History UsefulNotes / Michigan

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* Charles Lindbergh was born in Detroit.

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* Charles Lindbergh was born in Detroit.Detroit; he later moved to UsefulNotes/NewJersey.



* Music/ArethaFranklin, although born in Memphis, was raised in Detroit.

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* Music/ArethaFranklin, although born in Memphis, was raised in Detroit. She still lives in the area, and is active in the community. She even [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEalEKNu7jM makes a ham with a glaze based on Vernors]] (Detroit's native sweet, strongly-flavored ginger ale; Vernors-glazed holiday hams are quite common in Detroit's Black community).
17th Mar '17 10:16:08 PM karstovich2
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* West Michigan: Often called the West Coast, since it lies on the shore of Lake Michigan. Centered on Grand Rapids, the state's second-largest city, which was historically a major base for the furniture industry (so much so that even today it's sometimes called Furniture City); today, the most famous company in the city is "[[InsistentTerminology multi-level marketing]]" [[WeCare consumer goods company]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Amway]], although office-furniture giant Steelcase is based in the area and the legendary Herman Miller company (of Aeron Chair fame) is based in nearby Zeeland. Also home to large numbers of stern Dutch Calvinists (to the point that there's a town of Holland just west of Grand Rapids with an annual tulip festival, wooden shoes, and a Dutch Reformed seminary/college),[[note]]And now you know why there's FreestateAmsterdam: the stern Christians went off to Michigan, and sadly that's not just a joke, it's seriously true.[[/note]] with a predictable effect on the region's politics: although the city of Grand Rapids itself is quite liberal (having been abandoned by the Dutch and taken over by Catholic Italians, Poles, and Latinos), the region as a whole is considered a very safe seat for the Republicans; it was securely UsefulNotes/GeraldFord's seat for years, and today Libertarian/Tea Party darling Justin Amash represents Greater Grand Rapids [[BerserkButton including downtown Grand Rapids itself]], and [[RantInducingSlight asking "How can that be?"]] will earn you a long and '''loud''' lecture on what "Gerrymandering" is.[[note]]In total fairness to Mr. Amash, the City of Grand Rapids is not even close to being large enough on its own for a Congressional district: the city has about 188,000 people, while a Congressional district in Michigan needs to have, on average, about 706,000. On the other hand, Grand Rapids is divided between two districts with heavily rural populations outside the city instead of being part of a single unified district that would be much more competitive thanks to GR's persuadable suburbs, which are also divided--although to be fair yet again, those suburbs definitely ''lean'' Republican: Kent County (in which GR sits) has a population of about 610,000 (a little short of a full Congressional district), and the county government is mostly Republican.[[/note]]

