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Eh, y'don't wanna go to Texarkana, either side. Sure, Texas side's bigger, and Arkansas side's got the liquor stores, but it's best to stay away from that town.
Trust me: that's my hometown. Imagine growing up with the town's motto "Texarkana is Twice as Nice!" Ech. Twice as boring.

BTW: Arkansas' abbreviation is AR. God forbid there should be a Texarkana in Alaska. :)

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