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GRTiger
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Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Asheville
Philadelphia


Can't you read? The thread is over because it asks for cities and there are only three in the country.






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


Kennerbrah





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Spaulding Smails
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Stillwater, OK







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


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Baltimore, MD

What I hear: Horrible, dirty city
What I saw: Not that dirty, interesting field trip

Yes. Underrated.






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3xlsugrad
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


New Orleans





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


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Can't you read? The thread is over because it asks for cities and there are only three in the country.

I meant

Peoria
Hackensack
Flagstaff
The Colony
Rockville






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Tommy Callahan
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Dry Prong, LA

/thread






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


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Who says Huntsville is awesome?
Growing economy, low minority rate (for the south), highly educated population, fairly pretty scenery, within driving distance of Atlanta and Nashville, 6 1/2 hours to the beach, military post, Jones Valley, Monte Sano.

Only real knock is that it is a shitty sports town. But that's okay for an LSU fan in Alabama.






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Jp1LSU
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Providence, RI comes to mind. Very good restaurant town. Overall nice city.





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I Love Bama
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Jp1LSU


ALTER!!!






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sneakytiger
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Tampa Bay





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Solo
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Minneapolis. Awesome spot.





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I Love Bama
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


So it sounds like its underrated. ...





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


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Providence, RI comes to mind. Very good restaurant town. Overall nice city.

Sneaky good town. I agree.






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


I think you are confusing the two different threads.





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I Love Bama
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


frick. You're right.





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Tiger n Austin
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


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Portland, Maine


Very very underrated city. Love this place.






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


Baltimore! Good call. Estes Park also a solid choice....town looks like a postcard.





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


Seattle easily
Scottsdale






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MSTiger33
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Pittsburgh





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