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What States in the United States have you been to


Railfaner100

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Me in alphabetical order: Alabama (slept thru it while riding a van), Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi (ditto as Alabama), New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania (I reside there), South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia (born and raised), and West Virginia. I never been outside the USA yet, nor have I been to Florida like everyone I know has at least once in their lives.

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Fla. mainly the Miami area and Tampa/St Pete's region is basically "NY South." LOL;)

 

You go to Dolphins/Marlins games and every time they play the Yanks/Mets or Giants/Jets at least 40% of the fans at the games are NY fans. Ditto for the Tampa teams as well.

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Didn't know NYC was a State but I've been in New York (of course!), New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and last but not least, Florida.

 

Why do people say they've been to New York if you live in NY. Doesn't make sense. You've been to where you live?

 

Well considering I wasn't born in the US, I can say I've been to New York :o

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Wirelessly posted via (Mozilla/5.0 (Danger hiptop 4.7; U; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050920)

 

New York, New Jersey, Connectiut (or whatever its spelled lol), South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia

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Why do people say they've been to New York if you live in NY. Doesn't make sense. You've been to where you live?

 

I think if they're from New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Putnam or Rockland, they're meaning they've been Upstate (i.e. Amsterdam, Utica, Elmira, Buffalo, Malone, Watertown, Schroon Lake etc.) and if they're from Upstate, they're meaning they've been Downstate (New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Putnam or Rockland).

 

I think Upstate and Downstate developed as terms from New York's state shape and the position of New York City.

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Is there something that fasinates you about our personal lives?

 

and when did New York City become a state?

I was thinking the same thing.He sure ask some personal Questions.You sure your not a G-man?? But to answer the question Maryland, Connecticut(Current location) New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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©onnecticut

(D)elaware

(F)lorida

(G)eorgia

70(M)aryland

(M)assachusetts

70(N)ew Jersey

(N)North Carolina

:pvl:ennsylvania

<R>hode Island

(S)outh Carolina

(V)irginia

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