|QUOTE (PiersMorgan2nite @ Friday, Nov 11 2011, 06:30)|
| Well. You have just defused your own argument. If I "[only know about LA]" than wouldn't that speak volumes about the culturally-relevancy of the city? |
Listen sir, there's a reason the average Frenchman has no idea where or what Houston is. It's because it's not important, it doesn't matter to the world. Meanwhile everyone everywhere, even in third-world countries, can not only find Los Angeles on a map, but tell you about it. This sort of thing doesn't strike you as important?
Enjoy Saints Row. Sure there isn't much else to do in that backwater you call a hometown.
It speaks about it but your argument doesn't hold any clout because you don't know about other cities. Simple concept to grasp.
I'm not from Houston and a GTA location in Houston would be stupid. LOL Houston is the 4th largest city in the country, I can do almost everything you can in LA. See, you don't know enough about other cities, my point...
I don't care who knows about LA, I know it's important, I never said it wasn't. I specifically said it's over used, repetitive, and not innovative for a location.
I don't own Saint's Row or plan to buy it.
By the way, if Houston was to disappear, your gas prices would nearly double, and the cost of food would skyrocket (Houston's port system). You should learn a thing or two before you say its not important.
My location would be New Orleans, and yes people in third world countries can tell you about it, and when Katrina hit the rigs in the Gulf, the price of oil increased, and we felt it months later.
Read a book boy..
Edited by annie_himself, 11 November 2011 - 07:04 AM.