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CrispyQ Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-13-05 11:09 PM
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58. Louisville, CO
Edited on Wed Jul-13-05 11:12 PM by CrispyQGirl
Home of McMansions, SUVs, BigBox stores & acres & acres of business park grass that is as green as the shamrock of Ireland in spite of a 40 year drought.

When the spigots run dry, will we remember those acres of green grass in the business parks, where no one walked, no one played & not be resentful of the incredible waste of water resources in maintaining these behemoths of waste?


on edit: I may have missed the point of this thread. Nevertheless, my statement stands.
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  -Most progressive places to live: Anyone interested in this? bliss_eternal  Jul-13-05 06:41 PM   #0 
  - Colorado nominated this.  intheflow   Jul-13-05 06:46 PM   #1 
  - Louisville, CO  CrispyQGirl   Jul-13-05 11:09 PM   #58 
     - Louisville seems to have recently sprung up as yuppie central  intheflow   Jul-13-05 11:21 PM   #62 
        - InTheFlow, I live in Lafayette,  CrispyQGirl   Jul-13-05 11:43 PM   #67 
           - Perhaps you need a coffee liqueur.  intheflow   Jul-14-05 12:05 AM   #71 
  - Connecticut!  CTyankee   Jul-13-05 06:47 PM   #2 
  - Westville!  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 10:09 PM   #22 
  - New Haven  MassLiberal   Jul-13-05 10:11 PM   #24 
  - I lived on Orange Street, too, in the  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 10:24 PM   #28 
     - Sally's or Pepe's? (n/t)  FlemingsGhost   Jul-13-05 10:35 PM   #30 
     - Modern  MassLiberal   Jul-13-05 10:38 PM   #34 
     - Pepe's by default  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 10:39 PM   #37 
     - Naples ... and the correct answer is, indeed, Pepe's.  FlemingsGhost   Jul-13-05 10:43 PM   #39 
     - Definitely Naples  MassLiberal   Jul-13-05 11:02 PM   #56 
     - But I still recall the tuna subs from Broadway  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 11:44 PM   # 
     - I hate to tell you that York Square theater is closing  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:30 PM   # 
        - NOOOOOO!  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-14-05 01:31 PM   #121 
     - Neither, Lydia  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:20 PM   #117 
     - Does the Bimonte family still own Pepe's?  Husb2Sparkly   Jul-13-05 10:40 PM   #38 
        - I believe so, although it has been a while ...  FlemingsGhost   Jul-13-05 10:45 PM   #42 
        - I believe a son in law bought it  REACTIVATED IN CT   Jul-14-05 08:10 AM   #107 
     - I worked on Whitney Avenue at Planned Parenthood  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:22 PM   #118 
  - I will second CT. I grew up in East Hartford, strong blue collar town  ihelpu2see   Jul-13-05 10:39 PM   #35 
  - New Haven/Yale area  REACTIVATED IN CT   Jul-14-05 08:17 AM   #108 
  - Agree (yeah Connecticut!)  davekriss   Jul-13-05 11:44 PM   #68 
  - So progressive it has a majority of Republicans in the US House  Tweed   Jul-14-05 12:10 AM   #74 
     - If you knew what you were talking about.....  Alexander   Jul-14-05 01:07 AM   #79 
        - Two words:  Tweed   Jul-14-05 01:50 AM   #88 
           - this is true, a dem. has to run against Joe. nt  ihelpu2see   Jul-14-05 07:20 AM   #103 
           - There are rich liberals here too  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:53 PM   #136 
  - Portland, OR has to make the top 5, for sure.  FlemingsGhost   Jul-13-05 06:48 PM   #3 
