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The year I’ll compare any bad event in my life to in order to make myself feel better
by Legoman3319 April 26, 2020
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An office building complex in New York City. The original complex was built between the late 1960s and early 1980s. One and Two World Trade Center or the “Twin Towers” were the centerpiece of the complex, each reaching over 1,300 feet. The towers along with the complex was destroyed on September 11, 2001 in a terrorist attack. The complex is currently being rebuilt with towers 1 and 4 being completed as of 2018.
by Legoman3319 February 1, 2018
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A city of about 500,000 people in the eastern Nebraska that is way overlooked. Despite the city being located in an equally overlooked state, the city has a lot to offer. First, the people are nice and welcoming. The city is also home to the CWS, a huge indie/concert scene, and new architecture and hotels. The city is also generally safer than other major cities with relatively low crime and traffic. The roads could use work though.
Omaha is a city in Nebraska
by Legoman3319 February 1, 2018
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A large settlement of people, typically over 100,000 residents. Most cities are fairly large overcome with roping interstates and glass skyscrapers that blind people with sunlight reflected off of the windows. Most larger cities also have significantly more pollution because of power plants, factories, and cars. Most cities can also be seen as a large glowing dot when viewed from outer space. People sometimes also commute to a city from a small town nearby to work, which could cause a city’s daytime population to rise by a considerable amount.
I live in a large city of 450,000 people.
by Legoman3319 February 10, 2018
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A term used to describe the bipolar nature of Nebraskan weather

Essentially when consistently moderate temperatures suggesting an early spring are interrupted by a surprise snowstorm and freezing temperatures
Person 1: Wow, it’s nice out today

Person 2: Yeah, maybe spring came early this year
Person 2: ....or maybe not
Person 1: Looks like we just got Nebraska’d
by Legoman3319 February 20, 2020
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A term that I coined myself....

Basically can be used to describe the time period in the Midwestern United States (usually March to about late April/early May) where the winter snow begins to melt as the temperatures increase

This makes the streets of cities in this region wet almost constantly, even sometimes accompanied by miniature rivers.

Aka spring
The Great Melting is my favorite time of year....kinda
by Legoman3319 January 8, 2020
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A driver, who when behind the wheel of a car, uses excessive speed to reach their destination, often breaking the speed limit and passing cars in the process. A typical speed demon may become agitated or even angry when something (traffic, car accident, slower driver, etc.) appears that requires traveling at a slower speed.

Being a speed demon can have consequences as well, whether it be speeding tickets, unintentional tailgating, or even a car accident if one is not careful.
John is a total speed demon. Last night he reached 95 in his car!
by Legoman3319 July 9, 2021
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