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States: How about yours?

Postby gtaca2005 » Sat Mar 29, 2008 10:31 pm

Love it or hate it, why? Discuss your feelings and hear other people's feelings about their states.

(What a stupid idea. :roll: )

California, Hollywood, San Fransisco, The Bay Are, and the Central Valley. So many songs and movies about it, why?

Off Wikipedia, list of songs about California:

* "All ofCalifornia and Everyone Who Lives There Stinks" by The World/Inferno Friendship Society
* "All the Gold in California" by The Gatlin Brothers
* "Antennas" by Rancid
* "Atomic" by Tiger Army
* "Away From California" by Radio Racer
* "Back to California" by Carole King
* "Back to California" by Sugarcult
* "Back to California" by The Wallflowers
* "Back Home" by Yellowcard
* "Beautiful Place" by Good Charlotte
* "Beverly Hills Hotel" by Whitestarr
* "Big Sur" by Mason Jennings
* "Big Sur" by The Thrills
* "Burning Hot In Cali" by Latyrx
* "Cali Iz Active" by Tha Dogg Pound
* "Cali Livin'" by Homeless Nation featuring Toopic
* "California" by AB O'neill
* "California" by Akia
* "California" by Atherton
* "California" by Belinda Carlisle
* "California" by Blatz
* "California" by Bob Dylan early version of "Outlaw Blues"
* "California" by Casanovas
* "California" by Copeland
* "California" by Darren Hayes
* "California" by Debby Boone
* "California" by Dr. Dog
* "California" by Dressy Bessy
* "California" by Flash and the Pan
* "California" by Gianna Nannini
* "California" by Gina Villlalobos
* "California" by Gomez
* "California" by Hawk Nelson
* "California (All the Way)" by Luna
* "California" by Joey McIntyre
* "California" by Joni Mitchell
* "California" by Kenny Chesney
* "California" by Lenny Kravitz
* "California" by The Flight Station
* "California" by The Kooks
* "California" by Low
* "California" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band (lyrics by Sue Vickers)
* "California" by Metro Station
* "California" by The Moffatts
* "California" by Mylène Farmer
* "California" by Phantom Planet (the theme song of The OC)
* "California" by Quasi
* "California" by Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise
* "California" by The Rentals
* "California" by Rogue Wave
* "California" by Rufus Wainwright
* "California" by Sarah Slean
* "California" by Semisonic
* "California" by Sly Boogy
* "California" by Something For Kate
* "California" by Stroke 9
* "California" by Tea Leaf Green
* "California" by Toploader
* "California" by Unified Theory
* "California" by Unsensored
* "California" by Vic Ruggiero
* "California" by Wave
* "California" by Wax
* "California" by Weezer*** (This song is the song by the Rentals and often thought to be by Weezer)
* "California" by Wilson Phillips
* "California" by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
* "California Babylon" by the Transplants
* "California Bloodlines" by Dave Alvin
* "California Blue" by Roy Orbison
* "California Blues" (Blue Yodel No. 4) by Jimmie Rodgers (country singer)
* "California Blur" by Swirl 360
* "California Bound" by Frank Black (Black Letter Days album)
* "California Crossing" by Fu Manchu
* "California Day" by Starland Vocal Band
* "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas and the Papas, covered by Queen Latifah, remixed by Benny Benassi, California Dreaming 2004 Remix, Hi-Standard, America and dada (band).
* "California Girls" by The Beach Boys
* "California Girls" by Gretchen Wilson
* "California Girls" by David Lee Roth
* "California Gold" by dada (band)
* "California Grace" Long Beach Shortbus
* "California Here I Come" by Al Jolson, B. DeSylva, and Joe Meyer
* "California Here I Come" by Sophie B. Hawkins
* "California Here I Go" by Jonathan Balas
* "California Jam" by Klaatu
* "California Justice" by Five for Fighting
* "California Livin'" by Mac Dre
* "California Love" by 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre
* "California Man" by The Move
* "California Man" by Cheap Trick
* "California Nights" by Lesley Gore
* "California Nights" by Sweet
* "California One/Youth and Beauty Brigade" by The Decemberists
* "California Paradise" by The Runaways
* "California Part I" by Mason Jennings
* "California Part II" by Mason Jennings
* "California Promises" by Jimmy Buffett
* "California Saga (On My Way To Sunny Californ-i-a)" by The Beach Boys
* "California's Bleeding" by Amen
* "California's Burning" by Augustana
* "California Sky" by Unwritten Law
* "California Song" by The Mountain Goats
* "California Songs" by Local H (according to Local H frontman Scott Lucas, a "theme song for the Midwest, very anti-California)
* "California Soul" by Edwin Starr
* "California Stars" by Wilco(lyrics by Woodie Guthrie)
* "California Sun" by Jem
* "California Sun" By The Ramones
* "California Sun" by Rancid
* "California Sun" by The Rivieras
* "California Sunset" by Neil Young
