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Illinois Revisited Karyn 
Posted by: Karyn at 10:25 AM EST on 8/21/2003
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For lack of anything more interesting to say, I lived in Illinois when I was a small child. I remember that it sucked. However, I must add the qualifier that in a stupidity contest between small town Illinois and small town Indiana, the Hoosiers have the definite advantage. And the advantage to living in Indiana is that someday you get to stop living in Indiana.

My conclusion? Avoid states beginning with the letter I. They only lead to trouble.

Oh yeah, and I turned 20 on Sunday! It was a good birthday indeed...

Illinois Tony 
Posted by: Tony at 7:36 PM EST on 8/19/2003
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As I was leaving Illinois in an airplane, I saw below on the ground something that looked oddly atomic supercolliderish. And there, my friends, is where Illinois' pros end.
The cons constitue a huge list so massive that a multi-billion-dollar company had to create a world-wide MMORPG dedicated to listing them. I will summarize them as follows: Its ethnic diversity is poor, its land is flat, and its weather is capricious.

So--stay away from Illinois. But if you want to make a mistake by moving to Illinois, you might as well perform an excellent follow-through and move into Chicago.

Oh, hello Blueblur 
Posted by: Blueblur at 12:02 AM EST on 8/18/2003
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I'm graduating in two days. But no college till next year.

Sup? Tim 
Posted by: Tim at 5:58 AM EST on 8/17/2003
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