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Springfield: Armpit of America's Buttcrack

A lot more is written about Springfield than Quahog so I was able to make it more distinct. One thing that I discovered is that websites estimate that Springfield has between 30,000 and 60,000 people, making it far smaller than any of the other base cities which, in this terrain, can probably hold up to 300,000 people.




If you saw the movie, you know how polluted Lake Springfield is. I placed a Toxic Waste Plant right by it to give that extra-murky touch it needed.




The giant house is, of course, Mr. Burns mansion, located at the intersection of Croesus and Mammon. Next to that is my version of Mount Springfield. Below the hills you'll find Pressboard Estates, location of Evergreen Terrace where the Simpsons live. Across the river you can make out a stadium. That could be The Duff Beer Krusty Burger Buzz Cola Costington's Department Store Kwik-E Mart Stupid Flanders Park or it could be Springfield Stadium, home of the Isotopes. And that could be Reverend Lovejoy's Presbylutheran Church. Of course, Springfield runs on nuclear power, however I did see an episode where Marge says they also have coal and oil plants in town.

I don't see a bright future for Springfield, especially with the lackluster police force I gave them to mimic the absurd Chief Wiggam, but perhaps I'll be surprised.

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