Poll: Where Do Hellenistai Live?

WordPress just added this “Poll Daddy” thing, and I thought it would be a good thing to add right now, just to see where everybody is.


7 thoughts on “Poll: Where Do Hellenistai Live?

  1. I just moved from small city/urban center, to the middle of nowhere in New Hampshire, and I couldn’t be happier. I love the people. I love that when you pass someone on your morning walk, they say hello… and MEAN it. I love the feel of the place. I love the spirits that inhabit our land. 🙂


  2. Personally, I love the anonymity and constant sounds of large cities, as well as he opportunities for those involved in the arts — by band has a two year plan to relocate to Chicago from the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area for just that reason. Chicago is veryfar from being without her spirits, I find it a very Dionysian city.


  3. We moved three years ago from the middle of a good-sized city to a small town just across the county line, and are much happier. I could go even deeper into the country, but this will do for the time being.


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  5. I live wherever the Army decides I will. Right now it’s in Killeen, Tx. A horrible town filled with equally horrible people. I’m looking forward to Colorodo Springs, Co, where my brigade i relocating, soon.


  6. Just South of the Holy Rodent Empire (Disney) and South/West of Orlando in theory in Davenport Florida. We are in the outermost suburbs of the Orlando Metropolitan Area roughly 30 minutes from the main drags if we want to go into town…

    I moved here from Anchorage, Ak… largest city in Alaska, with roughly 300,000 to 330,000 people…. or a little over half the States population…



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