  - St. John, USVI--just returned and want to live there!!! nt  coffeenap   Jul-13-05 06:49 PM   #4 
  - that place is gorgeous!  kittenpants   Jul-13-05 06:51 PM   #6 
  - Cambridge, MA; Somerville, MA; Northampton, MA  Kathy in Cambridge   Jul-13-05 06:50 PM   #5 
  - Anywhere in Western MA Happy valley, not just Noho.  skids   Jul-13-05 07:01 PM   #10 
     - yep, western Mass rocks  MassLiberal   Jul-13-05 10:36 PM   #31 
  - If you have special knowledge of a place such as--  bliss_eternal   Jul-13-05 06:55 PM   #7 
  - Nominating Maine  GreenPartyVoter   Jul-13-05 06:56 PM   #8 
  - New Paltz, New York is Very Progressive  DemGirl7   Jul-13-05 07:00 PM   #9 
  - Then maybe I'll see you at the Main St. Bistro sometime!  IrateCitizen   Jul-14-05 08:53 AM   #111 
  - New Paltz is easily one of the most progressive  tomg   Jul-14-05 06:26 PM   #148 
  - Seattle, WA  AlienGirl   Jul-13-05 07:02 PM   #11 
  - But there are no jobs  ZombyWoof   Jul-14-05 01:33 AM   #84 
     - A joke for WA residents.  infinitehangover   Jul-14-05 01:41 PM   #131 
        - Welcome to DU, Infinitehangover!  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 05:03 PM   #146 
  - San Francisco Bay Area (Berkeley/East Bay also).  Mayberry Machiavelli   Jul-13-05 07:04 PM   #12 
  - My guess is 'We're #1"!  alittlelark   Jul-13-05 10:51 PM   #48 
  - I'd second that.  Beam Me Up   Jul-13-05 10:52 PM   #49 
     - Have you heard about this?  alittlelark   Jul-13-05 10:55 PM   #51 
        - I'm planning to be there. n/t  hvn_nbr_2   Jul-13-05 11:41 PM   #66 
        - I am aware of it.  Beam Me Up   Jul-13-05 11:49 PM   #69 
  - North of the GGB: Marin/Sonoma in the hizzle.  impeachdubya   Jul-14-05 01:48 AM   #87 
  - Unquestionably SF...  amjfv   Jul-14-05 01:32 PM   #123 
  - Number 8 (Peachtree City, GA) is where I grew up  Merope215   Jul-13-05 07:14 PM   #13 
  - Somehow a town that is built to provide transportation by golf cart  Iris   Jul-14-05 07:02 AM   #102 
  - Santa Cruz, California  the_outsider   Jul-13-05 07:24 PM   #14 
  - yep n/t  dooner   Jul-13-05 11:02 PM   #55 
  - Yes, especially if the list...  amjfv   Jul-14-05 01:33 PM   #125 
  - kick  bliss_eternal   Jul-13-05 09:31 PM   #15 
  - Flagstaff, Arizona  Horse with no Name   Jul-13-05 09:52 PM   #16 
  - Don't forget Winona!  Quixote1818   Jul-13-05 10:38 PM   #33 
  - Gallup, New Mexicooooooooooo  Horse with no Name   Jul-13-05 10:44 PM   #40 
  - You can replace me  ZombyWoof   Jul-14-05 01:30 AM   #83 
  - My own erzatz list ....  Trajan   Jul-13-05 10:01 PM   #17 
  - Welcome to Portland!  Oregonian   Jul-13-05 10:09 PM   #21 
     - Hey There ....  Trajan   Jul-13-05 10:14 PM   #25 
  - Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, PA  RPM   Jul-13-05 10:02 PM   #18 
  - Add to Pittsburgh area...  Tommymac   Jul-14-05 02:12 PM   #143 
     - Penn Hills - land of my birth  RPM   Jul-14-05 09:20 PM   #151 
        - Hey, to a former Red Stater...  Tommymac   Jul-15-05 10:41 PM   #159 
  - NC: Chapel Hill & Carrboro, Durham, and Asheville.  Lex   Jul-13-05 10:04 PM   #19 
  - Durham's an armpit. I agree with the rest though!!!!*****  Egalitariat   Jul-14-05 01:49 PM   #133 
  - Madison, Wisconsin  zinndependence   Jul-13-05 10:08 PM   #20 
  - I can't wait to arrive!  darkism   Jul-14-05 12:22 AM   #77 
     - My RW brother in law lives in Madison  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:38 PM   #129 
        - He must be the only conservative that lives in Madison!  Poiuyt   Jul-14-05 01:58 PM   #137 
           - That's what kills me  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 03:18 PM   #144 
