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16 March 2004 @ 01:11 pm
HELLO, ARE YOU IN OR NEAR VIRGINIA?!?!  
You know you want to take my poll. Especially as I'm the only one who can see the answers. DOOOOO IIIIIITTTTT.

Poll #263874 The Virginia Area Poll

Do you live in Virginia?

Yes
5(83.3%)
Nearby
1(16.7%)

What is the name of the city where you live?

Is the area ...

urban?
0(0.0%)
suburban?
4(66.7%)
rural?
0(0.0%)
other? (please comment and explain)
2(33.3%)

Do you like your area?

Yes
1(16.7%)
No
1(16.7%)
Most of the time
2(33.3%)
Please get me out of here
2(33.3%)

Would you hang out with me if I moved near you? (BE HONEST)

Definitely!
2(40.0%)
No way, you're too much of a t00b
1(20.0%)
Maybe... if you bribe me enough
2(40.0%)
Only if I can get you really drunk and make fun of you
0(0.0%)
 
 
I feel: curiouscurious
 
 
 
A clean house is the sign of a broken computer.: computersaome on March 16th, 2004 11:54 am (UTC)
For whatever it's worth - I lived in VA for about a year and a half while I was in grad school. While I no longer live there and thus cannot offer to hang out with you, I can say that I lived in the Washington DC suburbs, right over the river from the city. The region is expensive, but also has TONS to offer - anything you might want, historical stuff, museums, fine arts, clubs, shopping of all sorts, decent airports, etc, including good public transportation if you get a place near the Metro or a bus line. It is super-cool to live near where it all happens, in terms of the government, even for someone like me who isn't a huge government buff. It is also, however, a very Type-A sort of place, with people always rushing around and frequently (depending on their job) working odd hours. I will admit it was nice to move to PA where things calmed down a bit (and got less expensive). However, otherwise, I very much enjoyed my time in VA.
Vicki: Hermione by Marta!hermorrine on March 16th, 2004 08:06 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the insights - I appreciate it!