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where snuff devotees live?

mipasmamipasma Member
edited October 2012 in The Pub (Off Topic)
if it is not top secret..where do you live? I live here: 49°13'39.212"N, 17°40'18.988"E

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  • I live in southeastern Connecticut. A little town outside of Mystic, Ct.
  • SouthEast Kansas
  • I live just off Rathgar Road in Dublin 6, Ireland. Everything you need is in walking distance.
  • I'm in Illinois. Northwest of Chicago.
    @mipasma Your location looks top secret to me. I had to use my Little Orphan Annie decoder ring to figure it out!
  • I live in rural Cornwall, England. Jamaica Inn and Bodmin moor are nearby.
    God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am so far behind that I will never die.
    Bill Watterson
  • Rochester, New York.
    Pretty much across Lake Ontario from Toronto.
  • Marquette, Michigan. Biggest city (at around 20,000 people) in an otherwise pretty rural region, the Upper Peninsula. It's often mistaken for Canada and so am I when I talk sometimes because if I don't take care I end my statements in eh.
  • Southern Ontario, Canada
  • narnia or some other mythical place I assume. As for me I live in the home of student cloneing a.k.a. state college PA. Seriousily if you don't think humans have been cloned already then live here for a while. Many of the twits here act like they grew up in a vat.
  • London, UK
  • ok..I live in Zlin, Czech republic..neighboring countries are Germany, Austria, Poland and Slovakia
  • Detroit
  • South Puget Sound area in Washington State, US.
  • Central Ohio
  • Cape Cod
  • Southern Idaho, US

    It's not much, but it works for me ;)
  • people live in Idaho. Mkes me wonder what other lies I've been feed my whole life.
  • Billings Montana
  • I live in The Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK. Right on top of a hill, so great times to be had enjoying snuff whilst gazing over to the Black Mountains...
  • Walthamstow, East London, UK.
  • @bob And we're not all potato farmers either ;) Our city just landed the western region Chobani Yogurt plant, so that will help our local economy quite a bit. More demand for dairy, more demand for feed, etc, etc, etc.

    It's possible that it cause a price battle for crop contracts between dairies and Budwieser/Coors. 60% or more of our farms are contracted out to large factories and such. It will be good for us.
  • Southwestern Ontario, Canada. About an hour east of Detroit.
  • XanderXander Member
    edited October 2012 PM
    Wilmington, Delaware, USA, a medium size city in the middle of the northeast's urban belt. Philadelphia is less than 1 hour northeast and Baltimore is less than one hour southwest. Washington, DC is less than 3 hours southwest and New York City is less than 3 hours northeast. Atlantic Ocean is 2 hours away, Appalachian Mountains are 2 hours away. Chesapeake Bay and Delaware Bay are much closer. Hurricanes: infrequent. Tornadoes: rare. Earthquakes: very rare. Floods: rare. Landslides: never. Volcanoes: never. Summers are hot and humid with frequent brief thunderstorms, but also frequent drought. Winters are moderately to very cold with occasional blizzards. Autumn and Spring are nice, though it rains a lot.

    The city was founded in 1638 making it one of the oldest permanent settlements in the US. It was founded by Sweden in a short lived colonial venture. The Swedes brought Finns with them who built the first ever log cabins in North America. In 1654 Dutch (somewhat forcefully) absorbed all of New Sweden resolving a longstanding dispute. We still have a fair amount of Swedish (and Finnish) and Dutch surnames here. The area eventually passed to British control not long afterwards.

    The area is origin to the original Scotch snuff in the US: Levi and/or W.E. Garrett on the Red Clay Creek (the city is at the confluence of 4 significant creeks and the Delaware river, making for an ideal spot for milling, shipping and shipbuilding). Snuff was still being made there, under other names, until the 1950s.. On another creek, the Brandywine, was founded the world famous (infamous?) gunpowder turned chemical company, DuPont. In later years the city's economy has focused around banking, due to the state's lucrative tax laws (something like Switzerland).

    Here is a picture of me there, right in the middle of everything like I told you. Look close, I am the one waving:
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  • @bob And we're not all potato farmers either ;) Our city just landed the western region Chobani Yogurt plant, so that will help our local economy quite a bit. More demand for dairy, more demand for feed, etc, etc, etc.

    It's possible that it cause a price battle for crop contracts between dairies and Budwieser/Coors. 60% or more of our farms are contracted out to large factories and such. It will be good for us.
    Farmers, man more civilized
    then I was told. I heard it was mostily vikings hunting wooley mamoths and evil monkeys. Guess the school system here sucks.
  • I reside east of bob and a little north west of xander . Limerick Pa. in the shadow of the nuclear power plant. Someday knowned as ground zero, when it fails. If I hear the siren it is already too late. Just enough time for one last snuff
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • West Central Georgia here.
  • Budapest, Hungary.
  • Uhersky Ostroh, Czech Republic
  • I live in Felsőpetény village, Hungary, but I'm commuting to Budapest - driving 150 painful kilometres a single day.
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