  - Ithaca , NY  Twist_U_Up   Jul-13-05 10:10 PM   #23 
  - Good old Ithaca.  abernste   Jul-13-05 10:22 PM   #27 
  - Minneapolis  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 10:21 PM   #26 
  - Added to LL's list on Minneapolis:  bvar22   Jul-13-05 11:24 PM   #63 
     - Oh, I feel so silly for forgetting the large and active DU group  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-13-05 11:32 PM   #64 
     - i'm on the edge of being a leftist, and i moved from rural PA to Minneapol  seg4527   Jul-14-05 06:55 AM   #101 
  - How about Provincetown, Massachusetts?  wookie294   Jul-13-05 10:28 PM   #29 
  - Provincetown is in Congressman Delahunt's district, not Frank's  Kathy in Cambridge   Jul-13-05 10:47 PM   #46 
     - I remember P-town being called  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:33 PM   #124 
  - Santa Fe, New Mexico is Extremely Liberal. nt  Quixote1818   Jul-13-05 10:37 PM   #32 
  - Worked at The New Mexican, for a while.  FlemingsGhost   Jul-13-05 10:39 PM   #36 
     - Well, we are no longer Blue  Quixote1818   Jul-13-05 10:44 PM   #41 
  - kick  bliss_eternal   Jul-13-05 10:45 PM   #43 
  - Ann Arbor, Michigan (Washtenaw County)  1gobluedem   Jul-13-05 10:45 PM   #44 
  - Second That  really annoyed   Jul-14-05 03:53 AM   #97 
     - Possible, but could have been permanent residents too...  1gobluedem   Jul-15-05 12:21 AM   #154 
  - Baltimore .... nice city .... VERY Dem  Husb2Sparkly   Jul-13-05 10:46 PM   #45 
  - Most progressive with no university is  sinjamin   Jul-13-05 10:50 PM   #47 
  - I like this idea - I nominate Oregon and I denounce my state, Utah.  helderheid   Jul-13-05 10:54 PM   #50 
  - WASHINGTON DC 80% for Kerry.. highest in country!  Griffy   Jul-13-05 10:56 PM   #52 
  - Cyahoga County Ohio....  WCGreen   Jul-13-05 10:59 PM   #53 
  - Akron and Cleveland areas are the most progressive in Ohio  NEOBuckeye   Jul-14-05 01:37 AM   #85 
  - Especially suburbs like Lakewood and Cleveland Heights, OH  formerrepuke   Jul-14-05 08:53 AM   #112 
  - And Harvey Pekar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  blm   Jul-14-05 01:59 PM   #138 
     - I use to work on the same paper that Harvey Worked at...  WCGreen   Jul-14-05 03:25 PM   #145 
  - Here's a list  Bouncy Ball   Jul-13-05 11:00 PM   #54 
  - Interesting comments--great idea, too.  bliss_eternal   Jul-13-05 11:36 PM   #65 
  - Very surprised to read of Santa Rosa as NOT liberal!  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 01:27 AM   #82 
     - Sonoma County is very liberal. Moreso that many Bay Area places  redacted   Jul-14-05 02:34 AM   #95 
  - Burlington, Vermont  MassLiberal   Jul-13-05 11:05 PM   #57 
  - That socialist mayor is now a socialist Congressman...  IrateCitizen   Jul-14-05 08:55 AM   #113 
  - French Quarter New Orleans  eleonora   Jul-13-05 11:16 PM   #59 
  - I second that vote for New Orleans  AnnInLa   Jul-14-05 07:44 AM   #104 
     - New Orleans has soul like no other city  CTyankee   Jul-14-05 01:25 PM   #119 
  - Austin, TX ?  osaMABUSh   Jul-13-05 11:18 PM   #60 
  - Oh, yes.  tanyev   Jul-14-05 08:23 AM   #109 
  - Austin is a liberal bastion!  ceile   Jul-14-05 02:03 PM   #141 
  - Evanston, Illinois  hedda_foil   Jul-13-05 11:20 PM   #61 
  - Evanston is just lovely! When I lived in Chicago  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 12:11 AM   #75 
  - Have to disagree about Chicago  Hailtothechimp   Jul-14-05 12:14 AM   #76 
  - I'd never bash Chicago  impeachdubya   Jul-14-05 01:51 AM   #90 
  - Long ago, I used to live in Rogers Park--- off Sheridan near Touhy.  impeachdubya   Jul-14-05 01:50 AM   #89 
