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BACONisMEATcandy
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Shreveport

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Paul Allen






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Salmon
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25070 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Portland, Maine





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Y.A. Tittle
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Member since Sep 2003
47881 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Baltimore, MD


Baltimore = St. Louis

Both have really great old stock as cities (as in infrastructure/housing), but both seem rather sad, at this point in time, as to how many folks have moved out of each place.

I suppose, to an extent, that makes both underrated.






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pooponsaban
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2008
12988 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


And not a city listed thus far.





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GreatLakesTiger24
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Bogie's
Member since May 2012
11896 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Rustan, LA

it's a very wealthy town





Scottsdale






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ColoradoAg03
Texas A&M Fan
Denver, CO
Member since Oct 2012
1465 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Ft Collins, if you can handle all the extreme liberals.





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LSUballs
LA-Monroe Fan
RayVegas LA
Member since Feb 2008
19220 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Portland, Maine




Eww






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Salmon
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Milwaukee is not a city?





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GRTiger
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


quote:

And not a city listed thus far.


?






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alajones
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Hell
Member since Oct 2005
21540 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Huntsville, AL







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pooponsaban
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2008
12988 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


There are 3 cities in the United States. New York, Chicago, San Fran and maybe New Orleans. The rest are metro-plex. Strip malls and suburbs aren't cities.





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Salmon
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


oh, you're just back to being a trolling retard again

ok






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thatguy
New Orleans Saints Fan
Watson
Member since Aug 2006
5873 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


San Antonio





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I Love Bama
Alabama Fan
Alabama
Member since Nov 2007
31307 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Who says Huntsville is awesome?





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RonBurgundy
LSU Fan
Whale's Vagina(San Diego)
Member since Oct 2005
8847 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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There are 3 cities in the United States. New York, Chicago, San Fran and maybe New Orleans. The rest are metro-plex. Strip malls and suburbs aren't cities.



Portland and Austin disagree with you, both way better cities than NOLA.



This post was edited on 6/27 at 1:55 pm


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Mullen3:16
George Mason Fan
Nerlins, LA
Member since May 2012
4708 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Huntsville, AL








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GRTiger
USA Fan
On a roof eating alligator pie
Member since Dec 2008
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


quote:


oh, you're just back to being a trolling retard again

ok


Yea, I just realized who posted it. Moving on...






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pooponsaban
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2008
12988 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Not at all. Why or how could what I said be considered trolling?





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ballscaster
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Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
Member since Jun 2013
5400 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Asheville
Philadelphia






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ballscaster
St. John's Fan
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
Member since Jun 2013
5400 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


quote:

Seattle,WA
Haven't heard an unkind word about Seattle in my life, other than that it rains a tad and they don't like building basketball arenas on command. I'd say Seattle is near-universally beloved.






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