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Coqui

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That means nothing. Honestly, Columbus is not a major city. It's just got a few tech places to work and a major university. That's pretty much it.

Show how little you know about Columbus. A few tech places? Probably the only place that has more tech places is Silicon Valley. Add on the major financial hubs (JP Morgan Chase), major Medical hubs, major insurance hubs, major fashion and food hubs.

Interesting places to eat and museums are everywhere. Nothing special there.
Wasn't that the point that Ohio has just the same thing as any other state?



That would be awesome if I were 12 again.

Yes only 12 year olds like rollercoasters



The Appalachians are hardly in Ohio. only a tiny bit. All the good ski resorts are in West Virginia.
But they are still there and there is still skiing in Ohio. I never said it was the best at whatever was mentioned.

If I had to list all the states in order from wanting to see the most, to see the least. Ohio would be around 47 or 48.

It's amazing how little you know about states, and yet, you already have them all ranked?
 

dbzeag

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And yet you're willingly coming back to visit.

Family. Visit family. Not visit the state. Not have a vacation in Ohio. Visit family. I would never go to Ohio if my family wasn't there.
 

dbzeag

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Back to pics of hot puerto ricans in boxers. Coqui, can I post that one you sent me a while ago? you know, with the very healthy cock bulge?
 

OzSTEEZ

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Show how little you know about Columbus. A few tech places? Probably the only place that has more tech places is Silicon Valley. Add on the major financial hubs (JP Morgan Chase), major Medical hubs, major insurance hubs, major fashion and food hubs.

Dude, these are places to work. This does not make Ohio interesting.

And no. There is no major fashion in Ohio. fucking lol.

Wasn't that the point that Ohio has just the same thing as any other state?

How does it make Ohio interesting if every place has the same?

Yes only 12 year olds like rollercoasters

It's hardly a reason to visit the state.



But they are still there and there is still skiing in Ohio. I never said it was the best at whatever was mentioned.

If it's not as good as other places, then why go there?


It's amazing how little you know about states, and yet, you already have them all ranked?

I know plenty about the states. Enough to know which ones are boring and which ones have something interesting worth seeing.
 

OzSTEEZ

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No major cities in Ohio? Columbus is the 14th largest city in the country. Cleveland is up there as well.
No major attractions? Cedar Point, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Rock N Roll Hall of fame, Kings Island (same as Kings Dominion in VA), Rickenbaker, etc.
No mountains? They're not the rockies, but there's skiing in Ohio.


They are still not major cities. Those other things you mentioned are boring as hell.
 

dbzeag

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They are still not major cities. Those other things you mentioned are boring as hell.

As much as I hate Ohio (god it sucks) you are so very wrong it's not even funny. Just because you had your childhood stripped away from you and don't like roller coasters, or are so close minded to enjoy the history of a city or the culture that still exists. Some of the greatest AND cheapest food with best beer selection in the country. Any weather pattern you want, any society you want to be a part of, any history old or new you want to be a part of is there.

Gosh, now I feel sick.
 

dbzeag

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They are still not major cities. Those other things you mentioned are boring as hell.

I would rather have a not-so-major city that has some depth and history and interest rather than a stolid boring cultureless big city like Houston.
 

Coqui

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Dude, these are places to work. This does not make Ohio interesting.

And no. There is no major fashion in Ohio. fucking lol.

Yes they're places to work....what else would you have meant when you said just a few tech places and that's it? Limited, Victoria Secrets, Express, Banana Republic, and DSW are just a few of the fashion industry companies that are based in Columbus, OH.

How does it make Ohio interesting if every place has the same?

This is what you're arguing since you obviously forgot

Just like any other state. At this point the only thing you can't do in Ohio that you can pretty much do in any other state is anything ocean related and that's about it.

It's hardly a reason to visit the state.

Yet people all over the world travel to Ohio just for that as much as they travel to Florida for Disney World.



If it's not as good as other places, then why go there?
Because it's the same as any other state. So why go to any state?

I know plenty about the states. Enough to know which ones are boring and which ones have something interesting worth seeing.
Yet you just proved you didn't know anything. You say things don't exist and they do. I'm not trying to dispute that you and everyone here wouldn't find Ohio boring, but you can't say it's for the reasons you said because you're obviously incorrect.
 

Coqui

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They are still not major cities. Those other things you mentioned are boring as hell.

What makes a place a major city? And what do you consider exciting? There's a shit ton of stuff to do in Ohio as a whole, but until I find out what you like, I can't exactly pick the exciting ones for you.
 
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eileenbunny

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Seriously, what is wrong with an amusement park, especially one that's so awesome? I'm not 12 and I love them. Cedar Point is the reason I visited Ohio for the first time. It's kind of like saying only kids and old people have reason to visit Florida. It's simply not true. I didn't go to Ohio hating the place. It wasn't until I got a good dose of the people that live there that I really started to question it. I guess I just don't go around hating things I don't know anything about and I also will give almost any place a chance and an open mind. I've tried to find something good about everywhere I've been, even Colby, Kansas.
 

Coqui

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Seriously, what is wrong with an amusement park, especially one that's so awesome? I'm not 12 and I love them. Cedar Point is the reason I visited Ohio for the first time. It's kind of like saying only kids and old people have reason to visit Florida. It's simply not true. I didn't go to Ohio hating the place. It wasn't until I got a good dose of the people that live there that I really started to question it. I guess I just don't go around hating things I don't know anything about and I also will give almost any place a chance and an open mind. I've tried to find something good about everywhere I've been, even Colby, Kansas.

I'm still trying to find something positive about when I lived in Kansas for 5 years.
 

OzSTEEZ

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What makes a place a major city? And what do you consider exciting? There's a shit ton of stuff to do in Ohio as a whole, but until I find out what you like, I can't exactly pick the exciting ones for you.

New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago are the major cities of the US. Houston is getting up there.

It's hard to say exactly what I find interesting or exciting in a place to visit. But the point is that there is nothing really interesting and unique in Ohio that isn't in almost every other state.

Some thing I really would like to see in the US are The Rockies, Hoover Dam, Mount Rushmore, Niagra Falls, The Keys, etc.