Urban Archeologist: Lovers Leap - Then and Now
You can read more about his adventures by visiting his blog .] Connecticut is a great place to call home, much of the state is still undeveloped and many area towns have small, medium, and large parks to explore and enjoy.
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#1 Apr 2, 2012
Okay. I live in Connecticut but I'll never call it home. This state sucks. People lack irony and also lack a certain acuity and humor -- it's hard to pin down exactly why the good citizens of this state are so generally awful, but if you've ever lived in NYC, for example, you'd wonder who let the air out of Connecticutians' heads and replaced it with fire-retardant batting. And they're oh so careful and oh so tidy. They absolutely love their banners and wreaths and oh yes their scented candles. No good restaurants, either. And every movie theater shows the exact same bill of useless, piece-of-shit Hollywood movies. Basically, it's pretty creepy; more like what I'd imagine a particularly stifling midwestern way of life to be.
So if you've ever read a great novel or great poetry or seen great art or a great movie or a great play or heard a great symphony orchestra play great music, then be warned away from this soul-killing state. Otherwise, pull up a chair.
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