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    well, if you're going by "Keep _____ Weird" campaigns, Asheville NC has a good one going.

    i think you'd be wise to search using other variables though... this N/S stuff always gets messy

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    Do any of the other Ns here enjoy NASCAR and wife-beating?
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    ... hey anyone wanna get married real quick? i need to figure something out.

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    don't mix up yuppies with intuitives.

    yuppies can be found in abundance in such cities as Burlington, Vermont...Boulder, Colorado...Portland, Oregon...and Seattle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    well, if you're going by "Keep _____ Weird" campaigns, Asheville NC has a good one going.

    i think you'd be wise to search using other variables though... this N/S stuff always gets messy



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    ... hey anyone wanna get married real quick? i need to figure something out.
    I live pretty near Asheville, NC, so I found it interesting that you mentioned Asheville. It definitely is a place with "meaning" which I think is one of the major things NFs look for in a city. In other words, it is the opposite of uniform, non-descript suburban living...

    I guess how you answer the OP question depends how you define what an NF is looking for. I also agree that just because a place is hippie-like doesn't automatically qualify it as NF.

    The Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham area is pretty damn NF. Tons of PhDs. Lots of think tanks. Big enough to be hippyish in some areas and suburban in others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNUGGLETRON View Post
    Definitely not in Andrews, South Carolina. They still burn witches/blacks down there and force you to go to church if you wear black fingernail paint.

    wait, that might be an N thing, jumping to conclusions. Do any of the other Ns here enjoy NASCAR and wife-beating?
    LOL! I'm in Greenville, SC, so when I read this I laughed heartily. SNUGGLETRON lives in the horses ass of a backassward state.

    But don't give up hope, SNUGGLETRON. Do get the hell out of there as soon as possible.
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    Wait, does highly educated = NF? It seems like that is implied in many of these posts. Is it?

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    I don't think there's anything NF about cities. It's all bricks & pricks imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince View Post
    I don't think there's anything NF about cities. It's all bricks & pricks imo.
    I take it you've never been to Minneapolis, then.
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    depends on whether your inside the corperate skyscrapers, otherwise minnesota is pretty tolerant.

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    I'm going to college in Minneapolis.
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