itissteeltime wrote:My friends still seem to realize this isnt the Caps year. They know they'll get bounced first round by the Rangers. People are getting excited about the Skins though, and I do think they'll be pretty solid next year.
was that before or after they lost 36 million of cap space over the next two year?
That will be sure to hurt them pretty good.
npv708 wrote:penmyst wrote:Do you work for Mordor? Why the hell else would you live anywhere near DC?
I love living in DC. Awesome place to live.
itissteeltime wrote:Lavar must be the dumbest man on the radio.
shafnutz05 wrote:I hated living in DC, if only because of the traffic and the sheer amount of urban sprawl. On my commute into Philly, I get to drive through a ton of woods and secluded areas. Not so much when I lived in DC. Good nightlife and things to do though.
I can't understand anyone wanting to live near Philly. I go up there twice this year for business and it's such a miserable city. The history of the city is the only great thing about it.
npv708 wrote:I can't understand anyone wanting to live near Philly. I go up there twice this year for business and it's such a miserable city. The history of the city is the only great thing about it.
shafnutz05 wrote:Agree with both columbia and shmenguin. That's actually why I like Philly better than DC. DC is a city of transplants. The vast majority of people that live in DC moved there for work. As such, there is really no "cultural" side if you don't count the government-run Smithsonian stuff and whatnot.
As much as I dislike a lot of Philadelphia denizens, the city and surrounding areas is a great place to live. The Main Line suburbs, South Philly, University City, the Art Museum area...just a lot of really cool, unique places. The closest DC gets to having a cultural side is Chinatown.
shafnutz05 wrote:Then again, maybe my thoughts on DC were spoiled by the fact that I lived in the area that had approximately a 98% Spanish-speaking population. I'm pretty sure I lived in the heart of MS-13 land.
You were somewhere in SE?
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