Later, the town had its civilization rebuilt. Also, management apparently gives employees benefits for storing nuclear waste in buildings; in some episodes, barrels of waste have been seen in the Simpsons' basement. Before they leave, Homer apologizes to his former best-friend Peter Griffinbut it later ends up into a fight after Peter told him that Homer's family including him sucked. To keep the pollution from spreading to other towns, Russ Cargillhead of the EPA, convinced President Arnold Schwarzenegger to unknowingly seal Springfield inside a gigantic dome built by a company owned by Cargill.
There is a large gap between wealthy citizens such as Krusty the Clown and Mr. Springfield also has a strange smell that is uncomfortable to new residents.
This is geographically impossible as only Ohio and Kentucky share borders and Nevada being on the other side of the country from the other three. As seen in several episodes a fair amount of people owns guns. The second or official founder of Springfield was pioneer Jebediah Springfield, widely celebrated in the town as a brave and proud American hero.
One example of the citizens' gross stupidity is when they once managed to reelect Quimby in a landslide, despite admitting in a stump speech that he had used the town's treasury to fund the murder of his enemies, simply because he paraphrased Gabbo's trademark line "I'm a bad widdle boy.
When the Griffins returned home, Lois Griffin tells Peter that the company wasn't enforced yet.
At this point, the city's streets were literally paved with gold. People and culture The geographic location of Springfield is unknown and possibly unknowable, but Springfield is generally considered to depict, in a lampooning manner, "bread-and-butter" Middle America, culturally somewhere between a suburb and a small town. Also perhaps due to this, the book reports that international law forbids shipping produce from Springfield; those who do venture gambling areas in nevada a local supermarket or farmer's market may find that it gives off a barely audible hum.
Springfieldians are not, for the most part, cosmopolitan, and most are of lower-middle to middle income. Springfield is also the first United States city to abandon the Metric system. The Springfield Shopper is proud of the fact that they use absolutely no recycled material in their paper.
In its early days, the city was the target of many Native American Indian raids, and to this day many forts and trading posts remain including Fort Springfield and Fort Sensible. It was also the site of two battles during the American Civil War. Another thing to note is Springfield is very well armed.
Springfield is also "proudly" home to the state's largest tire fire, which has been continuously burning for approximately 42 years, which does nothing to improve the air quality.
He famously once killed a bear with his bare hands, and this deed is immortalized in a bronze statue in front of the city hall. Even the mention of the word can cause one of the town residents to pass out from boredom, or at least slam the door in the face of plucky little girls concerned about the state of their town without a second thought, or even throw anything they can get their hands on at the Green Day raft just for saying that they wanted to talk about it.
Springfield has two movie theatres: Gambling areas in nevada, revisionist historians have since determined that the bear in fact probably killed Springfield, and not vice-versa. Later History Springfield eventually fell into a massive economic crisis that resulted in several large cutbacks, as well as forcing several of the citizens to move to Detroit to find better job opportunities.
After the car was found, the Griffins were taken to court for the infringement of Pawtucket Patriot Ale for imitating Duff Beer. During that time, the town fell into ruin and was plagued by power shortages Mr. Springfield is also subject to a number of natural disasters including avalanches, earthquakes, acid rain, floods, hurricanes, lightning strikes, tornadoes, and volcanic eruptions.
As described by Dr. A majority of the time, the Springfieldians are shown to be especially fair-weather and fickle towards the Simpson familyeven by close friends and other family members. This opening sequence is cutting this head of statue of Statue of Jebediah Springfield which Kearney and Jimbo cutting the head.
Springfield was declared one of America's fastest-growing cities. The population is about 40, At one point in the town's history, gambling was legalized due to an economic slump.
Lisa Simpson later discovered that Jebediah Springfield was, in fact, Hans Sprungfeld, a murderous pirate, and enemy of George Washington, but eventually suggested that the myth of Springfield should be preserved for the inspiration it gives to people and did not reveal her findings.
Springfield once had a concert hallbut it was closed down after the first two measures of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and turned into the Montgomery Burns State Penitentiary.
It is located on the coast of a large body of water, possibly an ocean.