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 on: Today at 06:20:11 am 
Started by Jacobin American - Last post by Lechasseur
Out of places I can say I spent quite a bit of time in, I'll go with Nordrhein-Westfalen (I've never lived there but I've been many times, especially around Cologne and Aachen), it's a place I could seriously see myself living in (although if I knew Bavaria better (I've only been once but I absolutely loved it) it would most likely rank as number 1), I also really like Tuscany where I've visited a few times.

Otherwise in France I like Normandy, Alsace and Lyon a lot (all three are very nice to visit but I'd live in one of the two latter ones, Normandy is just too rural, afterwards I could change my mind if I visited Rouen), on the other hand I'm not a huge fan of my birth city or the city I'm currently living in.

And in Belgium I actually think Flanders is a very nice place that's really worth a visit but if I were to go back I'd live in Brabant Wallon because it would be close enough to Brussels for work and they speak French there (I like visiting Brussels but I would not want to live in Brussels proper).

Then for the US out of places I've spent a lot of time in as an adult I think New Orleans is really cool to visit but I'd rather live in Oakland County, Michigan (the Midwest is a better fit for me culturally all and all, although I really like the South).

 62 
 on: Today at 06:05:29 am 
Started by History505 - Last post by Lechasseur
I was born during Clinton's first term but I barely remember him as president, so I'll go with Bush. My parents are liberal (basically the only liberals in their families) so they hated Bush, I grew up hating him too but my opinion of him has vastly improved since I became a Republican at 16

 63 
 on: Today at 06:04:24 am 
Started by Frodo - Last post by Kingpoleon
I told you corporations were people.
Can I marry one?

No. As a peasant, you cannot marry such royalty.

 64 
 on: Today at 06:02:26 am 
Started by RogueBeaver - Last post by publicunofficial
I'm all for Democrats playing hardball and not giving a f**k about the rules once they take power but keeping the creepy old rapists in the party is not going to make voters respect the Democrats.

Also to the Democrats who are still calling Tweeden a liar even after Franken f**king admitted to it: Seek end of life services please and thank you.

 65 
 on: Today at 05:59:12 am 
Started by Saturday's Cab Ride Home - Last post by fluffypanther19
The Green's have no infrastructure, disappear outside of presidential election cycles, make no real attempt to do things like run against Democrats in Safe seats that Republicans leave unopposed, ect.  They exist only to soak up money, votes, and media attention from leftist causes that actually DO things.

 66 
 on: Today at 05:56:52 am 
Started by Ἅιδης - Last post by Lechasseur
Maine

 67 
 on: Today at 05:56:02 am 
Started by Virginia - Last post by Lechasseur
Not often at the moment

 68 
 on: Today at 05:52:28 am 
Started by marty - Last post by publicunofficial
If it actually ends up providing jobs for West Virginians then it's a good thing and the administration should be commended. Of course I would prefer the government to create jobs to ensure income for these parts of the country, but corporate America will never allow that.

Trump only cares about the parts of the country that supported him. Look at this, his Florida/Texas responses, etc. vs Puerto Rico, California, etc.

Trump cared about Texas?

 69 
 on: Today at 05:45:44 am 
Started by AndrewCA🌹 - Last post by Parrotguy
President of the United States: Kamala Harris (Democratic)- elected in 2020, reelected in 2024.
Chancellor of Germany: Andrea Nahles (SPD).
President of France: Édouard Philippe (LREM).
Prime Minister of the UK: Gavin Williamson (Conservative).
Prime Minister of Canada: Justin Trudeau (Liberal).
Prime Minister of Israel: Nir Barkat (Likud)- Current Mayor of Jerusalem, wins the Likud leadership race and becomes Netanyahu's heir.
President of South Africa: Mmusi Maimane (Democratic Alliance).

 70 
 on: Today at 05:45:08 am 
Started by GeorgiaModerate - Last post by publicunofficial
"Become" Huh

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