1. Post #41
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    Why doesn't New Hampshire have any conventions?

    It'd be the PERFECT place
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  2. Post #42
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    Manchester, Connecticut here.

    I absolutely love it here.

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    Mainah reporting in from Penobscot County


    Map for reference
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  4. Post #44
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    Braintree Massachusetts here. Just had my first Dunkin' coffee coolatta of the summer. Let the summer begin.
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  5. Post #45

    April 2012
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    Manchester, Connecticut here.

    I absolutely love it here.

    I was just there yesterday

  6. Post #46
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    I hope this afternoon's thunderstorm doesn't turn out to be a dud. Anyone else getting hit yet?

  7. Post #47
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    Why doesn't New Hampshire have any conventions?

    It'd be the PERFECT place
    did you not notice how conventions are always in big cities and outside of concord, manchester, and nashua new hampshire is mostly woods and tiny towns?

  8. Post #48
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    I'm in Mystic CT, is anyone else nearby? God I love it here. Though the amount of tourists here can get kind of annoying during the Summer.

  9. Post #49
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    going to Boston Uni next year.

  10. Post #50

    April 2012
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    I'm in Mystic CT, is anyone else nearby? God I love it here. Though the amount of tourists here can get kind of annoying during the Summer.
    I'm up in the little notch part of CT, AKA a few hours away.

  11. Post #51
    itty-bitty pretty kitty
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    I love how you can tell a non-MAer by how they pronounce "Amherst" and "Worcester"

  12. Post #52
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    how does a "non-MAer" say amherst?

  13. Post #53

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    I just say it like a normal person would 'Am-herst'

  14. Post #54
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    All of the New Yorkers are butthurt because we exclude them.

  15. Post #55

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    Yeah, its somewhat sad

  16. Post #56
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  17. Post #57
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    I lived in Manchester, NH for 17 years until I moved down here to New Mexico last year :( I sure do miss it. I visit every now and then though
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    All of the New Yorkers are butthurt because we exclude them.
    It's all New York City's fault if they weren't here then we'd be included.

    Stupid NYC ruining it for everyone.



    :c

  19. Post #59
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    June 2007
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    I'm in Maine's capital. Kinda shit.

    Maine is way more boring than Stephen King and Silent Hill make it seem. Not a scary state at all.
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  20. Post #60
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    Holy shit same(To the north central CT part )

    I love New England aswell.

    Whats everyone's favorite NE food? Mines Clam Chowder personally
    I don't really like our stereotypical foods, Lobster is alright but I hate clam chowder's texture.
    Of the stereotypical foods Blueberries are my favorite. We have a lot of wild ones at my house.

  21. Post #61
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    Another fellow Bostonian here.
    Pretty sure MA has more Dunkin Donuts per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
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    Another fellow Bostonian here.
    Pretty sure MA has more Dunkin Donuts per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
    In my town of about 3,000 people, there's plans to build one. And the next town over, they're building one. And the town after that, there's about 4.
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    I don't really like our stereotypical foods, Lobster is alright but I hate clam chowder's texture.
    Of the stereotypical foods Blueberries are my favorite. We have a lot of wild ones at my house.
    how do you not like new england clam chowder. HOOOOOOOOW

    Pretty sure MA has more Dunkin Donuts per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
    behold the city of boston



    it seems to only show 50 locations max

  24. Post #64
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    I don't really like our stereotypical foods, Lobster is alright but I hate clam chowder's texture.
    Of the stereotypical foods Blueberries are my favorite. We have a lot of wild ones at my house.
    Are you sure you're not a spy from New York City?
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  25. Post #65

    April 2012
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    Are you sure you're not a spy from New York City?
    Definitely spy.

  26. Post #66
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    CHOWDUH.
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  27. Post #67
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    please tell me you guys have at least tried this once

    also, southern Mainer here, ye
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  28. Post #68
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    New Haven, Connecticut here.

    In Waterbury. I don't like it here.
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  29. Post #69
    hey
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    New Haven, Connecticut here.

    In Waterbury. I don't like it here.
    i always have to go down through Waterbury on certain roadtrips with my parents

    comparable to a depressive wasteland with all the urban decay

    CHOWDUH.
    oystah crackahs

  30. Post #70
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    i always have to go down through Waterbury on certain roadtrips with my parents

    comparable to a depressive wasteland with all the urban decay
    Well if you go on the highway then you don't even get to see the worst of Waterbury. The backroads are pretty bad.

  31. Post #71
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    New Haven, Connecticut here.

    In Waterbury. I don't like it here.
    And this is why I like living in a tourist area. (Near downtown Mystic.)

  32. Post #72
    hey
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    any SMCC, CMCC, or Bates students here?

  33. Post #73
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    I'm considering moving to Vermont in the next couple of years. I enjoy firearms and shooting as a hobby, so a state with no idea what "Gun Control" is seems like the best option for someone who also loves maple syrup and being buried alive in snow.

    What are some good areas in Vermont for living? Also, are there any universities in Vermont that specialise in or are really good for biological sciences?

    Edited:

    Another fellow Bostonian here.
    Pretty sure MA has more Dunkin Donuts per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
    Hey man, chill. Cops gotta eat right?

  34. Post #74
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    that seems like a really weird reason to move to a state

    normally people move because of a job offer or a school or because they found a house they like or beacuse of family or something else

    but just because of the gun control laws and weather?

  35. Post #75
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    I'm considering moving to Vermont in the next couple of years. I enjoy firearms and shooting as a hobby, so a state with no idea what "Gun Control" is seems like the best option for someone who also loves maple syrup and being buried alive in snow.
    current firearm laws in Maine are pretty loose; for example, you can buy a semi-automatic rifle that's common for the civilian market (e.g. surplus Mosin Nagants) with only a background check, and if you check out, then you are good to go

  36. Post #76
    Connoisseur of Maple Syrup, Guns, and Sex Toys
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    August 2008
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    that seems like a really weird reason to move to a state

    normally people move because of a job offer or a school or because they found a house they like or beacuse of family or something else

    but just because of the gun control laws and weather?
    1) I love guns
    2) I love the cold
    3) I love maple syrup
    4) I love the cold
    5) I hate the South

    Edited:

    current firearm laws in Maine are pretty loose; for example, you can buy a semi-automatic rifle that's common for the civilian market (e.g. surplus Mosin Nagants) with only a background check, and if you check out, then you are good to go
    I said Vermont, yo.

  37. Post #77

    January 2010
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    Vermont is pretty everywhere (especially in the fall). It's wicked nice there and I think I might move there when I am done with things where I'm at.



    Oh btw, I live in the North Eastern corner of Connecticut.

  38. Post #78
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    please tell me you guys have at least tried this once

    also, southern Mainer here, ye
    is moxie a new england thing? it is one of the worst things ever and is always funny to get people who have never heard of it to try it.

    also i would think NH would have less gun control than vermont... but i dont know for sure
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  39. Post #79
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    Jeez no Rhode Islanders?

    Ok fine

  40. Post #80
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    is moxie a new england thing? it is one of the worst things ever and is always funny to get people who have never heard of it to try it.

    also i would think NH would have less gun control than vermont... but i dont know for sure
    Nope. Vermont has some of the most lenient gun laws in the country