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2018-05-29 1:56:10 PM  
Hard-hitting jornalism. Hard-hit journalism. Hit journalism hard.
 
2018-05-29 2:02:26 PM  
In Utah, there is the city of Hurricane while in Texas, there is a small town called Rainbow.

In Pennsylvania, you have go past Blue Ball to get to Intercourse and eventually come upon Paradise.
 
2018-05-29 2:07:22 PM  

Prey4reign: In Utah, there is the city of Hurricane while in Texas, there is a small town called Rainbow.

In Pennsylvania, you have go past Blue Ball to get to Intercourse and eventually come upon Paradise.


Newfoundland has a Dildo.
 
2018-05-29 2:13:06 PM  

StatelyGreekAutomaton: Prey4reign: In Utah, there is the city of Hurricane while in Texas, there is a small town called Rainbow.

In Pennsylvania, you have go past Blue Ball to get to Intercourse and eventually come upon Paradise.

Newfoundland has a Dildo.


Ohio is chagrined about the name of one of its small rivers.
 
2018-05-29 2:14:22 PM  

FrancoFile: StatelyGreekAutomaton: Prey4reign: In Utah, there is the city of Hurricane while in Texas, there is a small town called Rainbow.

In Pennsylvania, you have go past Blue Ball to get to Intercourse and eventually come upon Paradise.

Newfoundland has a Dildo.

Ohio is chagrined about the name of one of its small rivers.


Michigan has a Hell, which is sort of redundant.
 
2018-05-29 2:19:40 PM  
I'd rather go to farking, Austria, or Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
 
2018-05-29 2:29:52 PM  
Yolo, California. I ran across it again a day or two ago while working on my never-ending family tree.

A real place with an acronymic name. Town came first, though.
 
2018-05-29 3:18:27 PM  
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2018-05-29 3:38:03 PM  
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2018-05-29 3:41:42 PM  

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2018-05-29 3:45:10 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: [img.fark.net image 684x545]


4,100 is from the 2010 census, so DailyFail actually did some legwork.
 
2018-05-29 3:51:22 PM  
Shuh right. If it's that close to Sacramento it's probably a fascist right-wing hornet's nest of spitting white hatred. There are two Californias: the real one, and the weird creepy one that's around 100 mines inland. "There is no life east of the 5"
 
2018-05-29 3:51:46 PM  
*miles
 
2018-05-29 4:07:52 PM  
Are roads missing?  Does Sacramento not have jobs?  How are they not overwhelmed with commuters?
/you don't want to know the overlap between the California Highway System and the fault lines
//no overlap of I-80 and I-5
///No idea if they moved the capital to Sacramento to work as a base after the "Big One", but it is in the right location.  I think Palm Springs is another safe spot.  Not many others (Fresno?  I'd rather be in Sacramento.  Not sure if Fresno is safe).
/V haven't been to Sacramento in 30 years, but thought it was fine then.  Other northern Californians seem wimpified by their climate and can't take the heat.
 
2018-05-29 5:13:32 PM  

caution: NotThatGuyAgain: [img.fark.net image 684x545]

4,100 is from the 2010 census, so DailyFail actually did some legwork.


I'm not arguing with you, but right or wrong is almost irrelevant to basic page layout.  "Hey, the population in the sentence right above the picture isn't anywhere close to what's on the sign....um, just run with it."
 
2018-05-29 5:50:18 PM  
Here in Alpine TX, we're roughly a mile up with just short of 6,000 people. We're the largest town in the immediate area, with the other three surrounding towns having as little as a quarter of that. It is not cool here in any sense of the word

/It is, however, a dry heat
 
2018-05-29 6:31:29 PM  

Stephen_Falken: Shuh right. If it's that close to Sacramento it's probably a fascist right-wing hornet's nest of spitting white hatred. There are two Californias: the real one, and the weird creepy one that's around 100 mines inland. "There is no life east of the 5"


Not sure why it is, but the foothills along the east sides of the Willamette and Central valleys form a sort of meth belt. Too bad, because "above the fog and below the snow" is a nice place to live.
 
2018-05-29 7:17:39 PM  

JNowe: FrancoFile: StatelyGreekAutomaton: Prey4reign: In Utah, there is the city of Hurricane while in Texas, there is a small town called Rainbow.

In Pennsylvania, you have go past Blue Ball to get to Intercourse and eventually come upon Paradise.

Newfoundland has a Dildo.

Ohio is chagrined about the name of one of its small rivers.

Michigan has a Hell, which is sort of redundant.


Where I grew up (northern Wisconsin), we used to have a joke that there were three places you could end up: Heaven, Hell (Michigan), and Hurley (Wisconsin). And some people compared Hurley to Sodom and Gomorrah (the many strip clubs there were de facto whorehouses, the bars would cheerfully serve minors, and the mayor, police chief, and town council never met a bribe they didn't take). Eventually, the residents of Hurley had enough of the corruption and debauchery and forced a cleanup of the town. Today, Hurley is a rather boring town with around 1,500 people living there. Oh, and Al Capone's brother appears to have died there in 1974.
 
2018-05-29 8:43:30 PM  
That right there is a quality headline.
 
2018-05-29 11:28:17 PM  
We've also got a Weed.
 
2018-05-29 11:43:06 PM  
Having grown up on the other side of the canyon from Cool, I can attest that it is not cool. The drive on Highway 49 going in is pretty cool, though.
 
2018-05-30 9:46:27 AM  

Stephen_Falken: Shuh right. If it's that close to Sacramento it's probably a fascist right-wing hornet's nest of spitting white hatred. There are two Californias: the real one, and the weird creepy one that's around 100 mines inland. "There is no life east of the 5"


"the 5".
Spoken like a real Southern CA illiterate.
 
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