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Lucas from Imaginando pronounces Organ the same way I would pronounce California's Canada.

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October 13, 2020  | person_outline Tim Webb
“California's Canada”
Is that an Ecotopia reference?
https://www.allmusic.com/album/ecotopia-mw0000651590?1602629035320
On October 13, 2020 - @Enkerli said:
“California's Canada”
Is that an Ecotopia reference?
https://www.allmusic.com/album/ecotopia-mw0000651590?1602629035320

LOL, not directly. That's just how most Californians, or at least Northern Californians, think of Oregon.

Having grown up in San Jose, and lived all over North America, I've noticed a lot of quirks in the way people think of other states based on where they grow up.

As one example; on the East Coast, especially in New England and New York, people think of Florida as a great vacation spot. Or a dream place to retire to. You must have had a successful career if you end up retiring in Florida. I think Florida is a swamp. So far in my life I have rejected two opportunities to vacation there; which would seem insane to everyone who grew up North of the Mason Dixon and East of the Mississippi. Californians think of Hawaii as the tropical destination of choice.
On October 14, 2020 - @Tim Webb said:
Having grown up in San Jose, and lived all over North America, I've noticed a lot of quirks in the way people think of other states based on where they grow up.
All over North America? Sounds like the basis for a neat conversation. On this continent, I’ve only lived in a few parts of the US and Canada.

Growing up as a Jazz fan in the 1970s and 1980s, I used to associate Oregon with Paul McCandless, though he didn’t grow up there (neither did Ralph Towner; Glen Moore did). When I started brewing in 2000, I started associating the whole PNW region with a West Coast IPAs though I soon became a hardcore coffee geek which made the region closer to the Third Wave.

As for Florida, I hear a lot about it from different angles. Which also goes well with the fact that it’s pretty diverse in terms of its geography.
On October 14, 2020 - @Enkerli said:
All over North America? Sounds like the basis for a neat conversation. On this continent, I’ve only lived in a few parts of the US and Canada.

I can't say that I've only lived in the US on a technicality. I also lived on the Mohawk Nation Territory (which is between Ontario and New York) for a bit. I haven't lived in Mexico, nor Canada, but I've spent so much time in Canada that it's merely a formality at this point.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akwesasne

My time in Akwesasne was interesting and worthy of a conversation, but it's a long one and apropos of nothing. I was there installing a computer network at their community center. My host family was a gay couple, who are each worthy of their own conversations as well. One was a convicted rug smuggler (because that's apparently a thing), and the other a French Canadian DJ. I was there for 3 months and just about every day brought a new eye-opening experience.
On October 14, 2020 - @Tim Webb said:
My time in Akwesasne was interesting and worthy of a conversation, but it's a long one and apropos of nothing.
Deal! If we ever do meet in person, that’ll be the opening.
(As you can probably guess, people who grew up near Kahnawà:ke have quite a different perception of Akwesasne.)
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