Posted: Jul 3, 2011 10:12 am
I've been all around the US, like at least 35ish states and most major cities, and I like almost anywhere I go well enough -- except for Atlanta. I just don't get what people see in that city -- it's like one giant suburb with worse traffic. I've only stayed there for maybe 100 hours combined in my life, but I've NEVER seen the appeal. Someone explain?
I just moved to New Orleans and I love it. If I were going to live anywhere else, it'd probably be Memphis.
I liked my time in Philly and it's really affordable, but the people really suck for the most part. Great food though.
My hometown of Richmond, VA, is getting exponentially better in terms of getting bands to play in town, although it's getting worse in almost every other way. Too many 19-year-old nerdy kids moving down from the DC suburbs to go to the university (VCU) and slowly, over the course of four years, turning into crust-bros. It's actually funny to get on Facebook or whatever and watching the transformation through pictures.