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said by RayW:With regards to the topic in question, saying it would be easy to find wifi due to Queensland being "rural" is a misnomer. There's over four million people in the state, the majority of which live along the coast from Gold Coast up through Brisbane and inland to Toowoomba. There are also a few cities further north on the coast that have about 150,000-200,000 people each. All of the wifi searching is going to be going on in some large urban areas. To assume that Queensland is all outback and kangaroos is a stereotype that you guys stateside seem to prove all too often, sadly.
I have been to both, and compared to the US eastern seaboard, Queensland is very rural. Heck, just NYC alone has twice the population as all of Queensland. I would move to Queensland in a heartbeat if I could get a better job than I have now, but you could not pay me enough to go to most of the eastern seaboard. Well, maybe not Brisbane, it is growing too fast and they have been building houses too close together the last I saw, but there were some nice areas near by.
I guess a better example would have been Ontario. 13 million people, the majority of which live along the Western end of Lake Ontario, including one of the largest cities in North America. Just because we have vast vast vast stretches of wilderness in the north that would put Queensland to shame does not mean we're a rural province. Then again, you guys probably all think we wear toques year-round and take a dogsled to work.
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said by Snickerdo:What about the Molsen & back-bacon?
Then again, you guys probably all think we wear toques year-round and take a dogsled to work.
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said by Snickerdo:I know...
To assume that Queensland is all outback and kangaroos is a stereotype that you guys stateside seem to prove all too often, sadly.
People in the "highly populated" areas of the north eastern US tend to make the same stereotypical mistake about Texas, and it's in their own country!