What is the best midwestern state and why?

What is the best midwestern state and why?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    All things considered? Michigan. It has the most to offer when you take everything into consideration:

    >More coastline than any other Midwest state, or any state in the country.
    >The only Midwest state where you can surf all summer (biggest, warmest great lakes coasts) and ski all winter (far enough north to have snow most winter, porcupine mountains in the north, but not as deathly cold as Minnesota.)
    >The most beautiful beaches: the rugged Lake Superior coastline to the north and the pristine eastern coast of Lake Michigan (which is much nicer than highly urban, polluted western coast)
    >Great mix of cute small towns (Saugatuck, Petoskey), funky midsized cities (Traverse City, Ann Arbor), and proper major metropolitan cities (Grand Rapids, Detroit.)
    >Detroit has made huge strides in the past decades, with a nicer downtown than any Ohio cities, less crime than Chicago, and world renowned museums and music venues. You just need to avoid the few bad neighborhoods that are left - true of any city.
    >Politically diverse: the urban southeast is highly progressive, the west side is moderate, the north is conservative, and the upper peninsula is a libertarian haven.
    >Affordable to visit and live, without having to be several hours away from major cities or coastlines.

    It isn't the BEST at everything but it scores quite well across most, if not all metrics.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >less crime than Chicago
      Detroit is still like the third most dangerous city in the USA and Chicago isn't even top 15

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Chicago is clearly far more dangerous than most of Detroit which is highly segregated

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Michigan
      >less crime
      holy kek
      You can't even turn left in Michigan. Frick off.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >You can't even turn left in Michigan
        What

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ever been to Michigan? They has this moronic anti left turn stick up their anus. All their roads make you do u turns then turn right if you want to go left.

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wisconsin. Last to legalize weed in the actual Midwest. Means all of our braindead potheads left the state.
    >t. Wisconsin pothead

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick off, narc

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Case and point. Now imagine dealing with one of these in traffic!
        >Ope!

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I live in Wisconsin. Everyone I know smokes weed. They literally sell THC delta 9 gummies in headshops even though it's illegal. Delta 8 itself is pretty much the exact same shit and it's perfectly legal.

      The only reason it's still illegal is because cops get federal funding for making marijuana arrests and they lobby the shit out of the Republican party in this state.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Indiana because it's where I live and will die.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >midwestern
    It's all souless besides some parts of Michigan

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kansas 100%

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        its the worst, i'm just joshin ya

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          But why? Give a reason

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        wealthy, politics aren't as bad as compared to the rest of the midwest, big suburban houses, less degeneracy and druggies

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Northern Michigan is cool, especially because it has a ton of Coastline, South Dakota has the best Nature, it's kind of like colorada/wyoming/utah lite, Minneapolis is probably the best city, it's actually a pretty nice city despite it's reputation from george floyd shit, Kansas is also very safe a idyllic but the bigger cities are soulless, Iowa is also pretty idyllic but mostly just corn. Missouri has some nice rural areas and legitimately great BBQ culture, but the cities are incredibly shitty
    Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio have to be some of the worst states in the whole country

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wherever there are gaggles of schoolgirls looking to reenact a scene from Soi 6 PATTAYA
    NO FATTYS

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    They are all shit. Shit poison chemical food, shit cold and grey weather, shit grey depressing architecture outside of Chicago, and tons of drugs and crime, and worst of all, all women are fat and disgusting. American women are the fattest in the world and Midwestern and Southern women are the fattest in America. All of the United States is basically what I described and I would kms if I ever had to move back, but this region of the country is somehow even worse than the rest of that shithole prison country.

    All of that being said, the answer is obviously Illinois because of Chicago. At least there you have a cool looking city on a river and some ok pizza. Or much better: direct international flights out of the US pussy prison.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      On a lake*

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Chicago is the biggest shithole of them all. Everything else I agree with.

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    best to worst

    1. Minnesota - 10,000 lakes. More like 10,000 snobs amirite? Actually Minnesota is quite nice but is very liberal; it's almost uncanny how they have a large Swedish influence and they managed to turn the place into Sweden, even the climate is similar. So imagine all the best and worst qualities of Sweden and imagine it as an American state.