* "California Uber Alles" by the Dead Kennedys
* "California Waiting" by the Kings of Leon
* "California Way" by Tim Bluhm
* "Californicatin" by The J. Geils Band
* "Californication" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Californie" by Air (band)
* "Calistan" by Frank Black
* "Cancer California" by Bullets and Octane
* "Cemetery" by Strung Out
* "Christmas in California" by The Cheetah Girls
* "Come Back To Cali" by The Holdup
* "Come Monday" by Jimmy Buffett
* "Come to California" by Matthew Sweet
* "Country Boy (You've Got Your Feet in LA)" by Glen Campbell
* "Curbside Prophet" by Jason Mraz
* "Dani California" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Danville Girl" by Woody Guthrie
* "Do Re Mi" by Woody Guthrie
* "Do You Know the Way to San Jose" by Dionne Warwick
* "Earthquakes and Sharks" by Brandtson
* "Estimated Prophet" Grateful Dead
* "Eyeless" by Slipknot
* "Everyone I Meet is From California" by America
* "For Crying Out Loud" by Meat Loaf
* "Freefalling" by Tom Petty
* "From California" by The New Amsterdams
* "f*ck California" by The Presidents of the United States of America
* "Gene Autry" by Beulah
* "Get Back" by The Beatles (Jojo left his home for some California grass)
* "Going Back To Cali" by LL Cool J
* "Going Back To Cali" by Sevendust
* "Going Back To Cali" by The Notorious B.I.G.
* "Going to California" by John David & Clear Spirit
* "Going to California" by Led Zeppelin
* "Golden State" by John Doe (musician)
* "Gone to California" by P!nk
* "Goodbye California" by Jolie Holland
* "Go to California" by Motorpsycho
* "Go to California" by Rob Zombie
* "Heads Carolina, Tails California" by Jo Dee Messina
* "Here In California" by Dave Alvin
* "Here In California" by Kate Wolf
* "Highway Five" by American Music Club
* "Holiday in the Sun" by Hot Hot Heat
* "Holiday From Real" by Jack's Mannequin
* "Holly wants to go to California" by Funkadelic
* "Home" by JamisonParker
* "Home" by Switchfoot
* "Homebody" by Zox
* "Hotel California" by The Eagles
* "House in California" by Keb Mo
* "Hurry Up California" by Sunset Main
* "I Hate California" by Jonathan Coulton
* "I Love Cali" by Roscoe
* "I Love You, California" State Song [1]
* "In California" by Daz Dillinger
* "In California" by Lisa Marr Experiment (covered by Neko Case)
* "I Remember California" by R.E.M.
* "I'm Asking Her to Stay" by Sherwood (band)
* "I'm Going Home" by The Kingston Trio
* "Irvine" by Kelly Clarkson
* "It Never Rains in Southern California" by Albert Hammond
* "It Never Rains in Southern California" by Tony! Toni! Tone!
* "Just Like California" by Old 97s
* "Kali4nia" by Skandoe and Playboss
* "Kalifornia" by Above The Law
* "Kalifornia" by Brand New Immortals
* "Kalifornia" by Fatboy Slim
* "Kalifornia" by Kashmir
* "L.A. Song" by Beth Hart
* "Let It Roll" by All Time Low "so we take control from California from my home sweet home"
* "Leaving Jesusland" by NOFX
* "Like a California King" by Everclear
* "Long December" by Counting Crows
* "Losing California" by Sloan
* "Lost Angeles" by Wired All Wrong
* "Marina Del Rey" by George Strait
* "Midnight California" by Dave Gleason's Wasted Days
* "Miss California" by Dante Thomas
* "More Bounce In California" by Soul Kid #1
* "Music is the Victim" by Scissor Sisters
* "Next to Highway Number 10" by John George Campbell
* "Not California" by Hem (band)
* "Nothing Left to Lose" by Mat Kearney
* "O.C. Supertones (That's just life in Orange County California)" by the O.C. Supertones
* "Only in California" by Mack 10
* "Playing Favorites" by The Starting Line
* "Promised Land" by Chuck Berry
* "Parallel Universe" by Red Hot Chili Peppers (Christ I’m a sidewinder I’m a California King)
* "Race Cars And goth Rock" by Butch Walker
* "Raining In California" by Human Nature
* "Reality Check" by OPM
* "Riverside" by the Beat Farmers
* "Rock Coast Blues" Country Joe & the Fish
* "Rock Star Land" by Yellowcard
* "Route 66" by Nat "King" Cole
* "San Diego" by Starlight Mints
* "Santa Cruz" by The Thrills
* "Save the Drama" by Light FM
* "Shores of California" by The Dresden Dolls
* "Sink With Kalifornija" by Youth Brigade
* "Sleepy California" by Her Space Holiday
* "So At Last" by Butch Walker
* "Song for Kelly Huckaby" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "South California Purples" by Chicago (band)
* "Southern California Wants To Be Western New York" by Dar Williams
* "Speed Home California" by Sugar Ray
* "Stories from Hollywood" by Jon Peter Lewis
* "Sunny in California" by Aberdeen
* "Summer of California '79" by NUMBER GIRL
* "Sunrise Sunset" by New Years Day
* "Take California" by Propellerheads
* "The Lights and Buzz" by Jack's Mannequin ('Christmas in California')
* "The Vast Spoils of America" by Saves The Day
* "Two States" by Pavement
* "Unfair" by Pavement
* "Vinnie's Hooch" by Johnny Socko
* "Westside till I die" by TQ
* "Winding Road" by Bonnie Somerville


