Talk:Inland Empire

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edit Nicely done

This article is hilarious, unlike most of the nonsense on this site. Impressive that it was written by one person.

edit Indeed

Though the person above has no fucking clue what they're talking about I'm sure, I do enjoy this article. The reason likely has something to do with the fact that I lived in the Inland empire for somewhere around 13 years, just until recently when I moved to the much more exciting Los Angeles. And I hated every moment of it. I was disappointed there was no mention of lifted trucks and Monster energy drinks though. -RAHB 13:28, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

Are... are... are... ahem... are you telling me that everywhere else they don't have Monster energy drinks occupying eight coolers in every store, even in the J.C.Penney at the mall? Like they do here? I had no idea. --Globaltourniquet - (was TPLN) 17:08, 24 March 2009 (UTC)
It's mind-blowing, I know. Some places even have other energy drinks. And not just alternate flavors of Monster. -RAHB 17:28, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

edit Trivia

Add some trivia on the Inland Empire to make the article very funny, interesting and funteresting! I thought about creating a list of each city in the Inland Empire. For example:

  • Corona, The largest dwarf/midget community in America.
  • Fontana, birthplace of the Hell's Angels biker gang.
  • Murrieta, a hidden cold-war-era nuclear missile installation.
  • San Jacinto, headquarters to the World Church of Scientology.

+ 08:50, 11 April 2009 (UTC)

For reasons I have learned to appreciate, the Uncyc community is staunchly against lists like this. They are usually so dreadfully undigestible that after looking at one too many, even a small one that could be funny becomes gut-wrenchingly off-putting. --Globaltourniquet - (was TPLN) 06:46, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
Not exactly a list, but the article should mention alot more odd ends and useless facts of information. I created the article Palm Springs for the Inland Empire's most famed communities, the desert sun-fried people deserve their own article. + PotatoSmut 05:57, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
The term "useless facts" says it all. You start to talk about too much shit that only locals will understand, and the article starts to become completely incomprehensible to the non-resident. -RAHB 21:27, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
And Wikipedia deleted a wonderfully done paragraph on Inland Empire's notorious gangs, because only locals take GREAT offense to. Why not? Riverside and San Bernardino are in the midst of a huge gang war, but the news media is the only ones having a field day with this. Inland Empire is known for serial killers...and the next generation of violent criminal felons of the future. + 02:05, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
I lived in Corona for the past 12 years of my life. The only potential I saw for the violent criminals and felons of the future is if somebody manages to go on an accidental killing spree in the midst of a great bout of stupidity. -RAHB 06:11, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

edit So did you hear about this?

Some chick in Corona says her dad was the Zodiac killer. OMG! -RAHB 06:08, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

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