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Talbot County, Maryland calls itself the "Hamptons of the Chesapeake Bay," but that's not necessarily a good thing according to the Baltimore Sun. In a recent blog post, the paper implores the wealthy county to lose its Long Island lust and move on. Why the hate, Charm City? Jealousy, perhaps. While the Hamptons is an area rich with natural and surgically-enhanced beauty, Talboters have to live in fear of spotting local residents Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld walking around shirtless on the beach.