Maine's a great place compared to the rest of the country. You go to California, Arizona, Kentucky, any place in America and it's just people after people after people.
Maine is where refugees from other states come to live, unfortunately some of them bring their liberal ideas and try to ruin it for everyone.
Unlike other states, in Maine we don't drive like its the Daytona 500.
We have lots of drugs and alcohol, which is bad, but at least they don't spawn gangs like they would in New Jersey or some unfortunate state.
Maine's economy, compared to the rest of the nation, is like a 3rd world country's. But that's a good thing, it makes people from away not want to screw up our state with their greed.
We have good gun laws up here. If you want guns, come to Maine! You know your gun laws are good when Massachusetts complains about them not being strict enough.
Maine is a lot more conservative than people give it credit for. It's not really a blue state at all. We voted down gay marriage, have lenient gun laws, and have all Republic house, legislator, and governor. Living in Maine is almost like living in the south, just without the people.
If you don't want to get shot while walking home from the grocery store, move to Maine!
Actually, stay at home, because we don't want you here.
Maine is definitely better than the state you come from.
And Paul Lepage is the shit. If you don't like him you don't belong in Maine.
I don't really know what to write here.

Maine. Does that make the editor happy now?
by gunsandconservativeness August 04, 2011
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a state where to fit in, you need to (1) live in a trailer, (2) own 3+ of each: trucks, ATVs, snowmobiles and guns, (3) wear the combo mullet/greasy baseball cap/Wal*Mart insulated flannel/ sweatpants/ boots, (4) know and enjoy moxie and oxy, and (5) have a not-so-remote resemblance to what should be an unrelated cousin.
Your career options are (1) collecting carts from the parking lots of grocery stores in freezing rain at night without reflective jackets, (2) stuffin' lobster rolls in McD, (3) sort empty stinking bottles in a redemption center (in ME there's a 5c dep on cans/bottles that you then turn in for cash, and some poor soul has to sort them by vendor in rancid containers; normally you can turn them in for beer right there, as most places double-up as beer/wine shacks to perpetuate the cycle); for the college- educated the option is to work for a call center calling on delinquent credit card deadbeats. Maine consistently ranks at the bottom, along with Louisiana and Mississippi in stats such as teenage pregnancy, smoking rates, educational spending, literacy, income, unemployment, small business climate, energy costs and the like.

That said, the people for the most part are down-to-eart, generally nice and helpful, and a little provincial. The state is really two different states: southern maine, which is quickly becoming a Boston suburb while yet in denial about sprawl, traffic jams, crime and related issues, and north/east, generally starting from Lewiston/Auburn up; rural, some farming/forestry/lobstering/welfare, claiming to be the real Maine. It is a part of the state where going out-of-state generally means an overnight trip, sometimes to a strip club in near the border in Quebec, or a bar in New Brunswick, Canada, where the drinking age is 18. Maine a state of striking natural beauty, both along the coast (the farther northeast you go, the better and wilder it is), as well as the mountains in the west, the lakes are nice, too. The natives along the coast are getting squeezed by out-of-staters buying up oceanfront properties as vacaton homes and thus driving the values/taxes up.
Mainers like potatoes, blueberries, lobster, LL Bean, apples, venison, PBR and dislike out-of-staters (mass-holes from Mass., frenchies from Quebec, new-hamsterites from NH).
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Pretty cool place if you live in portland which, actully has some soft of a down town are in it. You can find plenty of thing to do and if you cant, there are a shit load of woods to blaze in. The cops are pretty big assholes though. The tourist are bitchasses, but fun to laugh. There is also a fair amount od nice coast line.
Shit the tourist are gone and there is nothing to do in Maine. Well i guess we better head into the woods and smoke a shit load
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The best damn drinking University in the Eastern United States. The place where people come and leave saying things like: "Orono It'll getcha drunk" Or "Ociffer, I swear to drunk i'm not God. " Or you will fully know how to conjucate Stove: stove, stoven, has been stiven, stivied, all staved to hell. Ohrono!
Example of how drunk maine is: Maine Stein Song
Fill the steins to dear old Maine.
Shout till the rafters ring!
Stand and drink a toast once again!
Let every loyal Maine fan sing.
Drink to all the happy hours,
Drink to the careless days.
Drink to Maine, our Alma Mater,
The college of our hearts always.

To the trees, to the sky,
To the Spring in its glorious happiness;
To the youth, to the fire,
To the life that is moving and calling us!
To the Gods, to the Fates,
To the rulers of men and their destinies;
To the lips, to the eyes,
To the ones who will love us some day.

Oh, fill the steins to dear old Maine.
Shout till the rafters ring!
Stand and drink a toast once again!
Let every loyal Maine fan sing.
Then drink to all the happy hours,
Drink to the careless days.
Drink to Maine, our Alma Mater,
The college of our hearts always.
by Willy Beamen May 04, 2006
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Maine is the place to be, there’s warm summers with a wonderful ocean to jump into, and beautiful winters where skiing is always a go. Portland is lively and the people are nice... oh and and we don’t all say wicked or put ah at the end of every sentence.
Oh Maine, we love you so get in your car and Go! Go! Go!
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