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Hey! North Carolina is not that bad!

Just everything between Boone and Wilmington! :roll:

Raleigh isn't that bad a town to live in, House. At least he didn't try to send you to ECU. Greenville is like a Demilitarized Zone! I would say that it is easily more dangerous than Charlotte or Atlanta.

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no, House was the one that could have gone to college there, not Sleet.

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I don't know what you are talking about. That's crazy talk.

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of course you don't :roll:

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You didn't quote it so its like it never happened.

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then allow me to fix that
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Raleigh isn't that bad a town to live in, Sleet.

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@Radio- I see what you did there. :3
We all know that ECU is the newest party school. :P

Blah, I dislike Charlotte for that very reason. I was accepted into UNCC, but I am too wary of the environment.

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@Radio- I see what you did there. :3
We all know that ECU is the newest party school. :P

Blah, I dislike Charlotte for that very reason. I was accepted into UNCC, but I am too wary of the environment.


As long as you stay out of south Charlotte you should be alright. That is the ghetto side of time. The downtown area, like around the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood, near the courthouse, is pretty safe area. We were walking around there at 1 in the morning and it was almost a street party there were some many people about and having fun. Every cafe, bar and restaurant was alive with people having a good time and showing no fear. But don't let that lull you. I was out with a group of friends (there was 6 of us all together). As long as you go with some friends and take the necessary precautions you should be fine. Oh! And be sure to check out The Penguin Drive-In. Its a great restaurant if you can beat the crowds. The hipsters discovered it and now it is overrun.

I am going to be in Charlotte in March for Mad Monster Party. Want to come?

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Raleigh isn't that bad a town to live in, Sleet.


That is a gross abuse of the trust and power given to you as a moderator, Brent.

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I didn't edit your post, just the quote in mine =P

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Falsifying evidence! For shame!

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Moderators cannot falsify evidence. As soon as we present evidence, it counts as real.

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I like to think of it as repairing destroyed evidence ^_^

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@Radio- Charlotte was only my safety school. But I will definitely try that restaraunt the next time I am down there.

Sadly, I have to turn down that invitation. I really don't know you all that well and, well, I am a girl. Don't be offended, because I don't mean it in a bad way!

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Anything to make me look like a fool. I'll let you have this. :roll:

Ahem...

As I was saying, not all of Charlotte is bad. I would not want to live there, but you can have fun there if you know where to look.

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@Radio- Charlotte was only my safety school. But I will definitely try that restaraunt the next time I am down there.

Sadly, I have to turn down that invitation. I really don't know you all that well and, well, I am a girl. Don't be offended, because I don't mean it in a bad way!


I told you I was worried about sounding like an internet creeper. I proved myself right on that one.

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You're not a creeper. I sense good vibes from you. XD But I still can't meet people I hardly even know. It would be different if it were the people I've known for three years. :P

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You're not a creeper. I sense good vibes from you. XD But I still can't meet people I hardly even know. It would be different if it were the people I've known for three years. :P


That's probably the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me! Thanks!

I understand. But, maybe you should go to the Mad Monster Party with your friends since there are no furry conventions in NC. I'm not sure if there will be any fursuiters there unless you count the werewolves.

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I'm not a horror fan, and neither are my friends. :P I wanted to go see Owl City, Maroon Five, and Neon Trees in D.C. this spring, though!

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Moderators cannot falsify evidence. As soon as we present evidence, it counts as real.

Who controls the edit button controls the post
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He who edits the post also leaves a trail and Dissension is the most capable "internal affairs" department on the Internet.

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First rule of North Carolina: There is nothing in North Carolina. Ever. And when there is, you know we all make a huge deal out of it. :P

Dad tried to make me go to NCSU and live there. I should've used that as an argument. XD

DANG IT BRENDEN. We could have gone to college together!

MAYBE WE STILL COULD. EVEN THOUGH I DON'T REALLY WANT TO.

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What did he like so much about NCSU?
I'm really not sure. We tried a Jimmy John's on campus once, though. That's slightly off-topic. Uh... well, he grew up there, kinda. Raleigh itself is a nice place, and the town my great aunt/uncle live in is nice too. It's just not a place for me. :P

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I have family in North Carolina. My uncle and aunt and a few others. I've visted there like once, but I may do it again to visit a close friend.

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Raleigh isn't that bad a town to live in, House. At least he didn't try to send you to ECU. Greenville is like a Demilitarized Zone! I would say that it is easily more dangerous than Charlotte or Atlanta.

Hey! Greenville may be a demilitarized town but ECU is an awesome college to go to. Sure armed muggings and robberies are quite prevalent but it can still be a pretty fun place "as long as you don't walk across the train tracks." Also it only costs about $7000 to go to school there for a semester which is a good price I'd say besides the fact you have to live in Greenville. Fun fact, apparently they have an estimated rate of 167 crimes per square mile of Greenville a year and a 1 in 154 out of 1000 chance of being involved in a violent crime, I am honestly surprised it's that low.
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What did he like so much about NCSU?


I'm really not sure. We tried a Jimmy John's on campus once, though. That's slightly off-topic. Uh... well, he grew up there, kinda. Raleigh itself is a nice place, and the town my great aunt/uncle live in is nice too. It's just not a place for me. :P

My brother went to NCSU for his first two years of college and said it was pretty bad and it was like they wanted him to leave, so he left for UNC and liked it a bit better there.
Raleigh isn't too bad it's just really mundane, though Capitol Blvd has some pretty hilarious moments.


