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    FT. LAUDERDALE!
    You scored 34% Style, 67% Climate, and 57% Culture!



    You are Ft. Laurderdale, Florida, located on the Eastern coast of Southern Florida, not far from Miami. From software technology to international trade, from financial services to tourism, Fort Lauderdale enjoys a robust, diversified business climate. In recent years, Broward County (metropolitan Fort Lauderdale) has substantially outpaced the national economic growth rate, while the county’s population has climbed to nearly 1.7 million. Centrally located Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is the fastest-growing passenger hub in the nation, and was the fastest recovering airport hub since 9/11. In addition, the bustling Port Everglades is attracting new cruise ships and cargo lines. Contemporary high-rise condominium residences and hospitality properties are transforming downtown and the central beach area of Fort Lauderdale, and adding a new dimension to the region’s year-round appeal to leisure and business travelers.

    I bet the warmth and sunshine of being in Florida appeals to you, although politically, you are somewhat different from most Floridians. That's why I stuck you here, where the attitudes of people are more liberal and diversified from the norm, like yours are. Ft. Lauderdale is full of interesting people and activities, including lots of culture that you would probably throw yourself right into. You are open-minded and appreciate the finer things in life. You like variety and fun, and you don't need to be in a typical big city to have it. Crowds may not be your thing...as long as the city has things to do and doesn't shut down at 10pm, you're fine. And since you like nature, you'd probably be happy at the beach, near the Everglades, or canoeing down a river. Good deal.
    For a second, this reminded me of this other thread:
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    hey ygolo! wanna go stare at alligators for a while!?
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    BALTIMORE!
    Me too. 40% Style, 42% Climate, and 65% Culture
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    HARTFORD!You scored 29% Style, 52% Climate, and 43% Culture!

    You are Hartford, Connecticut. Hartford, located at the end of the navigable portion of the Connecticut River, was settled in 1623 as a Dutch trading post. In 1636, a group of English settlers left Massachusetts and formed a colony here. The settlers made peace with the local Algonquin Indians, who called the town Saukiog, and renamed it after Hertford, England. Shaped by the social and economic forces which gave rise to industrial growth in America, Hartford grew and prospered as successive waves of immigrants came to work, build and settle in the community. This ethnic and cultural diversity continues to be a prominent part of Hartford's heritage and one of the city's greatest assets. Hartford also became an important cultural and communications center. The nations oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Athenaeum, was founded in 1844. Supported by prominent benefactors like J.P. Morgan, the museum grew to become one of the top ten art museums in the country. Authors like Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe were drawn to the area, because, as Twain said "of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see, this is the chief."

    You have landed yourself in a more laid back city because you are not fond of typical city crowds and city folk, but would probably be happier in a smaller town. You also don't mind the change in seasons, even though you prefer more sunshine and warm weather to the opposite. You probably enjoy a good film or art show every now and then, but more often than not, you just like to kick back and enjoy the outdoors and nature. You could stand to be a bit more open-minded because it would make you all the more well-rounded. Hartford fits you alright, although you'd probably do well in the countryside, too, far from the hustle, bustle, and stress of the city.

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    PORTLAND!

    You scored 37% Style, 21% Climate, and 51% Culture!

    You are Portland, Oregon! Portland, the largest city in Oregon and seat of Multnomah County, is located in the northwest part of the state on the Willamette River. Portland has a diverse economy with a broad base of manufacturing, distribution, wholesale and retail trade, regional government, and business services. Major manufacturing industries include machinery, electronics, metals, transportation equipment, and lumber and wood products. Technology is a thriving part of Portland's economy, with over 1,700 high-tech companies located in the metropolitan area. Tourism is also important to Portland's economy, drawing more than 7 million visitors annually.

    You are a nicely cultured individual, appreciating a good play, book, movie, or fine dining. You also appreciate some diversity, lest things get too boring. Not one for sitting and relaxing for long periods at a time nor dressing up the nines, you take interest in getting outside and being out in nature, enjoying the cool, crisp air...maybe even playing a sport or taking a hike. Portland is a good place to be, my friend.
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    BOSTON!

    You scored 49% Style, 27% Climate, and 76% Culture!

