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  1. 1. Which Grand Division do you consider yourself from/native of?

    • West Tennessee
      27
    • Middle Tennessee
      64
    • East Tennessee
      14
    • None. I've only visited/driven thru or just wanted to know whats going on in TN.
      10


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I am from Concourse Village, located in the Bronx, NY.. I am an Aerospace student at MTSU with a concentration in Professional Pilot. I hope to be pilot for the "superior" Fed Ex. My girl and I are looking at Nashville and Memphis as potentials for starting a family. Other cities that catch our interests are San Diego, Chicago, and of course, NYC. NYC ranks number 1, Memphis ranks 2, San Deigo ranks 3, Chicago 4, and Nashville is 5. Before visiting Memphis, 4 years ago, I didn't expect much but heard many good things about the place back home; after the visit, I've taken a special interest in the city, well, Nashville and Memphis which is why I browse the Tennessee forum. Hope all proposals follow through, especially the Signature Tower..

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born and raised in nashville...in college now at north carolina state in raleigh. We'll see if I end up back in Nashville after college.

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born and raised in nashville...in college now at north carolina state in raleigh. We'll see if I end up back in Nashville after college.

Welcome to the forum! I hope everything goes well for you in college, and it leads to a great profession, hopefully back in Nashville!

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I was born in Centennial Hospital in Nashville, lived in Bellevue, right across the Wilco. Border in Temple Hills, and now in Franklin and attending Franklin High a.k.a. 'Franktown.' I feel ties to all of Tennessee because my mom is from Murray, KY (Similar to West TN) and my dad is from West Virginia (Similar to East Tennessee) but I hope to live my life in Nashvegas.

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I was born in Memphis. A few years in Huntington, WV. Spent the "growing up years" in Franklin. Currently working in Washington, DC. Then moving to London for a year...

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was born in Centennial Hospital in Nashville, lived in Bellevue, right across the Wilco. Border in Temple Hills, and now in Franklin and attending Franklin High a.k.a. 'Franktown.'

Boooo, Franklin High. I go to Centennial.

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Boooo, Franklin High. I go to Centennial.

Oh please, y'all are just a half-rate-ghetto offshoot of Franklin with no identity :shades: ....but at least you aren't Brentwood :angry:

PS: JK about your school, if I had to choose one other than Franklin, it would most likely be CHS.

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Psh. The Centennial squad has been sqwaking for many years. How many football games have you won against Franklin High? You can get back to me on that answer...

Just ribbin' ya, though, I had a bunch of friends that went to Centennial, but I'm all Rebel here :D

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Psh. The Centennial squad has been sqwaking for many years. How many football games have you won against Franklin High? You can get back to me on that answer...

Just ribbin' ya, though, I had a bunch of friends that went to Centennial, but I'm all Rebel here :D

Hmm....let me think, I believe they've won about ZERO games against Franklin over the past ten years, but you know, we always appreaciate an easy win! Lets our players rest before the playoffs the following week. :D

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Oh please, y'all are just a half-rate-ghetto offshoot of Franklin with no identity ....but at least you aren't Brentwood

PS: JK about your school, if I had to choose one other than Franklin, it would most likely be CHS.

Psh. The Centennial squad has been sqwaking for many years. How many football games have you won against Franklin High? You can get back to me on that answer...

Just ribbin' ya, though, I had a bunch of friends that went to Centennial, but I'm all Rebel here

Hmm....let me think, I believe they've won about ZERO games against Franklin over the past ten years, but you know, we always appreaciate an easy win! Lets our players rest before the playoffs the following week.

Psh. You're just jealous of our girls soccer team. Did yours go to state? I DON'T THINK SO!! :tough:

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Psh. You're just jealous of our girls soccer team. Did yours go to state? I DON'T THINK SO!! :tough:

Hahahah, Girls Soccer? Come back to me when y'all go to state in a REAL sport (i.e. Football-last year, Baseball-this year, Vollyball-this year, etc.). Honestly, I sure hope y'all don't have any cars drive into the track stadium from the McEwen Drive Interchange.

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I just hope y'all have fun at the next Franklin/ Centennial game. You practically will have cars driving right over you.

And I guess Franklin's not that bad...jk. I went to Freedom so I have a lot of friends there.

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I live in Boise, but am a middle Tennessean at heart. Both of my parents Graduated from Franklin High. (My mom lived in Boise until she was 17, my grandpa worked for the company that built the Saturn Plant in Spring Hill MKO, now Washington Group Intl.) I lived in Spring Hill until i was 14 and still retain an intrest in the Nashville Metro.

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Born at Baptist Hospital, grew up in Dickson, went to college in Clarksville, moved to Nashville for 4 years, then back to

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I live in Nashville - moved here in the late '80s. I had thought I'd be long gone by now, but it's a very easy place to live. I travel for work, so I can get my "fix" for big cities out of my system. I then can come home to a nice, affordable place that I really like.

I had previously lived in Raleigh, NC, St. Paul, MN, and Philadelphia in reverse chronological order, after leaving the small town of Uniontown, PA after graduating from high school.

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Born in East Tennessee, but have lived an even amount of years in East Tennessee and the Nashville Area. I voted that I was from East Tennessee, since my family is there. However, I consider myself a Nashvillean, even though I currently live in Baton Rouge, LA.

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I am from Middle TN. I have lived here nearly half my life in nashville and the surrounding area.

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Born at Donelson Hospital, which has been closed since 1995. Grew up in Cheatham County, off Bearwallow Road. I've lived in Madison since I was 7 years old. I am definitely Native Middle Tennessean. Though I am moving to Mississippi in August.

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