Joan Manuel Serrat wrote: FlightoftheEarls wrote:
Joan Manuel Serrat wrote:i hope you go to Carolina for UG...if not...the hell is that turd doin in you avatar?
Joan Manuel Serrat wrote:/\
you some type of pirate satan/antichrist?
My turn! What am I??
you are sexy sexy bitch. no homo.
Esc wrote:Agreed. Duke has always seemed like a damn good school to me, just a damn good school in a damn bad location.
Since everyone loves USNWR rankings so much, clocking in at #5 this year in best places to live in the US
... DURHAM, NC!! If you've never spent time in the triangle, don't make stupid assumptions.
I'm not hating on Durham, since I've never been. But I'm hesitant to jump at this list as I'm not exactly sure what factors they're including. With a quick description like "Things to do" and "Low Prices" leading off the article, I'm not sure these necessarily dictate what places are the best to live in. In addition, along with Durham the list includes some other fantastic places, like Albuquerque, New Mexico, or Boise, Idaho.
Sorry, no more hating on Durham. Like I said, no experience there and I'm only being like 17% serious with this response. Just wanted to point that out because I must like to hear myself... type.
Agreed. Duke has always seemed like a damn good school to me, just a damn good school in a damn bad location.
Michigan and Cornell both have worse locations than Duke.
Not exactly sure I'd agreed. Ann Arbor is cold, yes. It is also a pretty awesome little city. Haven't been to Ithaca so I don't know, but having spent much of my childhood in Ann Arbor, I can say that I loved the area.