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The Best Places to Live in America
« on: September 19, 2017, 06:14:54 AM »
Anyone else notice the ongoing theme in all of this? (hint) it's racist. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Click the link, scroll through the pics, you get what I mean. If you don't, I'll explain it.


MONEY identified 100 spots that offer a healthy economy, affordable homes, and a high quality of life.


http://time.com/money/collection/best-places-to-live-2017/
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Re: The Best Places to Live in America
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2017, 07:42:15 AM »
Anyone else notice the ongoing theme in all of this? (hint) it's racist. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Click the link, scroll through the pics, you get what I mean. If you don't, I'll explain it.


MONEY identified 100 spots that offer a healthy economy, affordable homes, and a high quality of life.


http://time.com/money/collection/best-places-to-live-2017/

I got it. The two MS towns are made up mainly of folks who escaped that Hell hole called Memphis.
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Re: The Best Places to Live in America
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2017, 08:26:44 AM »
Yeah, I get it. They'll no doubt take some heat over it!

I'm not sure how Wooster made the list. I've been there, and it's all right, but I don't know if I'd call it Top 100 material. And I wouldn't have put Powell on that list either. I used to live just a few miles from there, and it was a sweet little town -- many years ago. Now it's being swallowed by Columbus. Powell's population in 1980 was 387. Today it's 12,810 and climbing like a rocket. Powell also has some of the most expensive real estate in Ohio.
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Re: The Best Places to Live in America
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2017, 08:56:11 AM »
Yeah, I get it. They'll no doubt take some heat over it!

I'm not sure how Wooster made the list. I've been there, and it's all right, but I don't know if I'd call it Top 100 material. And I wouldn't have put Powell on that list either. I used to live just a few miles from there, and it was a sweet little town -- many years ago. Now it's being swallowed by Columbus. Powell's population in 1980 was 387. Today it's 12,810 and climbing like a rocket. Powell also has some of the most expensive real estate in Ohio.
That's the other common denominator. Liberals, racist liberals determining what constitutes a great place to live. No diversity, all homogenized white people.
They're all freakin growing cities. That to me is pure freakin Hell!
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Re: The Best Places to Live in America
« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2017, 10:09:04 AM »
That's the other common denominator. Liberals, racist liberals determining what constitutes a great place to live. No diversity, all homogenized white people.
They're all freakin growing cities. That to me is pure freakin Hell!

I live in a tiny little village that essentially "died" fifty years ago. (You can look it up on Wikipedia -- Peoria, OH. I wrote most of the article.) I'm retired now and I've already been on this place longer than I've ever lived anywhere in my life -- nine years!

The outer edge of the Columbus metro is a half-hour drive from here. It is coming, and I knew that when I bought this place. Marysville stands between me and Columbus, and the two cities are already beginning to draw together, like two magnets. But it will take a good while for Marysville to be engulfed, and that will slow things down for a good many years. My faith is that when Columbus finally gets here -- and it will -- I won't be around to see it.  :tounge:
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Re: The Best Places to Live in America
« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2017, 10:42:48 AM »
I live in a tiny little village that essentially "died" fifty years ago. (You can look it up on Wikipedia -- Peoria, OH. I wrote most of the article.) I'm retired now and I've already been on this place longer than I've ever lived anywhere in my life -- nine years!

The outer edge of the Columbus metro is a half-hour drive from here. It is coming, and I knew that when I bought this place. Marysville stands between me and Columbus, and the two cities are already beginning to draw together, like two magnets. But it will take a good while for Marysville to be engulfed, and that will slow things down for a good many years. My faith is that when Columbus finally gets here -- and it will -- I won't be around to see it.  :tounge:

Ugggh, I'm in the same boat here in Ca. There was a time when you could drive North or South, see nothing but farms for endless miles, but now?
From Oroville to Stockton, it's one huge glob of minimalls, suburbia cookie cutter communities connected in an unending mass of cancerous growth.

The gop'E soldout to leftist developers like the Pelosi group, never once considering the loss of some of the greatest farmland in the world, all for a buck, and people wonder how we lost Ca. Thank the RNC, they helped the left steal Ca for the Marxists.
Like you, I too hope to be long gone by the time they finish off the State.
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