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This is a discussion on Say Something Positive About Where You Live within the Travel & Local Interests forums, part of the General Chat category; Originally Posted by PowerShell That's a sad way to look at things. Sadly, Austin was where the first modern mass ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerShell View Post
    That's a sad way to look at things. Sadly, Austin was where the first modern mass shooting happened in 1966 :(
    Not to bring anyone down. But saw this yesterday and I have not been able to react to it properly.



    Something positive: (I live in the American South, so there isn't much positive to say). I do like how close we are to the Orlando Theme Parks lol. We go at least once or twice a month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawz View Post
    Not to bring anyone down. But saw this yesterday and I have not been able to react to it properly.



    Something positive: (I live in the American South, so there isn't much positive to say). I do like how close we are to the Orlando Theme Parks lol. We go at least once or twice a month.
    This is scary for the travel warnings. It is what it is, I guess. I do like you're looking on the bright side of where you live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawz View Post
    Not to bring anyone down. But saw this yesterday and I have not been able to react to it properly.



    Something positive: (I live in the American South, so there isn't much positive to say). I do like how close we are to the Orlando Theme Parks lol. We go at least once or twice a month.
    This is incredibly sad. No other developed nation experiences mass shootings with the same degree of frequency as the US and there's even a travel warning now. You know, when I'm traveling abroad, people come up to me (when they hear my American accent) and they tell me "your gun laws are so bad" and "why does the US allow so many mass shootings in schools" and I don't even know what to say to them. It's just sad. It shouldn't be this hard to pass common sense gun laws.
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    Nice try doxxing me, not gonna happen. Haha I win.

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    A safe neighborhood with mature trees.
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    The only saving graces for my home city, it's very very historic and one of the few cities as far as I know in England that's still proudly patriotic, usually flying lots of union jacks throughout town. The city's 1922 years old, built by the Romans, and still has some preserved Roman ruins which I've never seen in another British city.

    I prefer my original hometown Tewkesbury in the historic department though, it's not quite as old but the concluding battle of the first part of the Wars of the Roses which put the first York king on the throne happened there and it's pretty much become the town's whole identity. There's a festival there every year to commemorate it with a reenactment of the battle, lots of smithed armour and weapons being sold there. A fair few businesses in town are named after it too, like the main theatre is the Roses Theatre. And it's got one of the few remaining Abbeys since the townspeople bought it before Henry VIII could demolish it, the inside is pretty gorgeous, there's so much history and so many middle age memorials inside it, a lot of the floor tiles have some kind of memorial etched into them in Middle English. Walking around inside feels like you've been sucked back in time. The town's got lots of preserved tudor buildings that are still in use too, they stand out quite a bit in town. I really miss living there.
    Last edited by Pizzafari; 08-12-2019 at 10:47 AM.

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    This city for me is my life where you can find different types of people, culture, food, ethnicities but still living together in Harmony....

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    We have the beauty of nature


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    That's too bad. The south is pretty much one of the only places I want to visit over there And is also the only place I have been to so far. Want to go again.

    Positive about where I live: dry snow. (as someone who was raised in a land of wet snow)


     
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