    2. Wisconsin - the most alcoholic state, incredibly alcoholic it's unreal. Might be it's large German influence, but it's actually a relatively pleasant state. Milwaukee isn't great, but the rest is nice. 2 / 5 lakes. Lots of hiking and ice fishing.

    3. Ohio - shaped like a heart because it's like America's core, in that it's in the midst of everything and kinda represents Middle America, hence the memes. It's just kinda...there, but it makes a good home base because it is not far from many major cities. It's on the edge of Appalachia so it has some big hills for hiking and Lake Erie may be the worst Great Lake, but it has one. lol. Then there's the 3 C's: Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati so there are enough people and places to keep yourself occupied compared to other places in the Midwest.

    4. Missouri - this one is hard to define because it's like Midwestern and Southern. There's St. Louis which is the most dangerous city in the country, 4th most dangerous in the world. Kansas City is more interesting but still a sprawling heap of bleh. It has the Ozarks which is similar to Appalachia. It's similar to Ohio where it's just there, close to a lot of different cities. Truly the most generic place. That's why it rhymes with Misery.

    continued

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      5. Iowa - The most Midwestern state as it is completely surrounded by other Midwestern states. It's a strange one because it's not part of the Great Plains, so it's this weird limbo state that people only remember exists every 4 years during the election cycle (the Caucus). For a place in the middle of nowhere, it is surprisingly progressive; was one of the first to legalize gay marriage. The people there are smart, honest, and hard working. This is drastically different than the obese trashy pill heads that is common throughout. I don't know why they are different.

      6. Michigan - shaped like a mitten because it's cold af + you have the elusive upper peninsula that everyone forgets about, but it has a lot of lakeside views as it is surrounded by 4 / 5 Great Lakes. There is a lot of underrated forest there, but unfortunately Michigan is terribly run and the infrastructure is abysmal. It's not just Detroit, but pretty much all the cities are ranked some of the lowest in the country in terms of crime and infrastructure.

      7. Illinois - there's Chicago and Everything Else. And the Everything Else is like Indiana, maybe even worse because Chicago decides how the state is run which means more nanny laws and taxes, sucking the soul out of Everything Else. Absolutely nothing to do. Chicago is called Chiraq for a reason due to the perpetual violence, but it is the 3rd biggest city in the country which means there's plenty to do & you could avoid the hellhole. But the state as a whole is terrible.

      8. South Dakota - mostly irrelevant except for the Badlands and Mt. Rushmore, which is pretty overrated. Other than that there is quite literally nothing to do, and it is one of the poorest states, and that's probably because most people there are natives who live on reservations, and there are a lot actually.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        9. North Dakota - was completely irrelevant until the oil fields. Other than that, it has Siberia-tier weather and Mongolia-tier landscape but without hardly any history or culture besides cowboys vs. indians back in the day. It has some badlands out west like Teddy Roosevelt national park which is underrated.

        10. Nebraska - truly irrelevant. There's Omaha but the city has really nothing special. The only special thing about Nebraska is corn and the large freshwater aquifer underground. It's not as flat as you may think.

        11. Kansas - only relevant for being the most known out of the irrelevant states + wizard of oz. It's like the Krasnoyarsk of the USA where it's just in the middle of the country and you just travel past it. That's it, there's nothing. Flatness. Which is actually kinda cool when there is a thunderstorm or a tornado. But the prairie scenery isn't as pretty as Nebraska's. It doesn't even get to have Kansas City which is in Missouri.

        12. Indiana - known as the Crossroads of America, it's just a bunch of interstates cutting through bleak, boring grayness. Even the flat prairie states are more interesting than this soul-crushing purgatory. There's really not much to say. Gary is considered the worst city in the country. Indianapolis is the most generic city.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why are Minnesotans so fricking weird? I'm from Iowa and people from Minnesota just give off this weird vibe of passive aggressiveness. I thought we'd be similar since were so close but we couldn't be further from each other.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        They are Swedes

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        They're weak chinned homosexuals to afraid to speak and tell things to you straight. They need to grow a pair and tell people to frick off to their face when it's deserved.

        >t. Wisconsin resident

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >tfw went and visited the most dangerous city in the country, had no idea
      honestly it was kind of nice, it just felt empty. I just saw the giant negative x^2 and surrounding areas. the joggers were extra joggery but they left me alone
      this is coming from a Californian

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