  - Imagine how many people would live in Chicago...  Hailtothechimp   Jul-15-05 01:24 AM   #155 
  - I spent 10 years in Evanston and if you think it's Berkeley on the lake  redacted   Jul-14-05 02:28 AM   #94 
     - It's WAY different now than in the '80's  hedda_foil   Jul-15-05 10:36 PM   #158 
  - San Francisco....Boston.....Austin  slutticus   Jul-13-05 11:51 PM   #70 
  - Well. Brooklyn, and therefore, NYC is pretty diverse..and progressive.  BrklynLiberal   Jul-14-05 12:06 AM   #72 
  - How about my town..New Orleans?  JackDragna   Jul-14-05 12:06 AM   #73 
  - West Hollywood, California  devilgrrl   Jul-14-05 12:53 AM   #78 
  - Los Angeles!!  K8-EEE   Jul-14-05 01:18 AM   #80 
  - Yellow Springs, Ohio. n/t  Lorien   Jul-14-05 01:22 AM   #81 
  - Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Barcelona  cire4   Jul-14-05 01:45 AM   #86 
  - Kyoto, Japan  Lydia Leftcoast   Jul-14-05 11:03 AM   #115 
  - Northern Virginia  autorank   Jul-14-05 02:19 AM   #91 
  - Is Fredericksburg City still a good progressive place?  Tommymac   Jul-14-05 02:03 PM   #140 
     - If it was then, it is now. Mary Washington University is "bohemian"  autorank   Jul-14-05 06:41 PM   #149 
        - I lived there when they opened up the Train ....  Tommymac   Jul-14-05 07:42 PM   #150 
  - Kentucky  Tux   Jul-14-05 02:22 AM   #92 
  - Arcata, CA..No place like it...anywhere...Mind blowing!  LaPera   Jul-14-05 02:26 AM   #93 
  - Would you mind terribly, sharing home price rates?  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 03:02 AM   #96 
  - I loooooooooooove Arcata/Eureka....  Shakespeare   Jul-14-05 01:36 PM   #127 
  - Spring Hill, Florida...  Ravy   Jul-14-05 03:58 AM   #98 
  - Oakland CA  beltanefauve   Jul-14-05 04:20 AM   #99 
  - Most progressive hands down: Hawaii!  demobabe   Jul-14-05 05:32 AM   #100 
  - I was impressed by how many voted for Kucinich... eom  bloom   Jul-14-05 01:59 PM   #139 
  - Madison, WI  Jeff In Milwaukee   Jul-14-05 07:54 AM   #105 
  - Ann Arbor or Madison, WI  msrbly   Jul-14-05 08:01 AM   #106 
  - Ohio: Athens and Yellow Springs  theHandpuppet   Jul-14-05 08:24 AM   #110 
  - also areas of Columbus-German Village & Victorian Village  kittenpants   Jul-14-05 01:37 PM   #128 
  - The two states I've lived in...  tex-wyo-dem   Jul-14-05 10:30 AM   #114 
  - "Liberal-Friendly" places list web site  Gruenemann   Jul-14-05 11:18 AM   #116 
  - Bloomington, Indiana. The rest of the state is a Red Wasteland.  BiggJawn   Jul-14-05 01:30 PM   #120 
  - South Bend & Gary?  Tweed   Jul-14-05 01:31 PM   #122 
  - I used to LIVE in Indianapolis. During the Goldsmythe Era, even...  BiggJawn   Jul-14-05 01:47 PM   #132 
  - True...  suneel112   Jul-15-05 10:59 AM   #156 
     - I know, I keep wondering where that "Liberal College Campus" is...  BiggJawn   Jul-15-05 03:52 PM   #157 
  - Albuquerque/ Santa Fe/ Taos --- VERY progressive  SF Bay Area Dem   Jul-14-05 01:36 PM   #126 
  - I might be a bit biased but.... NO. CAL & SF BAY AREA HANDS DOWN!  SF Bay Area Dem   Jul-14-05 01:50 PM   #135 
  - Chicago and Evanston, IL; Asheville, NC, southern Maine, Vermont  warrens   Jul-14-05 01:41 PM   #130 
  - The places I've been  infinitehangover   Jul-14-05 01:49 PM   #134 
  - Houston is not bad  ceile   Jul-14-05 02:05 PM   #142 
  - progressive posting kick  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 05:42 PM   #147 
  - one last kick for others to weigh in on their areas...  bliss_eternal   Jul-14-05 11:51 PM   #152 
  - Philadelphia's fine IMO  mvd   Jul-15-05 12:07 AM   #153 
 

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