    You are Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is the state capital, the seat of Suffolk County, and the largest city in Massachusetts. It is located in the eastern part of the state on Massachusetts Bay. It was incorporated as a city in 1822. No city in the U.S. is richer in historical associations than Boston, and no city has retained more of its original buildings as memorials to America's past. The city's tourist attractions include Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the JFK Library and Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the New England Aquarium, the USS Constitution, and many historic buildings and neighborhoods.

    You are quite the socialite and very keen on the fine things in life. Not one to turn down a new activity, especially one in which you might learn a little something new, you frequently find yourself out and about, mingling and having a grand old time. You love diverse activites and atmospheres, not to mention people of any sort. Sweltering temperatures are not for you and you can have just as much fun walking around in the snow as you could dining at a fancy restaurant or taking in an independent film. Wicked.
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    Hartford! 20% Style, 45% Climate, 41% Culture.

    I love how this test judges those of us who got Hartford. We need to be more open minded to be well rounded, it seems. I guess they only like big cities.
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    You scored 51% Style, 18% Climate, and 81% Culture!

    NEW YORK!

    You are New York City. New York City is the largest city in the United States. It is located in the southern part of New York State, at the mouth of the Hudson River (also known as North River as it passes Manhattan Island). The Big Apple is a major world capital and a world leader in finance, the arts, and communications. The port of New York is one of the finest in the world and ranks as the largest port complex on the East Coast. The city is the home of the United Nations and is headquarters for some of the world's largest corporations. The city is also the center of advertising, fashion, publishing, and radio broadcasting in the United States.

    Oh yes, you're happy about this. You secretly wanted to get New York, didn't you? And why not...it's the city the symbolizes America and all the freedoms that America offers. You welcome diversity. You want to see those twinkling city lights. Heck, you probably wouldn't mind if your name was up in lights somewhere, too. You are a partier and you love to be out and about. Shopping, art, theater, people...that all makes you very happy. So does sunshine, so does snow...heck, you're not picky about the weather. Very nice result, my friend.
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    DENVER!

    u are Denver, Colorado. Denver is the largest city in Colorado, the state capital, and the seat of Denver County. It lies at the foot of the Rocky Mountains at the junction of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek. Today, Denver is an important communications, transportation, manufacturing, and agribusiness hub. Telecommunications and biomedical technology are two of the largest industries; construction, real estate, and retail trade are among the fastest-growing industries. The city is also home to many environmental organizations, including federal government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    Hm, probably not very interesting to you since you're a little low on the 'culture' scale. You don't like heat much, and prefer cool weather and a landscape filled with majestic mountains. You may not be one for city life, and prefer a slower pace. You are sporty and adventurous, but not one to partake in typical 'higher class' activities, like the opera, and that's just fine. Not all culture is bad though, and you might even find that you enjoy a good play now and then if you give it a chance


    I always wanted to go there....
    I may burst into random song or sit quietly and read. I may argue about something I know nothing about, or help those in need. I don't know everything about the world, but I know me.

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    HARTFORD!
    You scored 26% Style, 45% Climate, and 43% Culture!

    You are Hartford, Connecticut. Hartford, located at the end of the navigable portion of the Connecticut River, was settled in 1623 as a Dutch trading post. In 1636, a group of English settlers left Massachusetts and formed a colony here. The settlers made peace with the local Algonquin Indians, who called the town Saukiog, and renamed it after Hertford, England. Shaped by the social and economic forces which gave rise to industrial growth in America, Hartford grew and prospered as successive waves of immigrants came to work, build and settle in the community. This ethnic and cultural diversity continues to be a prominent part of Hartford's heritage and one of the city's greatest assets. Hartford also became an important cultural and communications center. The nations oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Athenaeum, was founded in 1844. Supported by prominent benefactors like J.P. Morgan, the museum grew to become one of the top ten art museums in the country. Authors like Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe were drawn to the area, because, as Twain said "of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see, this is the chief."

    You have landed yourself in a more laid back city because you are not fond of typical city crowds and city folk, but would probably be happier in a smaller town. You also don't mind the change in seasons, even though you prefer more sunshine and warm weather to the opposite. You probably enjoy a good film or art show every now and then, but more often than not, you just like to kick back and enjoy the outdoors and nature. You could stand to be a bit more open-minded because it would make you all the more well-rounded. Hartford fits you alright, although you'd probably do well in the countryside, too, far from the hustle, bustle, and stress of the city.

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