>post pictures of your hometown
I've never been here, but my forefathers are said to be from this area.
then how could you possibly regard it as your hometown you dunce
fucking americans 'Oh yeah I'm Irish! I'm irish!! my grandfather had an irish mother top of the morning to ye eheh :3' you will always be a bastard american yank
M8, I'm all for being proud of your ancestry, but posting a picture of a city SOME of your ancestors might've lived in and claiming it as "your home town" is downright cringey
You're in the 10th grade so I won't hold it against you.
Having spent exactly 0 hours of your life in Scotland, knowing almost nothing about life in actual (as in actual scotland, not 'scotland, ohio' or new scotland) you have decided that you are a P R O U D scot. Yanks at it again lmao.
>implying someone who actually loves and practices scottish culture and has scottish genetics isnt actually scottish
>implying someone who scorns their culture but was born in scotland will ever be scottish
can't find any good pictures really. It was a small mountain town in Colorado.
Pic of the downtown area during summer
It's the university town, and I live near it.
Terra Linda, California. The majority of my childhood is in this picture.
Mill Valley, CA
Ayy we grew up near each other
>being born in a town with more than 10,000 people
pleb tier if im being honest
Fucking californian parentage richfag.
in the coast of São Paulo State
nice trees desu.
idk how it is in Canada but I definitely feel bad for Americans who are born in large cities.
Our large cities are mediocre living experiences, but our rural towns are often GOAT living experiences....except maybe in the Midwest.
in winter it's a bit depressive (but now I'm nostalgic about 2012 winter, when I was on 4th university year and walking here, while listening Placebo - B3 and pass exams)
but in summer or fall it's fucking awesome
University also have their own field, in the part of city
it's not a full-functional golf place, it's more like training place, actually it's the edge of the university's field
>15 minutes away from castle rock
>30 from springs
nigger i grew up in fucking manassa, the closets town was fucking alamosa. get out of here with your "hurrr small town" shit.
As a man with degree in it, I wanna say that agrocultural engeenering is better, because, you know, man with techical degree could become economist/finansist, but man with economical degree couldn't be engeener. But he still have to learn courses about it.
Yeah I'm also considering ag engineering. The school I'm considering going to has ADM and Cargill hire pretty heavily out of it so I think I'm OK either way
Was it a varsity game? I was only on varsity my last 2 years
I played against a MC team w/ Goff in fall 2012
we got blown the fuck out
check out this bitching Thomas Edison statue and that bitching bridge to canada,
This is the town where I grew up. In this photo this is where the court house building is being renovated.
Many hours were spent at that beach, my best friend during high schools house (Which is just to the left of the picture) and at the local shithole cinemas which is just below the picture
Pic related, It's the shit hole cinemas
There's like 4 cinemas and the largest sits like 50 people max
They've improved a lot since the early 2000's (When I saw HP: The Chamber of Secrets the projector caught fire and the building had to be evacuated) and they're still cheap as fuck but I live on the other side of town closer to a proper chain cinemas who show way more movies at way more times nowadays
That's a really odd looking theater
As a side note regarding disaster stories at a theater, when I was seeing Rat Race at a theater in Santa Barbara back in 2001 we had to evacuate the theater because some teens decided to pump laughing gas into the AC intake area outside the theater. Don't think that would've done anything, but still an odd story
Winooski Vermont, right outside of Burlington, beautiful on the Onion River year round. Took this picture in May.
middle-earth/10, would adventure
Is that Boston?
This looks lovely
As well as this
I actually love it
Nothing beats chillin in the market drinking tea with old shop keepers