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* West Michigan: Often called the West Coast, since it lies on the shore of Lake Michigan. Centered on Grand Rapids, the state's second-largest city, which was historically a major base for the furniture industry (so much so that even today it's sometimes called Furniture City); today, the most famous company in the city is "[[InsistentTerminology "seriously, it's [[InsistentTerminology multi-level marketing]]" marketing]], we swear we're not a PyramidScheme" [[WeCare consumer goods company]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Amway]], although office-furniture giant Steelcase is based in the area and the legendary Herman Miller company (of Aeron Chair fame) is based in nearby Zeeland. Also home to large numbers of stern Dutch Calvinists (to the point that there's a town of Holland just west of Grand Rapids with an annual tulip festival, wooden shoes, and a Dutch Reformed seminary/college),[[note]]And now you know why there's FreestateAmsterdam: the stern Christians went off to Michigan, and sadly that's not just a joke, it's seriously true.[[/note]] with a predictable effect on the region's politics: although the city of Grand Rapids itself is quite liberal (having been abandoned by the Dutch and taken over by Catholic Italians, Poles, and Latinos), the region as a whole is considered a very safe seat for the Republicans; it was securely UsefulNotes/GeraldFord's seat for years, and today Libertarian/Tea Party darling Justin Amash represents Greater Grand Rapids [[BerserkButton including downtown Grand Rapids itself]], and [[RantInducingSlight asking "How can that be?"]] will earn you a long and '''loud''' lecture on what "Gerrymandering" is.[[note]]In total fairness to Mr. Amash, the City of Grand Rapids is not even close to being large enough on its own for a Congressional district: the city has about 188,000 people, while a Congressional district in Michigan needs to have, on average, about 706,000. On the other hand, Grand Rapids is divided between two districts with heavily rural populations outside the city instead of being part of a single unified district that would be much more competitive thanks to GR's persuadable suburbs, which are also divided--although to be fair yet again, those suburbs definitely ''lean'' Republican: Kent County (in which GR sits) has a population of about 610,000 (a little short of a full Congressional district), and the county government is mostly Republican.[[/note]]
15th Dec '16 8:41:23 AM Schwagle
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* The two largest Universities in the state are the UsefulNotes/UniversityOfMichigan in Ann Arbor and Michigan State University (in East Lansing, which is immediately [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin east of Lansing]]). The two Universities are leading National Research Institutions and they share an intense, in-state rivalry with each other in sports--and everything else.[[note]]Academically, consensus holds that MSU's best programs are better than their equivalents at Michigan, but that Michigan is better on average--if only because Michigan is often the "safety school" for East Coasters who ''just'' missed the UsefulNotes/IvyLeague. MSU, on the other hand--and in particular its best programs--is a highly-desired target school for less well-off kids from Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Additionally, people in the know note the remarkable number of University of Chicago grads who go on to become MSU profs and and the number of MSU grads who go on to study at [=UChicago=]; they tend think of MSU as a sort of public-university outpost of Chicago. MSU is almost universally agreed, however to have a '''much''' better men's basketball program thanks to their coach Tom Izzo, widely agreed to be one of the best college basketball coaches in the nation, and somewhat infamous for his willingness to make fun of himself[[/note]] How [[FriendlyEnemy friendly]] this rivalry gets depends on who you ask; since many Michiganders have relatives who went to both, and many went to both themselves (it's actually surprisingly common for doctors and lawyers from Michigan to have attended MSU for undergrad and then Michigan for med school/law school) there's often a desire to keep the peace, but others regard the other school as The Enemy (or at U of M, The Second Enemy, The First Enemy being Ohio State), with whom there is no reconciliation. If Michigan State is playing against Ohio State, U of M will be angry no matter the result. U of M feels they're the only school allowed to defeat Michigan State, but they also don't want MSU to rob them of the opportunity to conquer the Buckeyes. That said, if Michigan's luck has been lousy enough to rule out a Wolverines-Buckeyes game, then most U of M fans will (grudgingly) root for the Michigan State Spartans. The rivalry against Ohio State stems all the way back to Michigan's birth as a state, during which the then-Michigan Territory declared war on Ohio over who the city of [[UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio Toledo]] belonged to. This border dispute awarded the Toledo Strip to Ohio and gave Michigan the Upper Peninsula as a "consolation". Some Michiganders remain bitter to this day about the whole debacle even though Wisconsin arguably was the state hurt the most by the "Toledo War" and in the long run Michigan actually made out quite well with the Upper Peninsula's abundant natural resources.[[note]]Not that Ohio has forgotten the grudge; every true Ohioan knows a certain ditty, to the tune of "The Old Gray Mare," that goes, ''We don't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan... 'cause we're from O-hi-o.''[[/note]]

