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My city smells like bbq...
*I* have FIVE Quality Posts! no, seriously...how did that happen?!
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I would agree with New Orleans because I love jazz/blues music. And I assume you could get some pretty good seafood here. At least better than Colorado seafood.
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I'm in St. Louis and don't plan on moving anywhere else. It's a good home base. There's enough to do around here that I don't get bored locally, and it's a nice middle ground between the blues and grays. Chicago and Kansas City are straight four-five hour shots away. There's no close coast, but least we have the riverfront.
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None of the above. There is NO way, whatsoever, that I'd live in New Orleans. That is one stinky overrated town. I'm not kidding. I don't know which town I'd live in, but honestly I wouldn't want to live along the Mississippi River anyway. I'm more of a mountain girl myself. Give me the Snake River instead please.
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