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Old 12-01-2012, 01:48 AM   #61
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think about it. it's the most liberal city in a pretty conservative state. the others are the most liberal cities in fairly liberal states.

I mean Karl Rove worked out of Austin for decades.

It's a state capital so Texas politicians and lobbyist and all that would be there too.

You don't know what you're talking about...

Austin is primarily a college town and it is RETARDEDLY LIBERAL

It is about as hippie as it gets, every coffee shop comes equiped with a long haired musician lol

Bill Maher goes there for stand ups and is hailed as a king



All that being said I don't know how you would gauge how liberal a city is compared to another, but I have heard Austin reffered to as the second most liberal city in the country behind SF more than once.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:59 AM   #62
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Nah. SA/Houston > Austin > Dallas/Ft.Worth

Austin is a wannabe NYC with a bunch of hipsters. Dallas misses out on all the delicious food that the southern cities have. Houston's traffic sucks balls but they have maybe the most cool places to go. SA is super chill and also has great food and is CHEAP AS SHIT but has less places to go.
Austin is about the farthest thing from NYC on the planet...I can't think of anything those two cities have in common.

Dallas is the closest thing to NYC in Texas...and we have plenty of great food
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:20 AM   #63
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Austin is about the farthest thing from NYC on the planet...I can't think of anything those two cities have in common.

Dallas is the closest thing to NYC in Texas...and we have plenty of great food

100% agree here. I'm just saying hipsters from Austin think they are just as..."hip" as New Yorkers. They think their music scene is as good or better and their artists are just as talented.
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You don't know what you're talking about...

Austin is primarily a college town and it is RETARDEDLY LIBERAL

It is about as hippie as it gets, every coffee shop comes equiped with a long haired musician lol

Bill Maher goes there for stand ups and is hailed as a king



All that being said I don't know how you would gauge how liberal a city is compared to another, but I have heard Austin reffered to as the second most liberal city in the country behind SF more than once.

I've been to Austin. It ain't Berkeley. It ain't Northampton. I bet it's not Marin County or Santa Cruz or Madison either. Yes, it has a giant campus there, but it also is a political center unlike any of the towns, I mentioned.


Also. Again Austin didn't even make any of the three or four lists I checked.

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20. Orange County, N.C.
Largest city: Chapel Hill
19. Hampshire County, Mass.
Largest city: Amherst
18. Westchester County, N.Y.
Largest city: Yonkers
17. Washtenaw County, Mich.
Largest city: Ann Arbor
16. Multnomah County, Ore.
Largest city: Portland
15. King County, Wash.
Largest city: Seattle
14. City of Alexandria, Va.
Independent city
13. Arlington County, Va.
Arlington County has no recognized subdivisions
12. Santa Cruz County, Calif.
Largest city: Santa Cruz
11. Chittenden County, Vt.
Largest city: Burlington
10. Washington, D.C.
Co-terminus with the District of Columbia
9. San Mateo County, Calif.
Largest city: Daly City
8. Dane County, Wis.
Largest city: Madison
7. Santa Clara County, Calif.
Largest city: San Jose
6. Middlesex County, Mass.
Largest city: Lowell
5. New York County, N.Y.
Co-terminus with the Borough of Manhattan
4. Boulder County, Colo.
Largest city: Boulder
3. Marin County, Calif.
Largest city: San Rafael
2. Montgomery County, M.d.
Largest city: Rockville
1. City and County of San Francisco
Co-terminus with the City of San Francisco

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10. Seattle, Wash.
9. Newark, N.J.
8. Berkeley, Calif.
7. Madison, Wis.
6. Portland, Ore.
5. Washington, D.C.
4. Detroit, Mich.
3. New York, N.Y.
2. Boston, Mass.
1. San Francisco, Calif.

So please consider you don't know what you're talking about.
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Austin is about the farthest thing from NYC on the planet...I can't think of anything those two cities have in common.

Dallas is the closest thing to NYC in Texas...and we have plenty of great food

I know a lot of New Yorkers who have been to Austin, very few that have been to Dallas.
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I know a lot of New Yorkers who have been to Austin, very few that have been to Dallas.

Yup...not sure how he got to that thought. Dallas is full of a bunch of rich white dudes.
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I tried to start a Republican group at St. Edwards. No one joined.


I had to join the Blue Dog Democrat group. Austin shows no love to the right; smh.
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Old 12-01-2012, 07:26 AM   #68
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Texas is Now One-Quarter Wind Powered. Nice.
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I tried to start a Republican group at St. Edwards. No one joined.


I had to join the Blue Dog Democrat group. Austin shows no love to the right; smh.
There might still be hope for you then.
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Lots of great things about Texas but Im not sure Id want to raise a child there considering the reputation of its public schools.
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Detroit not on list = rigged
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I've been to Austin. It ain't Berkeley. It ain't Northampton. I bet it's not Marin County or Santa Cruz or Madison either. Yes, it has a giant campus there, but it also is a political center unlike any of the towns, I mentioned.


Also. Again Austin didn't even make any of the three or four lists I checked.

From the Daily Caller

From Human Events


So please consider you don't know what you're talking about.
Oh you have been to Austin? I used to live ther and have a dozen freinds taht went to school there. And like I said earlier I don't know how you rank how liberal a city is, so those two lists mean nothing to me really.

point is, the city is extremely liberal...period
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I know a lot of New Yorkers who have been to Austin, very few that have been to Dallas.
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Yup...not sure how he got to that thought. Dallas is full of a bunch of rich white dudes.
the city of Austin is NOTHING like New York...NOTHING

and I have no idea where you would get the idea it is...oh, you know some New Yorkers that haev "been there"

please, tell me how Austin resembles New York? lol


Dallas has a large down town area and professional sport teams...those two things alone make it closer to NY than Austin.
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Lots of great things about Texas but Im not sure Id want to raise a child there considering the reputation of its public schools.
Texas has great public schools...I posted the stats on the other page, #12 overall I believe...and great colleges obviously

This "reputation" is the evolution thing? lol

amazing what the media can do
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Texas has great public schools...I posted the stats on the other page, #12 overall I believe...and great colleges obviously

This "reputation" is the evolution thing? lol

amazing what the media can do

VA ranked 4th, I've been kicked out of better schools than you've been to, suck it.
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