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Show Of Hands January 23rd, 2013 12:00am

Would you rather live in Washington D.C. or Washington state?

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olinder PVD
01/31/13 5:28 am

I'll stick with MA. Each Washington is are home to a scary 'R' word.

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:41 am

You mean the land of the depressed?

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:39 am

You've probably never have been to DC or understand culture and history... -_-

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:34 am

MrProws, *facepalm*. I hope that you aren't serious with that question...

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:32 am

Kelster, because Maryland understands how great DC is in comparison to Washington State. Sorry that you can't fathom someone having a different opinion than you.

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:26 am

Washington state can keep the emotional depression that comes with living there. (I have an aunt who has lived there for MANY years, so I've visited frequently.)

wright3f San Diego
01/30/13 2:24 am

I love my home of DC. I've lived in different states (including traveling to other countries) and it doesn't compare to the cultural lifestyle that is DC. (Of course, I'd probably pick my other country of Italy over DC.)

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raccoonan
01/29/13 6:56 pm

Don't get mean because we're more grunge than you, portland

greghmn
01/27/13 2:18 pm

Portland has better weather and nicer people, as well as better drivers and as of late a much better music scene. Seattle hasn't had much of a music scene for a good 15 or 20 years. Also, no sales tax in Portland! The Portland area has the benefits of Washington but not the drawbacks.

kstodc
01/27/13 12:16 pm

I love Capitol Bikeshare! It makes my daily commute between Navy Yard and Georgetown so easy!

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Nikolaus
01/27/13 12:16 am

The only reason I'd want to live in DC would be to protest easily

mmdubya SAV
01/26/13 9:49 pm

Have you ever been to DC? I worked there for 3 months last year and it is a cesspool. It has the worst traffic in the US. I don't know how people can handle it.

kingzope
01/26/13 5:56 pm

Happy to hear someone is fighting for the kids :)

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georgie missouri
01/25/13 7:44 pm

I'm at a hotel in dc right now. I went on the prolife march earlier.

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jamjay Atlanta, Ga
01/25/13 3:50 pm

At least DC is a city.

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leary Dulag Luft
01/25/13 10:36 am

Boy is that an understatement!

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dreamcatcher
01/25/13 8:41 am

Washington State all the way!!! Woot woot!

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readhp1008 Hogwarts
01/25/13 4:08 am

DC is expensive...

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8455 Missouri
01/24/13 11:10 pm

Neither really, really need no and hell no. Can't imagine living where it's so liberal. Much less can't have carry permits

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Dream Hogwarts
01/24/13 10:08 pm

Thanks for the tips everyone! I'm going with my school and we actually get to be part of that ceremony, at least they did last year.

MGBlueDream
01/24/13 10:03 pm

Weeeeed! Easy answer.

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MrFred
01/24/13 9:24 pm

And the violent crime rate is much lower.

MrFred
01/24/13 9:23 pm

Oops wrong reply button (there are so many).

MrFred
01/24/13 9:22 pm

How do you get them home from the gun store if you can't transport them?

tsnyder88
01/24/13 9:21 pm

There is better hunting in state then dc

MrFred
01/24/13 9:21 pm

:( how in the world do you get them to your house?

looser
01/24/13 8:58 pm

I read that they wanted to avoid confusion, but nothing about future intentions.

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BeachSt Coastal Virginia
01/24/13 8:33 pm

The Maryland/DC northeast border (inside and out) is rough in general really. Stick to the more beautiful Virginia side :)

BeachSt Coastal Virginia
01/24/13 8:30 pm

You can have guns. You cant carry guns. Or really transport them.

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BeachSt Coastal Virginia
01/24/13 8:28 pm

45 minutes away and it's still a suburb of a major city? 45 mins north-ish of DC would be Annapolis and 45 mins south would be Fredericksburg. Roughly. Guess we're just crammed in over here on the East Coast :)

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HorseHead
01/24/13 7:38 pm

Last election makes that decision extremely easy.

wythanee
01/24/13 6:53 pm

I lived in eastern WA for 20 years (now in Seattle), so I can definitely corroborate Satirical's claim!

rocketqueen
01/24/13 6:20 pm

Right?! Washington is awesome. I'm an Oregonian but I love me some Tacoma and Seattle :)

redpantsjam
01/24/13 5:50 pm

I don't particularly enjoy growing up in WA state, but it's better than DC.

mammamia
01/24/13 5:26 pm

Washington D.C = Douchebag Corrupts

UWHuskyFan burbs of Seattle
01/24/13 4:14 pm

In Woodinville,(a city of 12,000 and a suburb of Seattle) we have 100 wineries, a beautiful view of mt. Rainier, and we r only 45 minutes from Seattle and a couple minutes from beautiful lake Washington, is this an argument?

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elyonia679
01/24/13 4:06 pm

born and raised in DC...I miss it sooo much

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gnott15 22401
01/24/13 3:48 pm

Have house in DC

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satiricalnick meh
01/24/13 3:42 pm

White chocolate with creamy milk chocolate filling.

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Kelstervb Virginia
01/24/13 2:02 pm

Which also chose state....Maryland is the odd one out as of this posting.

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ladyniner81 Embrace your inner dork
01/24/13 1:39 pm

My aunt lives in McLean, Virginia and we've gone to D.C. to go to the Smithsonian and that. Too much traffic, it's crowded, too many rich people are moving in and it's dirty. I'd rather live in Washington state.

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falcsfan88 Middle Georgia
01/24/13 1:33 pm

My exact same feelings as well. Lived outside of Fairfax for awhile and loved it. :)

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vbranger Hillary for Prison
01/24/13 1:27 pm

DC is dirty and nasty, I mean look at who lives in the White House.

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gramps
01/24/13 12:48 pm

Tough choice! Beautiful country, or great history. We lived in Olympia before getting housing on base at Ft. Lewis in 1956, beautiful areas I'll never forget! But I really would like to see some of the fantastic museums and historical sites in our nations Capitol.

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mrsfisk1990
01/24/13 12:40 pm

Every state choose WA state, and then there is Virginia.