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chocolate, fireworks, candy, children's cartoons, toys, Spirographs, crackers, peanuts, fake vomit, pillows, apple cider, and boxes, as well as a steel mill.
During Homer Simpson's tenure as Springfield's Sanitation Commissioner, however, the whole town was relocated "five miles down the road" and reformed, as the previous location had become flooded with garbage and waste due to Homer's allowing other cities to dump their garbage into the mines that run under the town.
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.
However, revisionist historians have since determined that the bear in fact probably killed Springfield, and not vice-versa.
During that time, the town fell into ruin and was plagued by power shortages (Mr.
Burns refused to give free power) and lack of supplies.
The Military once invaded Springfield despite it being an American city due to Homer and his OPNOR unit going A. At one point in the town's history, gambling was legalized due to an economic slump.
To attract more people into the town, Springfield legalized gay marriage.
It is located near Shelbyville, Capital City, Ogdenville, and North Haverbrook.
Manhattan wanted to found a city where men were free to marry their cousins, but Springfield refused to allow it, so Shelbyville was founded as a rival town.
The story of the dispute between Jebediah Springfield and Shelbyville Manhattan contains faint references to the historical stories of the deal between Asa Lovejoy and William Overton to file a land claim, and the dispute between Lovejoy and Francis W. Springfield originally existed in 1648 as Sprynge-Fielde, and the name of the founder was Jebediah Springfield.
It is one and a half times bigger than Alaska, with West Springfield the shape of Texas.
Geographically, the city is based on Simpsonville, KY, and it is possibly where the family name "Simpson" for the show originates. Springfield's state's capital, Capital City, is inspired by Frankfurt, KY's airport, Capital City Airport. Hans Sprungfeld, and a band of fiercely determined pioneers out of Maryland who set off after misinterpreting a passage in The Bible, Springfield seems to be a small city rather than a megalopolis.