Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by edinayks, Feb 28, 2009.
northwest FTW. closest place to Vancouver
Well let's look at the pros and cons
northeast- Has the most people but not a whole lot of supplies if they had to provide for themslves
southeast- Has a terrain advantage and could provide for themselves but doesn't have many people
midwest- Could somewhat provide for themselves and easy terrain but not a lot of people and are kinda poor and are land locked
texas- Well they have quite a few people but might not provide for themselves
southwest- Very hot summers and cold winters would throw the enemy off but they don't have much of anything, just desert
northwest- Pretty populated but not a whole lotta things to do up there besides cut down trees
cali- People, money, and supplies but they're mostly liberals who are scared to handle guns >_< jk.
All-in-all it'd be the Northeast or the Southeat in my opinion
SPAM That's who.
Actuallly Indiana would win. And by Indiana I mean me and the State. Because I am the state. in your head.
Naw, we've got the great lakes and the canal
And we're not poor >_>
cali. fifth largest country in the world. take that. that is if we were a country. but we could be. the fifth largest bitch.
@ Volsmenner: you mean the 5th largest economy.
of course. i was not speaking of square mileage, which in fact would be irrelevant in and of itself. so thank you very much for telling me what i meant.
Except California is totally broke.
I vote for the southwest, invaders would not be able to survive our 115 degree summers.
ehh. oh yeah. well, you lucked out this time.
cali got some ruff ryder type cats...so cali all day then nyc boston jacksonville THEN chicago? idk im guessing.
no one should say the south, cause they did get into a fight with the north once, and lost... lol.
harsh! don't let warrior_squirrel21 see that. but with all due respect, the south did have some legendary generals.
emphasis on the word did! No offence to the south intended. But History is History.
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