Indianapolis

city in and county seat of Marion County, Indiana, United States and the Indiana federated state capital city
I myself grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, where common speech sounds like a band saw cutting galvanized tin, and employs a vocabulary as un-ornamental as a monkey wrench... I trust my writing most and others seem to trust it most when I sound most like a person from Indianapolis, which is what I am. ~ Kurt Vonnegut

Indianapolis, founded in 1821, is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Indiana, and also the county seat of Marion County. It is the 12th largest city in the United States and the 29th largest metropolitan area in the United States.

QuotesEdit

  • Can't go west, can't go east
    I'm stuck in Indianapolis
    With a fuel pump that's deceased
    Ten days on the road now
    I'm four hours from my home town
    Is this Hell or Indianapolis
    With no way to get around?
  • "Indianapolis, Indiana," said Constant, "is the first place in the United States of America where a white man was hanged for the murder of an Indian. The kind of people who'll hang a white man for murdering an Indian," said Constant, "that's the kind of people for me."
  • I myself grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, where common speech sounds like a band saw cutting galvanized tin, and employs a vocabulary as un-ornamental as a monkey wrench... I trust my writing most and others seem to trust it most when I sound most like a person from Indianapolis, which is what I am.

External linksEdit

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