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    Something like that.
    Patiently waiting for someone to bring back sax solos and keytars non ironically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrveggieman View Post
    Mabey not your town but places like Toronto are pretty diverse from what I have heard.

    Toronto was this year given the title of the most cosmopolitain city in the World, by both the WHO, and several World Cultural Congresses. Toronto represents more nations in it's make-up than any other city in the World, surpassing both New York and London.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centrehice View Post
    Toronto was this year given the title of the most cosmopolitain city in the World, by both the WHO, and several World Cultural Congresses. Toronto represents more nations in it's make-up than any other city in the World, surpassing both New York and London.
    I thought that was a couple years running now.
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    It's been like that for some time, it's just the acceptance of other cites, predominately New York. Most countries were united in the fact that Toronto stood alone, but the people of New York balked. Americans have trouble with organizational groups that aren't either American or controlled by Americans. They hate the UN, the WHO, or any other World Congresses that provide accurate data.

    It is accepted in the World that Toronto is in fact the most cosmopolitan city in the World, now finally not doubted by New Yorkers.

    In fact, Montreal is more Cosmopolitan than New York, it's just slightly behind Toronto in terms of countries represented.

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