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2022-05-18 5:34:13 AM  
I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.
 
2022-05-18 5:36:18 AM  
They couldn't vote for Austin in the poll because of the Texas power grid failure.
 
2022-05-18 5:36:48 AM  
No matter how many things they have going for them, they're still in the heart of Gilead, and have to deal with all of the laws that entails. As red states go progressively further and further off the deep end, that means even bastions like Austin have a maximum on how good they can be of a place to live, and the more bullshiat the MAGAts pass, the lower that upper limit goes. Austin does a good job of staying near that upper limit... but if the limit itself falls far enough, there's no saving it.
 
2022-05-18 5:37:29 AM  
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2022-05-18 5:41:34 AM  

waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.


Honolulu is really nice.
 
2022-05-18 5:42:38 AM  

Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.


And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.
 
2022-05-18 5:44:32 AM  

waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.


WW2 war memorials?
 
2022-05-18 5:46:01 AM  
Nobody goes there anymore it's too crowded.
 
2022-05-18 5:47:49 AM  

thealgorerhythm: [Fark user image 425x160]
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*clicks through to list*


Not with that name. They should change it from the dangerous and scary sounding Huntsville to the friendly and caring Hugsville. But did they take my suggestion? Did they f...f....feathers.

/i should get some sleep
 
2022-05-18 5:48:19 AM  

Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.

WW2 war memorials?


...and beautiful Honolulu Hawaii.
I've heard that before.  Lots.
But never heard amazing Austin.
Or Sacramento is the bomb.
Or Raleigh is a sight to see.
Oh you gotta visit Albany.
Or dude Juno is epic.
Or Cason is way better than Reno.
Or
 
2022-05-18 5:49:58 AM  

Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.


Juneau, Denver, Des Moines, Annapolis, Boston, Lincoln, Santa Fe, and Madison each have good points.

Tallahassee, Springfield, and Jackson are all pits of despair.
 
2022-05-18 5:50:07 AM  
The median home price U.S. News reports is just above $500,000 at $504,273...

Just in case you weren't sure which way that inequality would go.
 
2022-05-18 5:52:29 AM  

waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.

WW2 war memorials?

...and beautiful Honolulu Hawaii.
I've heard that before.  Lots.
But never heard amazing Austin.
Or Sacramento is the bomb.
Or Raleigh is a sight to see.
Oh you gotta visit Albany.
Or dude Juno is epic.
Or Cason is way better than Reno.
Or


I've actually lived in Raleigh too. It is not bad. Way better than Richmond or Columbia. Roy Underhill can't be wrong (surprisingly not a hobbit, but possibly Tom Bombadil).
 
2022-05-18 5:52:42 AM  

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If you're white, cis, and straight, it's a pretty great place to live assuming you like to breathe water. I may have to add "male" to that list soon too.

Since so many people are transplants, we've got a lot of left leaning folk. But the older generations (boomer, x-ers) and the homegrown idiots are still magaty af.

But hey! It's cheap!
 
2022-05-18 5:53:18 AM  

thealgorerhythm: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

Juneau, Denver, Des Moines, Annapolis, Boston, Lincoln, Santa Fe, and Madison each have good points.

Tallahassee, Springfield, and Jackson are all pits of despair.


See Boston is one of few cities that is also a famous city.
Unlike the capital of New York, is Albany and not New York.
 
2022-05-18 5:55:07 AM  

waxbeans: thealgorerhythm: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

Juneau, Denver, Des Moines, Annapolis, Boston, Lincoln, Santa Fe, and Madison each have good points.

Tallahassee, Springfield, and Jackson are all pits of despair.

See Boston is one of few cities that is also a famous city.
Unlike the capital of New York, is Albany and not New York.


Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?
 
2022-05-18 5:55:14 AM  

waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.


The New England capitols seem pretty nice to me. Well, not Boston, but I hate big cities.
 
2022-05-18 5:56:55 AM  
Nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded.
 
2022-05-18 6:05:30 AM  

Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?


Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.
 
2022-05-18 6:08:29 AM  
It sucks but this was Sunday night for me. Looking at renting just outside the city. In a food desert. Yay.

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2022-05-18 6:09:21 AM  

trerro: No matter how many things they have going for them, they're still in the heart of Gilead, and have to deal with all of the laws that entails. As red states go progressively further and further off the deep end, that means even bastions like Austin have a maximum on how good they can be of a place to live, and the more bullshiat the MAGAts pass, the lower that upper limit goes. Austin does a good job of staying near that upper limit... but if the limit itself falls far enough, there's no saving it.