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* The two largest Universities in the state are the UsefulNotes/UniversityOfMichigan in Ann Arbor and Michigan State University (in East Lansing, which is immediately [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin east of Lansing]]). The two Universities are leading National Research Institutions and they share an intense, in-state rivalry with each other in sports--and everything else.[[note]]Academically, consensus holds that MSU's best programs are better than their equivalents at Michigan, but that Michigan is better on average--if only because Michigan is often the "safety school" for East Coasters who ''just'' missed the UsefulNotes/IvyLeague. MSU, on the other hand--and in particular its best programs--is a highly-desired target school for less well-off kids from Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Additionally, people in the know note the remarkable number of University of Chicago grads who go on to become MSU profs and and the number of MSU grads who go on to study at [=UChicago=]; they tend think of MSU as a sort of public-university outpost of Chicago. MSU is almost universally agreed, however to have a '''much''' better men's basketball program thanks to their coach Tom Izzo, widely agreed to be one of the best college basketball coaches in the nation, and somewhat infamous for his willingness to make fun of himself[[/note]] How [[FriendlyEnemy friendly]] this rivalry gets depends on who you ask; since many Michiganders have relatives who went to both, and many went to both themselves (it's actually surprisingly common for doctors and lawyers from Michigan to have attended MSU for undergrad and then Michigan for med school/law school) there's often a desire to keep the peace, but others regard the other school as The Enemy (or at U of M, The Second Enemy, The First Enemy being Ohio State), with whom there is no reconciliation. If Michigan State is playing against Ohio State, U of M will be angry no matter the result. U of M feels they're [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou the only school allowed to defeat Michigan State, State]], but they also don't want MSU to rob them of the opportunity to conquer the Buckeyes. That said, if Michigan's luck has been lousy enough to rule out a Wolverines-Buckeyes game, then most U of M fans will (grudgingly) root for the Michigan State Spartans. The rivalry against Ohio State stems all the way back to Michigan's birth as a state, during which the then-Michigan Territory declared war on Ohio over who the city of [[UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio Toledo]] belonged to. This border dispute awarded the Toledo Strip to Ohio and gave Michigan the Upper Peninsula as a "consolation". Some Michiganders remain bitter to this day about the whole debacle even though Wisconsin arguably was the state hurt the most by the "Toledo War" and in the long run Michigan actually made out quite well with the Upper Peninsula's abundant natural resources.[[note]]Not that Ohio has forgotten the grudge; every true Ohioan knows a certain ditty, to the tune of "The Old Gray Mare," that goes, ''We don't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan... 'cause we're from O-hi-o.''[[/note]]
10th Dec '16 3:33:39 PM Timber
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* The Upper Peninsula: Even more sparsely-populated and wilderness-covered than Northern Lower Michigan, with an economy broadly similar to that region. Its inhabitants ("Yoopers") are considered to be a breed of their own, with a [[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents distinctive dialect]] that sounds more [[Film/{{Fargo}} Minnesota]] than Michigan, thanks to heavy Nordic (particularly Finnish) immigration. It gets thicker as you approach the border with Wisconsin. Call other Michiganders "trolls" because they live "under da bridge" (the Mackinac Bridge, which carries I-75 from St. Ignace in the UP to Mackinaw City in the LP). Famous for pasties--the Cornish kind, little folded meat pies. Yoopers have on occasion threatened to secede from Michigan and either join Wisconsin or form their own state of Superior; these proposals have gotten nowhere, but have brought attention to the UP's grievances.

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** Also home to Mackinaw City, another popular tourist town and the southern anchor of the Mackinac Bridge, which connects the Upper and Lower Peninsulas and is the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere between anchorages[[note]]The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in New York City and Golden Gate Bridge in San Fransisco are commonly cited as longer, but this is only true if only the suspension spans are counted- The Mighty Mac has a whopping total span length of 5 miles, compared to the Verrazano-Narrows' 2.6 miles and the Golden Gate's tiny 1.7 miles[[/note]]. Also a common base for tourists to Mackinac Island, an extremely popular tourist destination for Midwesterners that gained national recognition as the filming location for the cult classic Film/SomewhereInTime. Yes, the city is spelled "Mackinaw" and the bridge and island are spelled "Mackinac," and for reference, both are pronounced "Mackinaw."
* The Upper Peninsula: Even more sparsely-populated and wilderness-covered than Northern Lower Michigan, with an economy broadly similar to that region. Its inhabitants ("Yoopers") are considered to be a breed of their own, with a [[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents distinctive dialect]] that sounds more [[Film/{{Fargo}} Minnesota]] than Michigan, thanks to heavy Nordic (particularly Finnish) immigration. It gets thicker as you approach the border with Wisconsin. Call other Michiganders "trolls" because they live "under da bridge" (the Mackinac Bridge, which carries I-75 from St. Ignace in the UP to Mackinaw City in the LP). Famous for pasties--the Cornish kind, little folded meat pies. Yoopers have on occasion threatened to secede from Michigan and either join Wisconsin or form their own state of Superior; these proposals have gotten nowhere, but have brought attention to the UP's grievances.
grievances. The mining industry historically dominated the area due to its rich copper and iron ore veins, but mining in the area hasn't been economically viable in several decades. To this day though, the western Upper Peninsula is frequently nicknamed "Copper Country," and is the unlikely location of one of the Midwest's best engineering schools, Michigan Technological University, which got its start as a mining school.
11th Oct '16 5:34:42 AM HappilyDeranged
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* Series/TheDailyShow correspondent Jordan Klepper, from Kalamazoo.
17th Aug '16 5:50:55 PM LaptopGuy
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* Jeff Daniels grew up in Chelsea and attended Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant

