>tfw no one on /int/ likes your city
anyone else know this feel?
I thought that polish-korean fag liked it.
Also what is with those tall spires with a round deck near the top? The seem like something every generic not so relevant city throws into their skyline to distinguish themselves and achieves exactly the opposite.
Is it Seattle? Toronto? Auckland??? Who knows! It's soulless.
I completely understand the concept of how it's good to have community and be part of something larger and all. I just don't see how someone could base it around something so arbitrary. A country has a culture, a common origin, etc. But an administrative region?
Looks more like a large town
Only in the fall. Below zero almost all winter most years, spring floods, summer can't make up it's mind if it wants to burn up in a forest fire or force you into AC because it's too humid. America just has shit weather overall.
Maybe not core values when comparing cities in the same counties. But there is undenIably a noticeable cultural difference between say, people who're from.NYC and people from say, Chicago. There's a larger sense of community between the people of a city than the people of a county.
They do move between them a lot more than counties, but not as much as you might think. There's enough permanent identity to a city to allow it to become its own cultural entity. London, Paris, Tokyo, NYC, even Montreal, all good examples.
I live in fucking Edmonton
I was born and raised here, people say it's pure shit and they only live here to make money
It's not even that bad
DESU I'm still not sure what the cultural identity would be based around. I don't have a common origin or anything with these people, it's just some place that my parents happened to choose to move to years ago.
>3300 square feet
A. Nothing to do with height
B. Supports town rather than city argument
Congrats, it makes acorns. If you have no buildings over 100ft in your skyline, you are not a city.
>A. Nothing to do with height
>talks about maples
>doesn't know they grow 100 feet tall
Take your pills kid. You just went full retard, and the fact that you can't even identify that cathedral just shows that you need to stop typing right now.
M8 its called Deadmonton because its a shithole with nothing going on. The only times I've ever been in Edmonton willingly were during connecting flights from Toronto to Vancouver.
It's Saint Paul Minnesota, a lot square footage doesn't mean a building is tall, most maples and oaks are not the size of an old growth stand and sure as fuck aren't in Saint Paul where they were planted intentionally at regular intervals. Though clearly your can't keep basic threads of thought separate long enough to comprehend anything.
Yes, because everyone automatically assumes I live in Gypsystan.
Oh look it's you again, had to googleimage search just to recognize a major part of your country and still have the balls to call me out. I knew the east coast was full of pompous annoying loud twats but you sure take the cake kid. Also... Saint Paul is filled with large oaks and maples the size of old growth not to mention almost the entire mississippi national recreation area that runs through both cities is all old large trees. I have maples in my yard that are 7 feet in diameter but keep teaching me about where I live with google searches.
You're a moron that's never seen a real old growth forest in your life. Keep dreaming, your trees are average and your "city" is below average on any measure of size. No part of Minnesota could ever be considered a major part of the Great Lakes, let alone the US.
The only replies Denver pictures get are people >LMAO WEEDing and europeans insulting it
>You're a moron that's never seen a real old growth forest in your life
Right. That's why I've been to the boundary waters(only real old growth forest in all of the eastern US outside of the smokies), redwoods, PNW, even took an inside passage ferry ride though all of BC and SE Alaska.
>No part of Minnesota could ever be considered a major part of the Great Lakes, let alone the US.
HAHAHAHA holy shit dude you need to stop. Read a fucking history book or something and here I thought east coasters were supposed to be educated but you don't even know what state in the upper midwest made the US a world superpower.
But that's where Phoenix Wright lives anon.
Then you are genuinely lying to yourself about the size of those trees.
Unless you are bragging about Nazis heritage destroying Europe and making a power vacuum for the US you better start reading yourself.
It's full of French slags, Arabs, some gypsies, the school was shit and it's located right in between the best part of the department (mountains in the back and the sea to the front) meaning the landscape around is endless wineyards
But it's been my home for two decades so hey, I love it. Everytime I leave I want to go back after a while, and everytime I'm there I want to leave again