The list really needs a criterion for 2020 election spread. MAGAssHats will also want to know this.
 
2022-05-18 6:11:10 AM  

trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.


Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.
 
2022-05-18 6:18:18 AM  
Nobody goes there. It's too crowded.
 
2022-05-18 6:19:50 AM  

Sleeper_agent: trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.

Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.


Having gone to college there (graduated in '05), that was definitely no longer true. The trains only stopped running from 1AM-5AM, plenty of places delivered until 2-ish, and in general there was always stuff to do until around then. The only stuff that really closed earlier was retail, and there's not many places where that isn't true.
 
2022-05-18 6:25:06 AM  

trerro: Sleeper_agent: trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.

Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.

Having gone to college there (graduated in '05), that was definitely no longer true. The trains only stopped running from 1AM-5AM, plenty of places delivered until 2-ish, and in general there was always stuff to do until around then. The only stuff that really closed earlier was retail, and there's not many places where that isn't true.


But if you park on the street, I assume other drivers will still push you out of the way so they can fit into the space?
 
2022-05-18 6:28:33 AM  

Sleeper_agent: But if you park on the street, I assume other drivers will still push you out of the way so they can fit into the space?


There's a reason the term "massholes" exists. Yeah, the driving very much has not changed, lol.
 
2022-05-18 6:55:27 AM  

Sleeper_agent: trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.

Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.


You're judging a city based on experiences you had in the 80s? Okay.

Anyway, most state capitals were chosen based on being a geographically central location rather than economic hubs. This is why, for example, Albany's best known for the SUNY campus and Harrisburg is famous for a giant boondoggle trash incinerator before their capital city statuses.
 
2022-05-18 6:59:43 AM  
Oh, and Austin's still pretty fun with a vibrant music and arts scene as of 18 months ago when I last visited. Most of my friends who lived there have moved to California so I don't really know how COVID's affected the city.
 
2022-05-18 7:06:12 AM  

waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.

WW2 war memorials?

...and beautiful Honolulu Hawaii.
I've heard that before.  Lots.
But never heard amazing Austin.
Or Sacramento is the bomb.
Or Raleigh is a sight to see.
Oh you gotta visit Albany.
Or dude Juno is epic.
Or Cason is way better than Reno.
Or


Sacramento is not the bomb, it's more like the aftermath of the bomb

/just scarier locals
 
2022-05-18 7:10:23 AM  

trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.


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2022-05-18 7:12:35 AM  

waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.


Really?  I've heard nothing but good things about Santa Fe.  It has a well-known arts scene, cool architecture, close to skiing, and lots of historical sites.  I've been planning a trip out there.

Austin was very well regarded 25 years ago, but it might have been the victim of its own success.  I went there in 2009 for four nights and saw a great show every night.

People like Nashville.  It gets a lot of tourists.  I think it's kind of a tourist trap, but the city grows by about 1% in population every year, so they're doing something right.  It's where you go if you're a bachelorette.  I've been here as recently as December.

Indianapolis was a blank canvas city designed on a grid copy of Washington DC.  There are no traffic jams in Indianapolis.  It's remarkable.  I lived there for a time and my sister still lives there.  It's not the most exciting place, but that's the way Hoosiers like things.  I was here for Christmas.

Atlanta is the largest city in the southeast.  It also lucks out by sitting at 1,000 ft that it's not as hot as other southern cities like Birmingham.  It also grows by about 1% a year, so the good thing people are hearing is likely job related.

Madison is very cool. It's a very liberal college town and they certainly like to booze.  I went there in college and had a blast.

Same with Columbus.  Columbus is like Indianapolis with a giant college.  I had a good time there, but it was admittedly 20+ years ago.  The only odd thing about Columbus is that they have like 3 talk radio stations entirely dedicated to Buckeye football.

I have a friend who lives in Raleigh.  He says it's fine.  It's good for tech employment.

I probably left out some state capitals I've been to.  The ones that you're thinking of that "you haven't heard good things about" are likely the Springfields, Albanys, Harrisburgs, and Tallahasees.  The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities.
 
2022-05-18 7:13:19 AM  
I mean, the influx of Hollywood people alone will ruin any place to live.
 
2022-05-18 7:19:25 AM  

Rapmaster2000: The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities


 The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

Definitely that.
Half the cities you mentioned are the few I've heard about.   And I consider the few famous capitals.


But like San Antonio has the damn Alamo how is San Antonio not the capital of Texas?