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* Jeff Daniels (born in Georgia) grew up in Chelsea and attended Central Michigan University in Mt. PleasantPleasant.



* Ellen Burstyn was born in Detroit.

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* Ellen Burstyn was born and raised in Detroit.



* Music/ArethaFranklin was raised in Detroit.

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* Music/ArethaFranklin Music/ArethaFranklin, although born in Memphis, was raised in Detroit.



* [[Series/MythBusters Jamie Hyneman]], from Marshall.
* [[Series/TheXFiles Gillian Anderson]], from Grand Rapids, was voted "most likely to get arrested" by her high school classmates.

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* [[Series/MythBusters Jamie Hyneman]], Hyneman]] is from Marshall.
Marshall, although ''[=MythBusters=]'' was based in San Francisco.
* [[Series/TheXFiles Gillian Anderson]], Creator/GillianAnderson (although born in Chicago and later based in England), from Grand Rapids, was voted "most likely to get arrested" by her high school classmates.



* Music/AliceCooper is from Allen Park.
* Francis Ford Coppola was born in Detroit.
* Tom Selleck was born in Detroit.

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* Music/AliceCooper is from Allen Park.
Park, but was raised in Phoenix, Arizona.
* Francis Ford Coppola was born in Detroit.
Detroit, although raised in Long Island and New York City.
* Tom Selleck was born in Detroit.Detroit, but based in Califronia.



* David Spade is from Birmingham.

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* David Spade is from Birmingham.Birmingham, but grew up in Arizona.



* Creator/BruceCampbell is from Royal Oak.

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* Creator/BruceCampbell is and Creator/SamRaimi are from Royal Oak.Oak, where they became childhood friends.



* Creator/TimAllen was raised in Birmingham (although born in Denver) and attended CMU and Western. . He currently narrates the "Pure Michigan" tourism ads.

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* Creator/TimAllen was raised in Birmingham (although born in Denver) and attended CMU and Western. . He currently narrates the "Pure Michigan" tourism ads.
11th Aug '16 2:26:16 PM Morgenthaler
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** Traverse City--roughly at the "pinky" of the "mitten" is noted for its fruit production (the lake effect moderating its climate), particularly cherries and grapes (so, yes, you snobs and drunkards, wine). Even crops considered to be warm-weather (like peaches) can thrive in the region. It does still get cold of course, but actually helps with some of the fruit; this region produces some really good ice wine (an originally German style of dessert wine that requires the grapes to freeze solid on the vine; this concentrates the sugars). Also home to a film festival started by MichaelMoore; locals have mixed feelings about this.