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"Besides the fact you have to live in Greenville" just sums it up perfectly. As long as you don't cross the Tar River bridge from the "college" side of town to the "crack" side of town, you are alright. My cousin actually went to ECU. She didn't last long because she came down with a case of "party-istis". That school really tests your self discipline.

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See, I'd like to visit the USA but I don't know where I'd want to go. You can't know where the best places are that aren't just tourist attractions without some insider knowledge. Maybe a road trip that takes me everywhere. Yeah, how long could that take? :P

I'd like to go somewhere there was a good con on, which as far as I know is just about any major city, and I'd love to meet up with some of you guys but it'd depend on how creepy you'd consider it... It's not like I want to stalk any of you, I'd just like to put a voice and a face to you all. I prefer talking to people in person to talking with them on the phone, but then I also prefer talking on forums to talking on the phone for some bizarre reason...

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"Besides the fact you have to live in Greenville" just sums it up perfectly. As long as you don't cross the Tar River bridge from the "college" side of town to the "crack" side of town, you are alright. My cousin actually went to ECU. She didn't last long because she came down with a case of "party-istis". That school really tests your self discipline.

That's a thing in N. Carolina too? Must be an epidemic.

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"Besides the fact you have to live in Greenville" just sums it up perfectly. As long as you don't cross the Tar River bridge from the "college" side of town to the "crack" side of town, you are alright. My cousin actually went to ECU. She didn't last long because she came down with a case of "party-istis". That school really tests your self discipline.

You don't even have to go that far to get to the crappier parts, just walk(it would be much smarter to drive though) like less than half a mile off campus and you're already in a place where you're likely to get mugged and most parts of "uptown" are pretty sketchy at night. Sure Greenville may be crap, but it can be pretty entertaining to see it all.
Well, ECU can give you "party-istis" pretty easily because there are always parties going on and they are usually pretty good. We have a reputation for a reason and know how to live up to it. Self discipline is a concept that is not too well known about at ECU, just walk around town at night and you'll see.


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One time I was walking with about four of my friends (we all went to larp at a park with about 50 other people) and we were carrying foam weapons. While we were walking, a random stranger came up to talk to us and we saw him pulling out a knife from his pocket and suddenly we ALL moved our weapons towards him (they won't cut but they hit hard enough to hurt) and he was terrified and ran away. Fail mugger.

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@THF- There's a Jimmy John's on campus? I have never, ever seen it, unless you might be getting it confused with the Subway across the street from the northern part of campus?

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@Sarnoff- If it doesn't work out for me at State, I'll transfer into Chapel Hill. I couldn't go to ECU even if I wanted to; they don't have my major! :P

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I never got the idea of going to a party school. MSU certainly has a pretty active night-life/party scene but it's also a pretty darn good school.

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Peace (noun): That moment when you get home, change into a t-shirt, and flop/roll around on your nice comfy bed.

Yeah it doesn't take much to make me happy.

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"Besides the fact you have to live in Greenville" just sums it up perfectly. As long as you don't cross the Tar River bridge from the "college" side of town to the "crack" side of town, you are alright. My cousin actually went to ECU. She didn't last long because she came down with a case of "party-istis". That school really tests your self discipline.

That's a thing in N. Carolina too? Must be an epidemic.


Being a frat boy you are in a high risk group.

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I never got the idea of going to a party school. MSU certainly has a pretty active night-life/party scene but it's also a pretty darn good school.
Party schools are awesome because there is always a good time somewhere. Also it's pretty fun to be able to party any day of the week so you don't get too stressed out with school work.
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@Sarnoff- If it doesn't work out for me at State, I'll transfer into Chapel Hill. I couldn't go to ECU even if I wanted to; they don't have my major! :P
That's unfortunate, ECU is a fun place, even if the town is really dumpy.


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Oh. My. God.

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... Looks good on you =P

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Oh. My. God.

Foxstar smiled.

... Looks good on you =P

Don't let him fool you, he's just trying to be nice because everyone is afraid of him. ;D

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"Besides the fact you have to live in Greenville" just sums it up perfectly. As long as you don't cross the Tar River bridge from the "college" side of town to the "crack" side of town, you are alright. My cousin actually went to ECU. She didn't last long because she came down with a case of "party-istis". That school really tests your self discipline.

That's a thing in N. Carolina too? Must be an epidemic.


Being a frat boy you are in a high risk group.

Not to sound arrogant but I'm really not. I'm not the smartest guy or the best student on campus but I'm good enough to hover somewhere around a 3.5 while enjoying an active social life.

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I never got the idea of going to a party school. MSU certainly has a pretty active night-life/party scene but it's also a pretty darn good school.
Party schools are awesome because there is always a good time somewhere. Also it's pretty fun to be able to party any day of the week so you don't get too stressed out with school work.
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While that is enticing in the short term I'd rather go to the second biggest party school in the state and trade some of the fun I would have had at a "party school" for a chance to attend a better academic institution.
Then again it's hard for me to really argue that I'm right given the fact that I got into a school famous for both. :P

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so apparently I go to college in the second drunkest city in America according to the Daily Beast. interesting to know.

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Peace (noun): That moment when you get home, change into a t-shirt, and flop/roll around on your nice comfy bed.

Yeah it doesn't take much to make me happy.


Yeah, I've got something similar at some days ;)

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I went to college in my hometown, where the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited by law. = P

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I went to college in my hometown, where the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited by law. = P

A college without alcohol... What is this world coming to? Seeing and being around drunks on a daily basis is usually quite entertaining, an interesting experience, and an enjoyable factor of college life.


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so apparently I go to college in the second drunkest city in America according to the Daily Beast. interesting to know.

I'd drink a lot too if I had to live in Virginia :P

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