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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby teh-lolrus » Sat Mar 29, 2008 10:55 pm

^ You might as well throw in System of a Down's Lost in Hollywood from their Mezmerize album. It's a good song, rather catchy.

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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby marvel_freak_42 » Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:04 pm

Aboot Arizona:

Official language(s): English
Spoken language(s): English 74.1%, Spanish 19.5%, Navajo 1.9%
Demonym: Arizonan
Capital: Phoenix
Largest city: Phoenix
Largest metro area: Phoenix Metropolitan Area
Area: Ranked 6th in the US
- Total 113,998 sq mi
(295,254 km²)
- Width 310 miles (500 km)
- Length 400 miles (645 km)
- % water 0.32
- Latitude 31° 20′ N to 37° N
- Longitude 109° 3′ W to 114° 49′ W
Population: Ranked 16th in the US
- Total 6,338,666
- Density 45.2/sq mi
17.43/km² (36th in the US)
Elevation:
- Highest point Humphreys Peak[1]
12,633 ft (3,851 m)
- Mean 4,100 ft (1,250 m)
- Lowest point Colorado River[1]
70 ft (22 m)
Admission to Union: February 14, 1912 (48th)
Governor: Janet Napolitano (D)
Lieutenant Governor: None[2]
U.S. Senators: John McCain (R)
Jon Kyl (R)
Time zones:
- Most of State Mountain: UTC-7
- Navajo Nation Mountain: UTC-7/-6
Abbreviations: AZ US-AZ

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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby gtaca2005 » Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:09 pm

From 50states.com:

California Facts and Trivia

1. California's Mount Whitney measures as the highest peak in the lower 48 states. Its most famous climb is Mount Whitney Trail to the 14,495 feet summit. Wilderness permits are required.

2. In 1925 a giant sequoia located in California's Kings Canyon National Park was named the nation's national Christmas tree. The tree is over 300 feet in height.

3. More turkeys are raised in California than in any other state in the United States.

4. Pacific Park, on the venerable Santa Monica Pier, re-creates the amusement parks once dotting the ocean areas along the Pacific Coast. Featured are 11 amusement rides including the 1910-vintage hand-carved merry-go-round appearing in the movie "The Sting."

5. Alpine County is the eighth smallest of California's 58 counties. It has no high school, ATMs, dentists, banks, or traffic lights.

6. Fallbrook is known as the Avocado Capital of the World and hosts an annual Avocado Festival. More avocados are grown in the region than any other county in the nation.

7. In the late 1850s, Kennedy Mine, located in Jackson, served as one of the richest gold mines in the world and the deepest mine in North America.

8. An animal called the riparian brush rabbit calls Caswell Memorial State Park (near Manteca) its home. Endemic only to the state's park system, the critter lives in approximately 255 acres stretching along the area's once-vast hardwood forest.

