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Old 05-01-2007, 05:58 PM   #21
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One of the Greatest beers in America is made there....(well, not really that close to Pittsburgh, but still - it's in the same state!!!) http://www.yuengling.com


Pittsburgh ain't that bad. They have Primanti's famous sandwiches (grilled meat, a vinegar-based cole slaw, tomato slices, and french fries between two pieces of Italian bread) , they say Yinns (like y'all) and it is always raining there! I travel to Pittsburgh twice a year for business. In 10 years of doings this, it has rained every time I've visited, regardless of the season!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primanti%27s
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Well good old Pitt didnt score to well here


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Ya the Steelers have a big following. Im jealous going to Three Rivers would have been a cool experience. Before I die Id like to go see a Steelers game in Pittsburgh.
I lived in Pittsburgh as a kid and have been a life long Steeler fan ever since even though I hadnt been back in 30+ years. Last year for my birthday, my wife surprised me with tickets to the Steelers / Saints game in Pittsburgh. I think I'll keep her a bit longer
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I was born and lived most of my life in Waynesburg PA, about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. When I was younger, you went once a year to South Hills Village, for school shopping. It is outside of Pittsburgh, but it was a big deal! I spent June through August 1994 in training in Pittsburgh. I saved the per diem money through the week and my DH and DD came on weekends and we would go to museums and eat out at very nice restaurants. Go Steelers!!!! I can not say the same thing about Pitt Panthers, since I now live in Morgantown WV. Go WVU!!!
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I was born and lived most of my life in Waynesburg PA, about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. When I was younger, you went once a year to South Hills Village, for school shopping. It is outside of Pittsburgh, but it was a big deal! I spent June through August 1994 in training in Pittsburgh. I saved the per diem money through the week and my DH and DD came on weekends and we would go to museums and eat out at very nice restaurants. Go Steelers!!!! I can not say the same thing about Pitt Panthers, since I now live in Morgantown WV. Go WVU!!!
As a Mountaineer living in Pittsburgh, I will second your "GO WVU" and
"GO MOUNTAINEERS" !
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