And Carson?  Never heard of before I learned all of the caps and didn't hear of again.  Like most of the caps. Learned that shiat and it comes in handy once in a blue moon.
 
2022-05-18 7:23:11 AM  
Austin hasn't been weird since they tore down the original Alamo Drafthouse. Now it's just a typical gentrified city.

Of course, the fact that the Texas legislature and the governor create laws to oppose anything good Austin tries to do doesn't help either.
 
2022-05-18 7:24:16 AM  

waxbeans: Rapmaster2000: The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

Definitely that.
Half the cities you mentioned are the few I've heard about.   And I consider the few famous capitals.


But like San Antonio has the damn Alamo how is San Antonio not the capital of Texas?

And Carson?  Never heard of before I learned all of the caps and didn't hear of again.  Like most of the caps. Learned that shiat and it comes in handy once in a blue moon.


Some state caps were also chosen basically because the most influential people politically at the time lived there or nearby.  Alternatively none of them did so it was a city they could all agree on - it gave none of them an advantage.  Sometimes some critical politico of the moment just hated cities X, Y, and 27 so they had to go pick some random shiat to get agreement and votes to come together.  Very, very rarely was this shiat ever determined on any sort of sensible basis, even for the time
 
2022-05-18 7:27:25 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: waxbeans: Rapmaster2000: The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

Definitely that.
Half the cities you mentioned are the few I've heard about.   And I consider the few famous capitals.


But like San Antonio has the damn Alamo how is San Antonio not the capital of Texas?

And Carson?  Never heard of before I learned all of the caps and didn't hear of again.  Like most of the caps. Learned that shiat and it comes in handy once in a blue moon.

Some state caps were also chosen basically because the most influential people politically at the time lived there or nearby.  Alternatively none of them did so it was a city they could all agree on - it gave none of them an advantage.  Sometimes some critical politico of the moment just hated cities X, Y, and 27 so they had to go pick some random shiat to get agreement and votes to come together.  Very, very rarely was this shiat ever determined on any sort of sensible basis, even for the time


Definitely
 
2022-05-18 7:32:20 AM  
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2022-05-18 7:32:30 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: waxbeans: Rapmaster2000: The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

Definitely that.
Half the cities you mentioned are the few I've heard about.   And I consider the few famous capitals.


But like San Antonio has the damn Alamo how is San Antonio not the capital of Texas?

And Carson?  Never heard of before I learned all of the caps and didn't hear of again.  Like most of the caps. Learned that shiat and it comes in handy once in a blue moon.

Some state caps were also chosen basically because the most influential people politically at the time lived there or nearby.  Alternatively none of them did so it was a city they could all agree on - it gave none of them an advantage.  Sometimes some critical politico of the moment just hated cities X, Y, and 27 so they had to go pick some random shiat to get agreement and votes to come together.  Very, very rarely was this shiat ever determined on any sort of sensible basis, even for the time


Sometimes it's because the pay was better.
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2022-05-18 7:34:22 AM  

trerro: Sleeper_agent: trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.

Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.

Having gone to college there (graduated in '05), that was definitely no longer true. The trains only stopped running from 1AM-5AM, plenty of places delivered until 2-ish, and in general there was always stuff to do until around then. The only stuff that really closed earlier was retail, and there's not many places where that isn't true.


That's literally every city out there except for NYC. Hell, I think we're like the only city in the world with a 24/7 metro system.

Everyone else shuts down at 12 or 1 for some unknown reason.
 
2022-05-18 7:41:20 AM  

Flushing It All Away: trerro: Sleeper_agent: trerro: Sleeper_agent: Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?

Boston has over 1 million college students, and everything that comes with that. Try venturing more than 2 T Stops away from Government Center.

Yeah, the only times I have visited I was staying on university campuses. The whole city shuts down at 10pm. It was bizarre. Granted, that was the late 80s.

Having gone to college there (graduated in '05), that was definitely no longer true. The trains only stopped running from 1AM-5AM, plenty of places delivered until 2-ish, and in general there was always stuff to do until around then. The only stuff that really closed earlier was retail, and there's not many places where that isn't true.

That's literally every city out there except for NYC. Hell, I think we're like the only city in the world with a 24/7 metro system.

Everyone else shuts down at 12 or 1 for some unknown reason.


The pandemic made it worse. Somehow the pandemic meant 24hr grocery stores should close at 10. I miss seeing small dirty children shopping at 1am.
 