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** Traverse City--roughly at the "pinky" of the "mitten" is noted for its fruit production (the lake effect moderating its climate), particularly cherries and grapes (so, yes, you snobs and drunkards, wine). Even crops considered to be warm-weather (like peaches) can thrive in the region. It does still get cold of course, but actually helps with some of the fruit; this region produces some really good ice wine (an originally German style of dessert wine that requires the grapes to freeze solid on the vine; this concentrates the sugars). Also home to a film festival started by MichaelMoore; Creator/MichaelMoore; locals have mixed feelings about this.
5th Jul '16 5:05:29 PM nombretomado
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* Mid-Michigan: Centered on the state capital, Lansing. Moderately populated, its economy is dependent on agriculture, some industry (if you're driving a Cadillac in America, it was probably made in Lansing), government (around Lansing), and education (around Lansing and Mt. Pleasant). The Lansing area plays host to one major university (Michigan State University, in East Lansing), one significant third-tier law school (Cooley, in Downtown Lansing) a vocational college (Davenport University, again in downtown), besides the obligatory community college. Mount Pleasant is home to Central Michigan University, which is respectable enough for a "directional" college. CMU has an intense rivalry with Western Michigan, and to a lesser extent Eastern as well. CMU also boasts one of the best broadcasting programs in the state, and has beaten out MSU in recent years. Jackson, in the south-central part of the state, is roughly the midway point between between Ann Arbor and Lansing (traveling northwest) and between Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo (traveling roughly due west); it is notable in Michigan for playing host to Michigan's most important maximum-security prison and being the birthplace of the [[AmericanPoliticalSystem Republican Party]].[[note]]This last is somewhat ironic, as Jackson is named after AndrewJackson, the founder of the Democratic Party in its current institutional form.[[/note]] Flint--essentially Detroit-like, but smaller--can be considered part of Mid-Michigan (with the Tri-Cities of Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland), Southeast Michigan, or...

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* Mid-Michigan: Centered on the state capital, Lansing. Moderately populated, its economy is dependent on agriculture, some industry (if you're driving a Cadillac in America, it was probably made in Lansing), government (around Lansing), and education (around Lansing and Mt. Pleasant). The Lansing area plays host to one major university (Michigan State University, in East Lansing), one significant third-tier law school (Cooley, in Downtown Lansing) a vocational college (Davenport University, again in downtown), besides the obligatory community college. Mount Pleasant is home to Central Michigan University, which is respectable enough for a "directional" college. CMU has an intense rivalry with Western Michigan, and to a lesser extent Eastern as well. CMU also boasts one of the best broadcasting programs in the state, and has beaten out MSU in recent years. Jackson, in the south-central part of the state, is roughly the midway point between between Ann Arbor and Lansing (traveling northwest) and between Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo (traveling roughly due west); it is notable in Michigan for playing host to Michigan's most important maximum-security prison and being the birthplace of the [[AmericanPoliticalSystem Republican Party]].[[note]]This last is somewhat ironic, as Jackson is named after AndrewJackson, UsefulNotes/AndrewJackson, the founder of the Democratic Party in its current institutional form.[[/note]] Flint--essentially Detroit-like, but smaller--can be considered part of Mid-Michigan (with the Tri-Cities of Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland), Southeast Michigan, or...
15th May '16 12:48:15 PM karstovich2
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* Most of the ''Film/AmericanPie'' movies.

