Do you like the city or town you live in?

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Do you like the city or town you live in?

Cosmonaut Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
03/01/2013
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Eugler Eugler
No.

Just here for working.

Don't like architecture, I don't like the people.

I would love to move.
03/01/2013
DigitalSweety DigitalSweety
Yes, I love it. I just wish the rent weren't so stupidly high.
03/01/2013
Living Doll Living Doll
Not one bit. It's podunk and redneck.
03/01/2013
laflauta laflauta
I don't like the city that my college is in. It feels like there's nothing to do unless you are over 21. Everyone is also pretty conservative compared to my hometown.
03/01/2013
Geogeo Geogeo
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
No I moved here for work, not a city gal. I prefered my small hometown
03/01/2013
spunkmonkey spunkmonkey
Yes, its quite out here in the country.
03/01/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I hate this "census-designated area". First thing I'm doing once I'm working and my car is fixed and legal is to move 30 miles south to be closer to my friends and slightly more culture. Everything is dead in this area of the county because it's filled with retirees, and businesses are shut by 4pm; even the beach is closed after dark. There is nothing to do here.
03/01/2013
ViVix ViVix
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
I live here out of convenience and low price of living. If I could choose another place, I'd leave today!
03/01/2013
El-Jaro El-Jaro
No. Just no.

The whole town closes at 10pm, except the bar. I'm at least 1/2 hr away from ANYTHING.
03/01/2013
The Vixen The Vixen
I really like where I live, we have a lot of stuff to see and do and it's pretty modern. I've lived here most of my life but have traveled to a lot of the country, I haven't found another quite like it.
03/01/2013
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
Yes, I love the town I live in. It's a small college town in the middle of no where but everything we need (except for a mall) is here in town and open 24 hours or really late. The weather is usually pretty okay, except for the brutal winter days we sometimes get. It's perfect in the summer too when all of the annoying students go home and it's just the locals and a few awesome people in town.
03/01/2013
js250 js250
Yes and no....

It is familiar and I have lived here all my life.

No--I want a change but due to outside issues am not able to make the change.
03/01/2013
quackbuster quackbuster
I like the non-collegey aspects of the town I live in, but it's got a major university at it. I don't really like the student atmosphere, even though i attend the college, & I like the rest of the town *much* better than the parts near campus.
03/01/2013
table38792 table38792
It's kind of boring but yeah I do like it overall. Just wish the home prices were cheaper!
03/01/2013
deltalima deltalima
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
No. It's too cold.
03/01/2013
Noelle Noelle
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
No I hate traffic and getting on the freeway to go everywhere. SUCKS!!!!
03/01/2013
Rossie Rossie
I like the small city feel, but hated the traffic!
03/01/2013
sexynola sexynola
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
yess, but i wouldn't mind moving somewhere else.
03/01/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
I love where I live. It feels like I'm farther out in the country, but I'm really in an inner ring suburb. I'm close to everything without having to live in the city. While my city is a great place to live, it's fairly dependent on where you live within it as to how nice it is. We also have a fabulous city services department & I love my neighbors.
03/01/2013
twelve13 twelve13
No. I need to live somewhere larger. 8K - 10K isn't enough for me.
03/02/2013
misterazor misterazor
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
i love where i live. wonderful town, nice people, bike trails, live music, theatre and comedy, wonderful coffee shops, active art community, green summers, white winters, rolling hills, rivers to kayak...

not too big, not too small...
03/02/2013
spiced spiced
I like where we live. Mostly.

It's the real "melting pot" that America is always idealized as, but seldom is. In my neighborhood, we have pretty much every race and culture living in peace and harmony. Within about 10 miles of here, there's every type of restaurant or store under the sun. It's quiet, with low crime. I can be in lower or midtown Manhattan in just over an hour by train. We have good hiking/walking trails within easy reach. Most of the streets are bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly. The economy is in better shape here than in most parts of the country. I even like the weather: we get all the four seasons, and not too much of any of them.

The only thing I really hate is the traffic, when I have to drive somewhere. Unfortunately, it's not possible to bike everywhere (yet). The air and water quality could also be better. I find it disturbing to have to filter the water and the air. But all in all, we like it here and will most likely stay a long time.
03/02/2013
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
No! I live in the sticks and hate it... Hopefully moving closer to the city in the spring.
03/02/2013
nikki0668 nikki0668
No. This town is boring as hell! There is nothing to do here.
03/02/2013
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
Its okay I have been here my whole life so it is what I am use to
03/02/2013
DawnStar DawnStar
Not really, it has its ups and downs.
03/03/2013
K101 K101
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
I adore the place I live! I live on a mountain in Georgia. It's so nice and peaceful and pretty and we have a close-knit little area. It's small, but the most relaxing place! I really love this place.
03/03/2013
Vanille Vanille
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Originally posted by Cosmonaut
Why or why not?
I live in the middle of bumfluff nowhere. I hate it. I'd like to walk to my destination rather than having to use a damn car. Also, my girlfriend isn't in it, so yeah, it really sucks.
03/03/2013
Total posts: 29
Unique posters: 29