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Thread: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

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    Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Which city in America do you think should be the model city?

    I say either San Fransisco or Los Angeles.
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom View Post
    Which city in America do you think should be the model city?

    I say either San Fransisco or Los Angeles.
    I don't think we have one. Our cities vary in too many ways.
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Austin, Texas, is pretty ideal.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by the makeout hobo View Post
    I don't think we have one. Our cities vary in too many ways.
    Well, this is all opinion based for the most part. Think of it as which city do you think has a political leaning in your favor, or culture, beauty, values ect. Basically if you were able to live in any city of your choice so long as it is in the United States, where would you move.
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    I am kind of partial to Athens, Ga. The only thing I ever found wrong with that city was Michael Stipe.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I am kind of partial to Athens, Ga. The only thing I ever found wrong with that city was Michael Stipe.
    I listened to one of his solo albums. He puts me to sleep.
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    I think LA and SF should slide into the pacific as soon as possible.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    I don't understand the OP question. A model city for what? What are we trying to represent? Are you basically asking me what I think the best American city is?

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    I don't understand the OP question. A model city for what? What are we trying to represent? Are you basically asking me what I think the best American city is?
    The question is, what city do you think represent America the best.

    When I think about america, I think about Los Angeles and New York.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Jacksonville makes it on the list but Boston doesn't? Madness.

    But yeah, other for Boston.

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