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the flat terrain, grid layout, and blue building easily narrow down the choices, although there are probably 100 small middle-american cities that look very similar (minus the blue building, of course)
A logical guess bestnightmare, but I didn't just fall from the turnup truck recently, it happened several months ago after a bad night at a dive bar.
Guess the cities with the name of the place in the url would be too easy. I'm striving to challenge you all.
You are right though, this is a very non-descrept skyline to match that non-descrept terrain. Some of the nicest people I've met were from this place.
are you accusing me of anything less than a furious city photo database search? my job might be sooo boring that i poured over all the photos of smallish cities from ia, il, in, tx, ok, ks, ne, nd, sd.
but i didn't. you're right, i cheated like crazy. there's no way i woulda picked that out otherwise unless i'd actually been there. and i don't doubt that enid-ians are a friendly bunch.