2022-05-18 7:42:34 AM  

waxbeans: Rapmaster2000: The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

 The ones that were chosen for location because of 1800s transportation logistics and are greatly overshadowed by their state's 20th century economic growth cities

Definitely that.
Half the cities you mentioned are the few I've heard about.   And I consider the few famous capitals.


But like San Antonio has the damn Alamo how is San Antonio not the capital of Texas?

And Carson?  Never heard of before I learned all of the caps and didn't hear of again.  Like most of the caps. Learned that shiat and it comes in handy once in a blue moon.


The original capitol of Texas is located in the state of Louisiana.
 
2022-05-18 7:50:53 AM  
Just a friendly reminder to never visit Austin. Also, if you live here, please move away ASAP.
 
2022-05-18 7:52:35 AM  
U.S. News said the housing market and cost of living were the biggest reason for the drop on its list. "The rising cost of living has taken its toll on many who would like to live in the Austin metro area, and as such it has become less desirable, as reflected in the survey asking U.S. residents where they would prefer to live," the report said. The median home price U.S. News reports is just above $500,000 at $504,273, well above the national average of $365,000.

That makes sense.  We're starting to see that in the Triangle.  We've had a population influx, the pandemic caused a disruption in housing expansion, and property investors have been buying houses and turning them into rentals. Those three factors have caused a housing bubble anywhere within 20 minutes of the Beltline.  We'll probably start slipping next year for similar reasons.

I'm amused at the people dismissing the list because of Huntsville.   It's a NASA town in Alabama, so it's blue-friendly and cheap as hell.  Same reason Fayetteville, Boise, and Madison are on the list - the universities make them inexpensive oases in the sea of rural America.
 
2022-05-18 8:01:07 AM  

kitsuneymg: thealgorerhythm: [Fark user image image 425x160]
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*clicks through to list*

If you're white, cis, and straight, it's a pretty great place to live assuming you like to breathe water. I may have to add "male" to that list soon too.

Since so many people are transplants, we've got a lot of left leaning folk. But the older generations (boomer, x-ers) and the homegrown idiots are still magaty af.

But hey! It's cheap!


well I'll never live in Huntsville then.

I hate breathing water.
 
2022-05-18 8:01:39 AM  
The median home price U.S. News reports is just above $500,000 at $504,273, well above the national average of $365,000.

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Why the vast majority of Americans aren't already having to live in cardboard boxes (at $100k+ a pop no less) is beyond me.
 
2022-05-18 8:03:46 AM  

waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

And it's one of few state capitals people know of for other things.

WW2 war memorials?

...and beautiful Honolulu Hawaii.
I've heard that before.  Lots.
But never heard amazing Austin.
Or Sacramento is the bomb.
Or Raleigh is a sight to see.
Oh you gotta visit Albany.
Or dude Juno is epic.
Or Cason is way better than Reno.
Or


Albany has a GREAT donut shop.   Cider Belly Donuts.  Worth the trip.
 
2022-05-18 8:03:57 AM  
Oh God.

Portland, ME is #8??

No. Go away!  We're full!  The article lies!  It gets super cold here!  The fish actually sucks!  The lobsters are extinct!  The town smells!  Go away!
 
2022-05-18 8:05:12 AM  

xanadian: The median home price U.S. News reports is just above $500,000 at $504,273, well above the national average of $365,000.

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Why the vast majority of Americans aren't already having to live in cardboard boxes (at $100k+ a pop no less) is beyond me.


To be fair, there are A LOT of nice $100-150k homes out there. They just happen to be in places nobody wants to live.

Like Detroit. Or South Bend.
 
2022-05-18 8:07:21 AM  

Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.


That's because they sweep all the homeless and drug addicts away from Waikiki to keep it nice for the tourists!

Go to some other beaches around the island and take in the  sea of blue tarp shanties blowing in the wind.
 
2022-05-18 8:07:51 AM  

Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: thealgorerhythm: Sleeper_agent: waxbeans: I've literally never heard a positive thing about any capitol city.
Nevermind i used to know all the state capitols.
And after learning them all not many of them are well known cities of that state if any.

Honolulu is really nice.

Juneau, Denver, Des Moines, Annapolis, Boston, Lincoln, Santa Fe, and Madison each have good points.

Tallahassee, Springfield, and Jackson are all pits of despair.

See Boston is one of few cities that is also a famous city.
Unlike the capital of New York, is Albany and not New York.

Boston is *dead*. The most boring and lifeless place I've ever visited. Maybe because of all the insurance?


You should hit up some neighborhood bars in Southie
 
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