Originally Posted by larryace
Suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, USA in beautiful Bucks County, location of the epic struggle for Americas freedom from England. It's a great part of America to live in, you have oceans, mountains, beautiful country, world culture, great food, not too many earthquakes or tornados. I feel fairly safe here. NJ protects us from a Tsunami. No offense to England or NJ intended.
YOU HAVE NO OCEANS - THEY ARE OURS HERE IN NJ! :)
NJ is thought of as a satellite wasteland of NYC and Phildelphia, but it is actually an awesome state in terms of diversity of geography. We do have both mountains and the ocean, as well as significant farmlands (yes, we are the Garden State for a reason). The environmentally protected area of the Pinelands Reserve in southern NJ is over 1 millions acres in size. I can drive to Philadelphia in a half hour, yet I have a dairy farm down the street. And despite NY's claims, we technically "own" the Statue of Liberty.
Besides, who doesn't love The Sopranos
and Frank Sinatra