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Unread postby Lady Lazarus » Wed Apr 09, 2003 6:16 am

S-y-d-n-e-y is how you spell it.
Anywayz I love my city and respect yours.
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Unread postby Mei Zhen » Wed Apr 09, 2003 8:35 pm

I've lived nearly my entire life in New York City, but I was born in Hong Kong, and am currently at school in Buffalo, New York. Brr.

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Unread postby Emily » Wed Apr 09, 2003 9:34 pm

Lightsyde wrote:dallas obviously. there is almost no better place to be than the american south.


Yes! I totally agree, and especially Texas. (Why exactly? I'm not sure- it just is.) I try to tell others just how great it is, but some just can't seem to understand. *sigh* :P

Anyway, I live in Lufkin, a decent-sized town (about 40,000 people) in East Texas that's not too urban, but not too country either. I like it. I have to drive 25 miles to school- Stephen F. Austin- everyday, but it's not too bad. And if I just absolutely have to go to a bigger city, we're about an hour from Tyler and 2 1/2 hours from Houston. (And Lightsyde- I was born in Dallas, and have lived near Amarillo as well.)

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Unread postby Pang Shiyuan » Thu Apr 10, 2003 6:28 am

Han Xin wrote:The NBL? :lol: I haven't watch Australian (~cough, American impersonating as Australian) Basketball for a long time now. Are those losers still around? I thought the whole league would folled years back.


Yeah, the "best" "Aussie" basketball players are usually Americans who didn't make it very far in the country, who migrated to Australia and beat the crap out of the others because the American standard of basketball is way higher than that over here, haha.

As for the Opera House, Last Christmas my friends and I drove to the Gold Coast, we purposely avoid going into the toxic dump called Sydeney. I guess those Opera House and the Harbour Bridge must look really nice with those toxic polution around. :lol:


Maybe it helps both of those "structures" to stand out amongst the toxicity that is Sydney? :lol:

Sydney bashing is one of my favourite past times if you haven't noticed by now, Chris. :D

btw, maybe we should get other Sydney dudes to join this discussion...i think you're severely undermanned, heh.
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Unread postby Evil Azn Chris » Thu Apr 10, 2003 6:40 am

Hehe...maybe we do not an inter-city war topic now... :P

but anyway, I don't need any Sydney people to help me :P

Sydney people are smart enough to take on 2 or more Melbourner's :P

And yes...Mocking Melbourne is one of my hobbies.....
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Unread postby Andrew J » Thu Apr 10, 2003 8:22 am

I live in Bradford, England, often portrayed as Bradistan in the movie East is East.

I live near Wang Zijun.

Isnt there anyone else who is in Yorkshire? (Im in the west)
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Unread postby Pang Shiyuan » Thu Apr 10, 2003 11:55 am

Evil Azn Chris wrote:Hehe...maybe we do not an inter-city war topic now... :P


Where's Dogbert when you need him?

but anyway, I don't need any Sydney people to help me :P

Sydney people are smart enough to take on 2 or more Melbourner's :P

And yes...Mocking Melbourne is one of my hobbies.....


Err...i beg to differ...our VCE system IMHO is far better (although not perfect), than the HSC. :lol:
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Unread postby Al Enmity » Thu Apr 10, 2003 11:40 pm

I live in Plymouth, Minnesota. I've lived in Minnesota my whole life, and have been to very few places other than it.
...How boring for me. :lol:
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Unread postby Alucard » Sat Apr 19, 2003 3:09 pm

i live in Cranston, Rhode Island. good place to live.
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Unread postby kenshin » Sun Apr 20, 2003 8:57 pm

I live in Aberdeen Maryland U.S., its small and an All-American City........don't know what that means but its a fancy title :D
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