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* Most of the ''Film/AmericanPie'' movies.
movies: the characters go to/went to high school in Grosse Pointe (next to Detroit), but there are locations across the state (particularly band camp, heavily implied to be somewhere in the vicinity of Hillsdale County).
15th May '16 12:41:30 PM karstovich2
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* The two largest Universities in the state are the UsefulNotes/UniversityOfMichigan in Ann Arbor and Michigan State University (in East Lansing, which is immediately [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin east of Lansing]]). The two Universities are leading National Research Institutions and they share an intense, in-state rivalry with each other in sports--and everything else.[[note]]Academically, consensus holds that MSU's best programs are better than their equivalents at Michigan, but that Michigan is better on average--if only because Michigan is often the "safety school" for East Coasters who ''just'' missed the UsefulNotes/IvyLeague. MSU, on the other hand--and in particular its best programs--is a highly-desired target school for less well-off kids from Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Additionally, people in the know note the remarkable number of University of Chicago grads who go on to become MSU profs and and the number of MSU grads who go on to study at [=UChicago=]; they tend think of MSU as a sort of public-university outpost of Chicago. MSU is almost universally agreed, however to have a '''much''' better men's basketball program thanks to their coach Tom Izzo, widely agreed to be one of the best college basketball coaches in the nation, and somewhat infamous for his willingness to make fun of himself[[/note]] How [[FriendlyEnemy friendly]] this rivalry gets depends on who you ask; since many Michiganders have relatives who went to both, there's often a desire to keep the peace, but others regard the other school as The Enemy (or at U of M, The Second Enemy, The First Enemy being Ohio State), with whom there is no reconciliation. If Michigan State is playing against Ohio State, U of M will be angry no matter the result. U of M feels they're the only school allowed to defeat Michigan State, but they also don't want MSU to rob them of the opportunity to conquer the Buckeyes. That said, if Michigan's luck has been lousy enough to rule out a Wolverines-Buckeyes game, then most U of M fans will (grudgingly) root for the Michigan State Spartans. The rivalry against Ohio State stems all the way back to Michigan's birth as a state, during which the then-Michigan Territory declared war on Ohio over who the city of [[UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio Toledo]] belonged to. This border dispute awarded the Toledo Strip to Ohio and gave Michigan the Upper Peninsula as a "consolation". Some Michiganders remain bitter to this day about the whole debacle even though Wisconsin arguably was the state hurt the most by the "Toledo War" and in the long run Michigan actually made out quite well with the Upper Peninsula's abundant natural resources.[[note]]Not that Ohio has forgotten the grudge; every true Ohioan knows a certain ditty, to the tune of "The Old Gray Mare," that goes, ''We don't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan... 'cause we're from O-hi-o.''[[/note]]

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* The two largest Universities in the state are the UsefulNotes/UniversityOfMichigan in Ann Arbor and Michigan State University (in East Lansing, which is immediately [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin east of Lansing]]). The two Universities are leading National Research Institutions and they share an intense, in-state rivalry with each other in sports--and everything else.[[note]]Academically, consensus holds that MSU's best programs are better than their equivalents at Michigan, but that Michigan is better on average--if only because Michigan is often the "safety school" for East Coasters who ''just'' missed the UsefulNotes/IvyLeague. MSU, on the other hand--and in particular its best programs--is a highly-desired target school for less well-off kids from Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Additionally, people in the know note the remarkable number of University of Chicago grads who go on to become MSU profs and and the number of MSU grads who go on to study at [=UChicago=]; they tend think of MSU as a sort of public-university outpost of Chicago. MSU is almost universally agreed, however to have a '''much''' better men's basketball program thanks to their coach Tom Izzo, widely agreed to be one of the best college basketball coaches in the nation, and somewhat infamous for his willingness to make fun of himself[[/note]] How [[FriendlyEnemy friendly]] this rivalry gets depends on who you ask; since many Michiganders have relatives who went to both, and many went to both themselves (it's actually surprisingly common for doctors and lawyers from Michigan to have attended MSU for undergrad and then Michigan for med school/law school) there's often a desire to keep the peace, but others regard the other school as The Enemy (or at U of M, The Second Enemy, The First Enemy being Ohio State), with whom there is no reconciliation. If Michigan State is playing against Ohio State, U of M will be angry no matter the result. U of M feels they're the only school allowed to defeat Michigan State, but they also don't want MSU to rob them of the opportunity to conquer the Buckeyes. That said, if Michigan's luck has been lousy enough to rule out a Wolverines-Buckeyes game, then most U of M fans will (grudgingly) root for the Michigan State Spartans. The rivalry against Ohio State stems all the way back to Michigan's birth as a state, during which the then-Michigan Territory declared war on Ohio over who the city of [[UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio Toledo]] belonged to. This border dispute awarded the Toledo Strip to Ohio and gave Michigan the Upper Peninsula as a "consolation". Some Michiganders remain bitter to this day about the whole debacle even though Wisconsin arguably was the state hurt the most by the "Toledo War" and in the long run Michigan actually made out quite well with the Upper Peninsula's abundant natural resources.[[note]]Not that Ohio has forgotten the grudge; every true Ohioan knows a certain ditty, to the tune of "The Old Gray Mare," that goes, ''We don't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan... 'cause we're from O-hi-o.''[[/note]]
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