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Buffalo, the only winless town in the world

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Yep, that place sucks.

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Little known factoid of the day. The word Buffalo originated from the toungue of a native american tribe out of New York state. The Cayuga indian tribe of New York used the term "Buffalo" when describing how bad a pile of moose sh*t smelled.

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Also, did you know that no one in buffalo is over five foot six and they all smell like cheap beer, garlic and titsweat. Thats a fact.

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Unlike life of Bill fans, South Cak got his prediction spot on!! :cool:

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Buffalo is probably the dirtiest, uneducated city on the whole continent.

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Saw a Canadian flag in the background of one of those pictures...Bills fans know where their team is.

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flew from Hamilton to Moncton, New Brunswick a couple weeks ago and our flight was diverted so as it wouldn't cross Buffalo airspace for fear it would crash from fail in the air

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