are rulers.
A land of indoctrination in which the people think what the media says they should.
A land in the media think what corporations and religion says.
An area on our planet with megalomaniac power, with too little altruism or tolerance, with inhabitants that need the truth and other values than superficial materialism or consumerism.
get your head out of your ass
by I. Waldman July 29, 2003
 
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America has shined as a beacon of freedom in an unfree world for more than two centuries. To this day, for instance, most people living outside our borders reside in countries where the private practice of broadcast journalism is illegal and where the state is the dominant banker. Americans can say anything they want, worship any god they choose, and associate with any motley crew around. Our legacy is not slave chains, Wounded Knee, and the murder of James Byrd, but American GIs liberating a Nazi death camp, an immigrant's first glance of lady liberty's torch, and Ronald Reagan exhorting the Soviet's to tear down the Berlin Wall. If nothing else, America means freedom.
America has shined as a beacon of freedom in an unfree world for more than two centuries. To this day, for instance, most people living outside our borders reside in countries where the private practice of broadcast journalism is illegal and where the state is the dominant banker. Americans can say anything they want, worship any god they choose, and associate with any motley crew around. Our legacy is not slave chains, Wounded Knee, and the murder of James Byrd, but American GIs liberating a Nazi death camp, an immigrant's first glance of lady liberty's torch, and Ronald Reagan exhorting the Soviet's to tear down the Berlin Wall. If nothing else, America means freedom. The United States owns.
by King Homo Erectus May 29, 2010
 
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Founded on July 4, 1776, the United States is the 4th largest country in the world and has around 310 million people living in it. Although it is a western nation founded by European countries, Native Americans have been living in it for thousands of years. Because of the western world's superior technology (similar to that of a 1950's science fiction where aliens conquer earth) and diseases, the Native American people faced genocide. Although the United States has high development and is a wealthy country, other nations criticize the United States because they view US citizens as fat and lazy, when most are hardworking and honest people. Although the US has many freedoms, this has lead to semi-literate partially insane morons abuse the power to create prejudice groups such as the WBC. Another flaw would indicate that people in the United States are starting lack integrity and intelligence as time progresses. Although there are still many intelligent people, it is partially true considering the fact that lower apes have been involved in politics multiple times.
Welcome to the United States, population 311,714,418
by Jag140 July 07, 2011