he rest of the state's problem with Cincinnati is really only rooted in the sad bunch of Ohio State fans from Wherever, OH that feel the only way you're a true, nice Ohioan is if you're also a Buckeye fan. If you're not a Buckeye fan, then you're probably an arrogant Ohio-hating douchebag from Cincitucky. So, then everyone from that area becomes an arrogant Ohio-hating douchebag.
Has nothing to do with OSU/UC dude. That's what everyone is telling you. People from Cincinnati, much like yourself, are inexplicably arrogant about not only living in Cincinnati, but on where everyone else lives, as well.
And on a final note before I do, in fact "let it go," I'm going to give my 2 cents on the Skyline thing. The ONLY people I have come across that don't like Cincinnati chili are northern Ohioans. Seriously, the only ones... I am convinced that the reason there is such a high rate of Skyline-intolerance amongst the northern Ohio population is simply because of its association with Cincinnati, and not the taste. You've already made up your mind that you don't like it because you don't like how much the person introducing it to you has too much pride in his own city, so you're not going to let him/her away with it. It's not arrogance. It's literally what I've observed.
I've mentioned this is another thread. My first Skyline experience was when they opened a franchise of my hometown in Findlay, OH. It was horrible. The shit was literally gray in color and tasted like flavorless paste. I've had it a couple of times since, once in Cincy and once in Columbus. It wasn't bad but it's not some food nirvana like you describe. It tastes much better when you load it up with hot sauce. I've had better chili at several different places, not just in northern Ohio.
So with that, thank you for all of your time. Not going to apologize for trolling anyone, because Cincinnati gets trolled every day while Akron, Toledo, and Cleveland don't.
You're kidding me, right?