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    Human(s)ville is in Missouri. I don't know (and won't speculate) if this implies that the rest of the state is Inhumans or what.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathfindercec View Post
    Human(s)ville is in Missouri. I don't know (and won't speculate) if this implies that the rest of the state is Inhumans or what.
    I've lived in Roach, MO

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    What about Bumpass, Virginia and Short Pump, Virginia.

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    Ever been to French Lick Indiana?
    How about Howie in the Hills, Florida
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathfindercec View Post
    Human(s)ville is in Missouri. I don't know (and won't speculate) if this implies that the rest of the state is Inhumans or what.
    Yep, 75 miles south west of Tightwad, Missouri and 150 miles south of Peculiar, Missouri.

    Incidentally, on the map in the original post, What Cheer Iowa is one of the 10 poorest towns in the state. And just north east of Omaha is Beebeetown Iowa, home of The Twisted Tail steak house.
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    I used to work in Yazoo City, MS.

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    This sign is located on 21/231 south in Alabama between Talladega and Montgomery

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    I've had a beer in Cut N Shoot, Texas.

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    Some of my favorite Colorado towns in no particular order are:
    Noname
    Nowhere
    Dinosaur
    Bust
    Crook
    Paradox
    Hasty
    Hygiene
    Last Chance
    Tincup

    And Buena Vista. What? What's weird about that? Well, there's a story about it:

    A husband and his wife were driving to Buena Vista, Colorado and were arguing about how the correct way to pronounce it -- the traditional Spanish way of "bway-na vee-sta" or "bee-you-na vis-tah," so they decided to ask a local.

    They veered into a gas station in town, rushed over to the attendant and demanded, "Sir! Please pronounce the name of this place very, very slowly."

    The man looked at them, edged backward and said, "Co-no-co...."
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