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Yeah, so this is funny. I found it in the Daily Collegian, which is the Penn State paper. Why's it funny? Well, notice the #4 city? That's where I used to live. I can only conclude that by leaving & moving here, I raised their ranking & lowered State College's.

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Well, Wisconsin seems to be fairly well-represented. I guess it's good to know they're keeping those hooligan cows in line...
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Ah, of course I don't see any college cities from California...of course with the radicals and conservatives at Berkeley, the party folk in San Diego, the cliff walking alcoholics at Santa Barbera, and the LA crowd, no wonder...

"It speaks to some basic human needs: that there is a tomorrow, it's not all going to be over with a big splash and a bomb, that the human race is improving, that we have things to be proud of as humans."
-Gene Roddenberry about Star Trek

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