9. In Pacific Grove there is a law on the books establishing a $500 fine for molesting butterflies.

10. The largest three-day rodeo in the United States is held on the Tehama County Fairgrounds in Red Bluff.

11. Demonstrations on making toothpaste from orange by-products were popular attractions at the Los Angeles County fair in 1922. The fair is held in Pomona.

12. Located in Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum is the largest museum of its kind in North America.

13. Several celebrities are buried at Hillside Cemetery in Culver City. Included gravesites are those of Al Jolson, George Jessel, Eddie Canter, Jack Benny, and Percy Faith.

14. California Caverns claims the distinction of being the most extensive system of caverns and passageways in the Mother Lode region of the state.

15. Totaling nearly three million acres, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the country.

16. On Catalina Island in 1926, American author Zane Grey built a pueblo-style home on the hillside overlooking Avalon Bay. He spent much of his later life in Avalon. The home is now a hotel.

17. Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge contains the largest winter population of bald eagles in the continental United States.

18. Author Richard Dana (1851-1882) wrote the novel "Two Years Before the Mast." He inspired the name for the beach community of Dana Point.

19. In Atwater the Castle Air Museum has the largest display of military aircraft in the state.

20. The Country Store in Baker has sold more winning California State Lottery tickets than any outlet in the state.

21. Reputed to be the most corrupt politician in Fresno County history, Vice-leader Joseph Spinney was mayor for only ten minutes.

22. The Iron Door Saloon in Groveland claims to be the oldest drinking establishment in the state. It was constructed in 1852.

23. The Hollywood Bowl is the world's largest outdoor amphitheater.

24. The first person to personally receive a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood was actress Joanne Woodward. She received it in 1960.

25. Death Valley is recognized as the hottest, driest place in the United States. It isn't uncommon for the summer temperatures to reach more than 115 degrees.

26. The first motion picture theater opened in Los Angeles on April 2, 1902.

27. Inyo National Forest is home to the bristle cone pine, the oldest living species. Some of the gnarled trees are thought to be over 4,600 years old.

28. San Francisco Bay is considered the world's largest landlocked harbor.

29. Sequoia National Park contains the largest living tree. Its trunk is 102 feet in circumference.

30. Yorba Linda is home to the Richard Nixon Library.

31. The Coachella Valley is nicknamed The Date Capital of the world and The Playground of Presidents.

32. One out of every eight United States residents lives in California.

33. California is the first state to ever reach a trillion dollar economy in gross state product.

34. California has the largest economy in the states of the union.

35. If California's economic size were measured by itself to other countries, it would rank the 7th largest economy in the world.

36. Los Angeles is ranked the fourth largest economy in the United States compared to other states.

37. Simi Valley is the home of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.

38. It is estimated there are approximately 500,000 detectable seismic tremors in California annually.

39. During his engagement at the Fillmore West in San Francisco, Otis Redding stayed on a houseboat in Sausalito. While there he wrote his last song and greatest hit: "The Dock of the Bay."

40. The state motto is Eureka!, a Greek word translated "I have found it!" The motto was adopted in 1849 and alludes to the discovery of gold in the Sierra Nevada.

41. California is known variously as The Land of Milk and Honey, The El Dorado State, The Golden State, and The Grape State.

42. There are more than 300,000 tons of grapes grown in California annually.

43. California produces more than 17 million gallons of wine each year.

44. The redwood is the official state tree. Some of the giant redwoods in Sequoia National Park are more than 2,000 years old.

45. The California poppy is the official state flower. The California grizzly bear (Ursus californicus) is the official state animal.

46. California holds two of the top ten most populous cities: Los Angeles and San Diego.

47. Fresno proclaims itself the Raisin Capital of the World.

48. The highest and lowest points in the continental United States are within 100 miles of one another. Mount Whitney measures 14,495 feet and Bad Water in Death Valley is 282 feet below sea level.

49. Castroville is known as the Artichoke Capital of the World. In 1947 a young woman named Norma Jean was crowned Castroville's first Artichoke Queen. She went on to become actress Marilyn Monroe.

50. California's Proposition 215 (1996) was the first statewide medical marijuana initiative to pass in the USA - keeping attorneys busy for years.

