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How many states have you lived in?

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  • b_heyer
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I always find it interesting the number of people who have lived in the same state all their life.

I also find it quite intriguing that the number of that number of people who haven't even been out of the same state.

So how many states have you lived in? and if only one have you ever been out of the state? (Canadians use provinces, and Australians...uhh :oops: not sure what division system you go by...)
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2 States, 2 Countries, heh.
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do the states of disarray and dimentia count?
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heheh no no US States

I've lived in Four states: Wisconsin, Tennesse (then moved back to Wisconsin), Oregon, and now New York.

I sure wish I was older when I lived in Oregon, the scenery was wonderful there.
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umm what about people who have lived in multiple countries, do we treat each country as a state?
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ok, Pennsylvania - North Carolina - Illinois - West Virginia - South Carolina.

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As long as you lived in a different division in each country sure, so if you moved to US NY, then to Vancuver, then to Kentucky, that'd be 3 :-P
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2: Wisconsin and Illinois
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ive lived in 3 tx,va and az (texas,virginia,arizona)
i have visited 46 states (took a wourld tour,with something called a rainbow family)loved them all fav.are the warm states,lol
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I've lived in Maryland & Florida, and England. Although I've visited several more countries (France, Bulgaria, Amsterdam, Finland, Canada) and visited a few other states here in the US (VA, PA, NY, GA, NJ).
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I have lived in Alberta all my life, but have been to three other provinces and nine states.
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washington, california, texas, nebraska, virginia. i think thats all of them
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West Germany ('88 still divided) > England > Qu├ębec Canada > Isreal > Syria (or Syria > Isreal, not sure) > Ontario Canada, then I turned 7 and stoped moving :(
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Wow, most people have lived in five or more states?! I've lived in Florida my entire life, and the same house for the last 11 years. So very exciting...
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I'm older than twice your age, Geekette.

It's not really much more exciting moving to a different state, I suppose.

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Lol! Well, I think it would be nice to have a change of scenery. College should be nice.
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I've llived in AZ, CA, FL, NC, MD and Germany(I'm an Army brat)
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New Brighton, PA
Clarion, PA
Kittanning, PA
Norfolk, VA
Phoenix, AZ
Anaheim, CA
Riverside, CA
North Lauderdale, FL
Hendersonville, NC
Asheville, NC
Dallas, TX (Actually Grand Prairie this time)
Houston, TX
San Antonio, TX
McAllen, TX
Kansas City, MO (if 3 days counts - I was supposed to move there, but got sent back to Dallas instead)
Dallas, TX
Beaver Falls, PA

I think that about covers it -- and no, I wasn't a military brat. Most of those were job transfers.

P.S. Yep I realize my Avatar location thing says Pittsburgh. I put that there because I knew that's the closest city most people would recognize. The one's that know Beaver Falls PA are also the ones who remember Joe Nameth.
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I've lived in Victoria Australia all my life although I did a 3 month stint living in Queensland Australia, it was so hot and muggy there I came home.

I'd like to live someone nice and tropical like Broome in Western Australia or up Cairns way in Queensland.

But i love my home state so much I have no reason to leave :D
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grinch2171 wrote:
I've llived in AZ, CA, FL, NC, MD and Germany(I'm an Army brat)


heh I wish my army brattery keep me in the same country
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Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, New Jersey, South Carolina, and St. Thomas USVI
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lived 18 years in PA
about 8 months in TX
almost 2 years in AZ
about 2 months in Las Vegas, NV :twisted:
3 years out here in sunny CA
driven thru to many states to name pretty much all the states from california to pennsylvania on I-40 from PA to Florida, pretty much been thru all the states east of the mississippi
overseas to a few locations
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ATNO/TW wrote:
P.S. Yep I realize my Avatar location thing says Pittsburgh. I put that there because I knew that's the closest city most people would recognize. The one's that know Beaver Falls PA are also the ones who remember Joe Nameth.



Joe Nameth's home town, yeap been thru there a time or two, lived 18 years in Jimmy Stewart's home town, bonus points if anybody under the age of 25 knows who Jimmy Stewart is with out doing a google search.
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ModernDestroyer wrote:


Joe Nameth's home town, yeap been thru there a time or two, lived 18 years in Jimmy Stewart's home town, bonus points if anybody under the age of 25 knows who Jimmy Stewart is with out doing a google search.


Crap -- I used to know, but wouldn't be able to get it right myself now without a little help from Google. My first thought was Stuebenville, but I see you didn't live in Ohio. My second guess would be Carnegie. (I'm sure I'm wrong on both though.)
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I lived in Belize in Central America until I was 14, during that time I lived in Guatemala and Mexico for a short time. Moved to New Jersey when I was 14, went to the University of Pittsburgh for 4 years then moved back to Jersey. No place like Jers.
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Iv only lived in 1 state but iv been to almost all of them
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Jimmy Stewart sounds familiar but not ringing any bells :-P
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***arrrggh...I've been thinking about this. So many well-knowns from Western PA... OK...Joe Nameth -- Beaver Falls. Dean Martin, Steubenville OH (that's who I was thinking of --had to look that one up though), Arnold Palmer, Latrobe, PA...Patriot's Ty Law from Aliquippa, ... Those I know for sure. I finally remembered Jimmy's home town (I think...) but I won't post it since you asked for under 25 to answer. Man -- you must have lived close to me once upon a time. I think the closest to me now is UNFLUX.
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Ooops forgot Mr. Fred Rogers and Joe Negri from the classic Mr. Rogers PBS show and Mario Lemieux (although he wasn't born and raised here). I'm pretty certain Frank Sinatra was from around here, too.
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Got a ton of famous locals around the Burgh. Perry Como was from Cannonsburg. Dan Marino, Mike Ditka (somewhere around Beaver), Jim Kelly (East Brady), Jimmy Spencer (Berwick), supposedly Christina Aguilera, and ya gotta know Lavaar Arrington is from around here!

RE: Jimmy Stewart (I'm 33) - I think he's from Indiana, PA or somewheres close out there. 30-45 minutes east of the Burgh.
(BTW - I think I'm the only person in the world that never liked "It's A Wonderful Life". Just thought that George [Jimmy] just was a whiner throughout the whole thing .....found it too annoying to be considered one of his best performances. Now Vertigo on the other hand.....awesome...and Rear Window too!)
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