Let's compare cities

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby chema1994 » Tue 25 Nov 2014 09:37

I live in Müllheim (near Freiburg) the home of the French German Brigade. Only 10k people living here but hopefully thanks to mass transit I can easily travel to Freiburg (unless it's at night).
Freiburg is very small for a city and for some reason EVERYBODY speaks Spanish. Too small for me, I would like to move to Berlin, Hamburg or Munich soon

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Mikeboy » Tue 25 Nov 2014 11:51

I live in York, which is probably the nicest city (though it's a very small city) in the country.

So can't complain.

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Graphic » Tue 25 Nov 2014 12:15

Gardnerville, Nevada

It's beautiful and nothing exciting happens here, and that's what I like.
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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby chema1994 » Tue 25 Nov 2014 13:10

Graphic wrote:Gardnerville, Nevada

It's beautiful and nothing exciting happens here, and that's what I like.

Since they stopped the nuclear tests, Nevada is boring. :lol:

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Aubustou » Tue 25 Nov 2014 13:16

Graphic wrote:Gardnerville, Nevada

It's beautiful and nothing exciting happens here, and that's what I like.


Could we visit your city in Fallout New Vegas?
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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Graphic » Tue 25 Nov 2014 13:36

Aubustou wrote:
Graphic wrote:Gardnerville, Nevada

It's beautiful and nothing exciting happens here, and that's what I like.


Could we visit your city in Fallout New Vegas?


No, way too far north. You might be able to visit it in Fallout 2.
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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Sevatar » Tue 25 Nov 2014 21:21

I live in Müllheim (near Freiburg) the home of the French German Brigade.

Müllheim, was there way to often and the exercise area is small like a towel, but the food is good (surprisingly in a Brigade HQ :lol: ).

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby Shrike » Wed 26 Nov 2014 09:26

Graphic wrote:
Aubustou wrote:
Graphic wrote:Gardnerville, Nevada

It's beautiful and nothing exciting happens here, and that's what I like.


Could we visit your city in Fallout New Vegas?


No, way too far north. You might be able to visit it in Fallout 2.

The only disappointing about both Fallout 1 and 2 is how empty they left the central valley, then they decide that Sacramento(Sac Town) of all places would remain in New Vegas universe.

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Re: Let's compare cities

Postby AJE » Fri 28 Nov 2014 11:24

Anchorage, AK. Beautiful with forests and views of mountains, forests, or inlets everywhere. It's also nice that I've had a good 5 years since it last got blown up in a videogame. Also of note is that we seem to get weather the exact opposite of what the Lower 48 get. I swear every time the Lower 48 get a record snowfall or cold weather we seem to get a pathetic winter with snow a month late, etc. (Which is what's happening this year because the rest of the US got hit with another huge snowstorm. :evil: Ski season's a week late this year.)

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