I lived here for ten YEARS. University town of about 60,000, with signs outside the limits saying "First Home of Bill and Hillary Clinton." Home of the University of Arkansas, and, hence, the Razorbacks. Ya-hoo. Full of yuppie rednecks. There's some semblance of nightlife on Dickson Street, and an awesome park with a Tolkien-esque miniature castle. The nearest semi-real cities, Dallas and Kansas City, are five hours away.

Don't forget Tulsa, OK, it's pretty big too.

One of the more comical residents of Fayetteville is Jay Cole, Jr., who is only surpassed by the jocularity of his father, Jay Cole. Fayetteville is also the home of the Substation, which changed its name to Loafin' Joe's so they could franchise. There's a really nice coffee house called Common Grounds. It's on Dickson Street, which is where all the action happens in Fayetteville. There are three 24/7 eating establishments in Fayetteville. They are Casa Taco, which is a Mexican restaurant, the Waffle House, and International House of Pancakes, where one is very likely to find Chester, who drives a hearse at odd hours of the morning. Casa Taco also does 24/7 delivery (50 cent charge).

In addition to the restaurants, there are 2 Wal-Mart Supercenters which are also open 24/7. In case you are unenlightened regarding Supercenters, they a like a huge meta-store containing a grocery store along with everything else you would expect to find at a Wal-Mart. But I digress...

The park with the castle is Wilson Park. Another fun park in The People's Republic of Fayettenam is Walker Park which has a large outdoor skate park maintained by the city and free to the public.

Fayetteville is the current home of eccentric super-realist artist Donald Roller Wilson (usually referred to simply as "Roller").

Persistent rumors state that: a 5-ton kaiju-theater-style Giga-Chicken-Monster resides in a giant cloning vat in a super-secret sub-basement of the University of Arkansas's Center of Excellence for Poultry Science. Another local story is that the Old Main building is, in fact, no building at all, but rather the ornate, half-exposed head-dress of a giant sleeping Aztec god, from before the tribe moved south from it's original home, Springdale, AR, to Mexico, at least 100 years ago. These rumors are almost certainly true.

Also, Arsaga's pwns Common Grounds.

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