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TDawg1313
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I know Portland has a pretty good light rail system, but Seattle is starting to build some more from what I've read.


There's finally a plan to connect the Eastside to Seattle. That will be soooo nice.
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Its supposed to be 117 here tomorrow and over 115 for the next 3 days. FML!

I couldn't even go outside. I'd die.






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lsu480
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Good running weather



Ya...running from the house to the pool!






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lsu480
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I couldn't even go outside. I'd die.



Going outside is nothing compared to getting into your car, especially if it has not been parked in the shade.






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SpartyGator
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Going outside is nothing compared to getting into your car, especially if it has not been parked in the shade.


The inside of the car after being out in even 90 degress is a bitch, I couldn't imagine 115 (even if it is dry heat)


stay cool



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lsu480
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The inside of the car has to be a bitch, and stay cool



Ya...you can burn yourself VERY easily if you aren't careful. I do have remote start though and try to use that whenever possible.

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I couldn't imagine 115 (even if it is dry heat)


Opening the door to go outside is like opening your oven, you get that blast of heat. Its the worst bro!

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The inside of the car after being out in even 90 degress is a bitch,


Think of how nice and cool your car is at 65 vs 90......the difference between 90 and 115 is just as bad!



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ColoradoAg03
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This thread is blurring the line between city and town.

Estes Park has been thrown out there a few times. While I agree Estes Park is badarse, it by no means is a city. It only has about 3 stop lights for goodness sake.






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Y.A. Tittle
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As for moving, I wouldn't mind Seattle.


It's funny to see so many folks listing Seattle, given how hyped it was as a place about 20 or so years ago. It was basically Austin, before Austin was Austin (or, perhaps, what Austin wants to be).

For the record, I've never been, but always heard it's a pretty great place. Which is why I don't get how it is "underrated."






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Salmon
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Yeah I definitely do not consider Seattle, nor Portland to be underrated. Both of those cities are widely loved.

I've been to both. I prefer Seattle.






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RogerTheShrubber
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People die here if it hits 80. I can't imagine over 110.





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Gamecox20
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Minneapolis. Awesome spot.



I hear the Minneapolis/St. Paul region is awesome. Just out of curiosity, what makes it so great?






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Mootsman
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Charlotte, NC
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Asheville, NC





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pooponsaban
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Baton Rouge
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This thread is blurring the line between city and town.


That was my point.






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lsu480
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People die here if it hits 80. I can't imagine over 110.



Its weird...I can tolerate 110 but 115 feels about 20 degrees hotter than 110. Its amazing the difference that 5 degrees can make. Uggghhhh!






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RogerTheShrubber
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For the record, I've never been, but always heard it's a pretty great place. Which is why I don't get how it is "underrated."



It's one of those places like Colorado everyone says they would love to live but never do. I wouldn't say it's underrated but definitely not overrated. It's the only big city I care about anymore, but it's one helluva place.








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trillhog
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i would say portland is slightly overated, it's awesome but it's not that awesome, i'd rather live in a lot of other places personally.





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lsu480
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I love Seattle!





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GRTiger
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That was my point.


No, it wasn't.






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Monticello
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Birmingham
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.


Flagstaff, AZ
Florence, AL
San Luis Obispo, CA
Portland, Maine
Charleston, SC






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GumBro Jackson
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New Orleans
Member since Mar 2011
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I think Baltimore and Philly are both underrated. Those are interesting cities with a lot of history and tons going on, but they don't get a lot of love.

Seattle may well be great, but in no way do I think it is underrated b/c it is so widely acknowledged.

Nationally Nashville flies under the radar a bit, but most people on the OT (and in the south generally) know how cool it is.






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pooponsaban
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No, it wasn't.


Then what was my point? Since you are in my head and all...






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