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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby Butterslover21 » Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:44 pm

too bad there'sike nothing interesting about missouri...
well, brad pitt grew up here, but that's pretty much it...
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby butters kenny » Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:57 pm

virginias an okay state but its borriiinnnngggggggggg
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby Indigo Rose » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:56 am

There's not much going on in Ohio, but it's nice and quiet and everyone's pretty nice. I like it.
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby Sizzling Lynn » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:59 am

I'm in a stoned state of mind. XP


But seriously though, I don't live in the States but I've visited many times. I've gotta say that Minnisota is my pick of the litter. One of my friends from school has a dad that lives there so she's got both Canadian and American citizenship. I'm kinda envious 'cause I used to go to Minneapolis every summer. I miss it --- it was like my home away from home.
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby oilyGAVIN » Sun Mar 30, 2008 2:19 am

I like Illinois, but it's been acting weird lately...i.e.: about a week ago it was 70, and two days ago it snowed...It's been on and off like that since mid-late February.
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby Kelly MacCornmac » Sun Mar 30, 2008 5:41 am

Tidbits of Indiana

*Indiana is the top producer of duck in the U.S.

*Theme parks were invented in Indiana. The world's first theme park opened on August 3, 1946, in Santa Claus, Indiana. Santa Claus, IN. (I used to go there when I was a kid)

*Abraham Lincoln grew up in Indiana

*The world's first transistor radio was made in Indianapolis

http://www.indianatraveler.com/Indiana_Facts.htm

Dumb Laws of IN

http://www.fun-facts.com/item/71729

A man over the age of 18 may be arrested for statutory rape if the passenger in his car is not wearing her socks and shoes, and is under the age of 17

It is illegal to sell cars on Sunday (and I think they infoce this....stupid church services)

It is illegal for a liquor store to sell cold soft drinks

Drinks on the house are illegal

“Spiteful Gossip” and “talking behind a person’s back” are illegal (but that happens all the time here!)

Anyone 14 or older who profanely curses, damns or swears by the name of God, Jesus Christ or the Holy Ghost, shall be fined one to three dollars for each offense, with a maximum fine of ten dollars per day (what the f*ck???)
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby gtaca2005 » Sun Mar 30, 2008 11:31 pm

Kelly MacCornmac wrote:Tidbits of Indiana

*Indiana is the top producer of duck in the U.S.

*Theme parks were invented in Indiana. The world's first theme park opened on August 3, 1946, in Santa Claus, Indiana. Santa Claus, IN. (I used to go there when I was a kid)

*Abraham Lincoln grew up in Indiana

*The world's first transistor radio was made in Indianapolis

http://www.indianatraveler.com/Indiana_Facts.htm

Dumb Laws of IN

http://www.fun-facts.com/item/71729

A man over the age of 18 may be arrested for statutory rape if the passenger in his car is not wearing her socks and shoes, and is under the age of 17

It is illegal to sell cars on Sunday (and I think they infoce this....stupid church services)

It is illegal for a liquor store to sell cold soft drinks

Drinks on the house are illegal

“Spiteful Gossip” and “talking behind a person’s back” are illegal (but that happens all the time here!)

Anyone 14 or older who profanely curses, damns or swears by the name of God, Jesus Christ or the Holy Ghost, shall be fined one to three dollars for each offense, with a maximum fine of ten dollars per day (what the f*ck???)

Glad I don't live there. :lol:
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby triplemultiplex » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:05 am

Let me tell you about the great state of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin was the first state to implement a system of numbered highways.

Wisconsin produces more vegetables for the canning industry than any other state.

The ice cream sundae was invented in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin has more breweries and bars per capita than any other state. As comedian Lewis Black once said, we "apparently have a federal grant for drinking."

Wisconsin is part of the original North American continent.

The last advance of continental ice sheets is named after my state.

Wisconsin is:
tectonically stable
located far from ocean-born disasters
not going to burn every summer

We don't need the federal government to subsidize aqueducts to keep our cities and farms adequately watered.

We're better than Illinois because everyone in Illinois comes here on the weekend to get the hell away from Illinois.

More facts to come, I'm sure.
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby oilyGAVIN » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:32 am

triplemultiplex wrote:...We're better than Illinois because everyone in Illinois comes here on the weekend to get the hell away from Illinois.


At least we don't eat cheese all day.
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby FoxFire00 » Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:39 pm

Mine is pennsylvania and it sucks hell
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Re: States: How about yours?

Postby triplemultiplex » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:33 pm

oilyGAVIN wrote:
triplemultiplex wrote:...We're better than Illinois because everyone in Illinois comes here on the weekend to get the hell away from Illinois.


At least we don't eat cheese all day.


At least we didn't release Asian Silver Carp into the Upper Mississippi River watershed. Only FIB's could make a blunder like that.

I kid, of course. But seriously, Illinois, learn to drive!
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