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Poll From: 02/17/2013

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How do you feel about the town you live in? Submitted By Xemik, ENG
I love where I live.
I like where I live.
I don't really have strong feelings about it.
I don't like where I live.
I hate where I live.
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Gerald207
on 03/27/13
I must love it, I chose it!
wrs1297
on 02/24/13
My town itself is okay, but I hate the region!!!! I should never have come back here after college.
tyjoe
on 02/23/13
I live in Sacramento California. Sacramento is soo freakin boring. Do not move here. I repeat do not move here. I want to move to LA. =)
kathey12
on 02/22/13
theres no other ...
mendrole
on 02/21/13
I liked my town 20 years ago when I got married (pop. ~2K). Now the town has grown (pop. ~30K). My husband and I like small towns. This is now a small city.
hblack4d
on 02/21/13
I liked my town 20 years ago when I got married (pop. ~2K). Now the town has grown (pop. ~30K). My husband and I like small towns. This is now a small city.
mamajo37768
on 02/20/13
do like where i live , it is some people that I dont like . Some are just damn nosey
SUPERdc
on 02/18/13
leogirl817 and 3 others liked this  
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croken
on 02/18/13
its quiet but i rather live somewhere else
blazerlady
on 02/18/13
omkarpanchal11 liked this  
it's ok
faruqiahmed
on 02/18/13
It's alright
postergurl63
on 02/18/13
omkarpanchal11 liked this  
This town is nice and quiet and I luv it . Cannington
sweetypie666
on 02/18/13
I live in a wonderful place it is soo gorgus and I thank the Lord every day we have a home to live in Godbless the LORED Period.
bulletinnabible
on 02/18/13
who is LORED? Godbless the LORED Period? You are making my head hurt.
juliewsassy
on 02/18/13
I guess after growing up in a certain place for along time and seeing the economy fall then that explains it.
lilmamazxd
on 02/18/13
I like where I live its quiet
blackcobra2013
on 02/17/13
omkarpanchal11 and 12 others liked this  
The city I live in, has gone downhill because of a rising crime rate, thanks to gun violence, and youngsters going out of control. Also the people, whose bad attitudes are almost on the same level as New Yorkers. Plus, they're planning to close down over 100 public schools, and kids will be transferred to charter schools within the next year. We also have a mayor and a police superintendent, who are very incompetent at their jobs. The city I'm talking about is Chicago.
oldrat
on 02/18/13
To give an actual heartfelt reply to your post, I do feel bad for those living in Chicago (and any other city, town or neighborhood riddled with violence) that are being horribly affected by the crime rate. I have never lived in an area with high crime rates but the few crimes that have occurred around me were enough to shake me up and change the way I felt about my safety and well being. I cannot imagine how it must feel for parents, children and loved ones to live in a heightened state of constant awareness towards their surroundings. I do hope Chicago finds a way to deal with it and help the community become safer.
Copper1122
on 02/17/13
sammy0354 and 1 others liked this  
Try living in Detroit
mgtheman
on 02/17/13
New Yorker here, and I'm not sure what bad attitudes you're thinking of. Though talking about public school vs. charter school problems, an incompetent mayor and police commissioner, you might as well be talking about New York— King Bloombucks bought himself a mayoral race because he's a bored rich guy who thought it would be fun to play Sim City in real life and Commissioner Kelly is still a bit unfamiliar with the idea that the law actually applies to him. No gun violence though; we've got good gun control laws and we get rid of Bloombucks this year, so overall things aren't as bad as they could be.
BambiBabi
on 02/17/13
Not all youngsters are bad. Just wanted you to know. *No Attitude*
SaintKen
on 02/17/13
rm21 and 2 others liked this  
I find it interesting that someone who lives in Chicago, New York, or S. California, the places with the strictest gun control laws complain about gun violence. I live in one of those areas where gun control is considerably less restrictive, and we have virtually no issues with gun violence. Like water, criminals go where there is the least resistance. It just goes to show that criminals are smarter than many of their victims.
mgtheman
on 02/17/13
It's because New Yorkers think gun violence is a bad thing; ergo, we ban guns AND complain about the shootings that do happen. People steeped in gun culture, who consider the occasional mass shooting to be an acceptable price to pay for their "right" to pretend they'll be able to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland oppose gun control and don't bother to complain about the shootings because meh.

And while New York's massive population leads to a total murder rate higher than, say, Paducah, Kentucky, our strict gun control laws have drastically lowered the PER CAPITA murder rate in comparison to the gun nut states.
SaintKen
on 02/17/13
rm21 and 1 others liked this  
Since the truth doesn't agree with your opinions, you disregard it? Please, move to Canada.
What is "meh?"
TiffanyCSmith
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R and 1 others liked this  
I'm a New Yorker and we don't have bad attitudes, we generally are a nice bunch who love people and are tolerant of others, except bigots from corrupt mob based cities.
Blingblogger
on 02/17/13
blackcobra2013 and 1 others liked this  
My man is from Chicago and he will never go back. Crime rate is very high there and has been for decades. The rate of cold cases are high as well. Too many murders to solve and not enough of everything to solve them.Don't know anything more to say about it, it's a City that can leave you with a loss for words :(..., I feel ya freind.
ThermalShock
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 8 others liked this  
That's what gun control does, raise gun violence.
Blingblogger
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 9 others liked this  
Gun controll starts at home with a little common sense
bluejayguy
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R and 4 others liked this  
Gun control starts with banning them......ALL of them!!
cgff
on 02/18/13
rm21 liked this  
We should ban knives too. Then we can't even cut our food or do surgery. Yay!
romanczuk
on 02/17/13
rm21 and 3 others liked this  
Because making drugs illegal got rid of all of them? Because stealing is illegal nobody steals... right?
jaykel21
on 02/18/13
rm21 and 1 others liked this  
it's not that easy... you would just cause an illegal trade of guns. If it's illegal where does it stop? Does that mean that police officers don't get guns too? That would just get them killed easier.
mgtheman
on 02/17/13
gale023 liked this  
Guns are manufactured objects; drugs literally grow on trees (well, shrubs and flowers).

Anyone can grow cannabis plants; they're notoriously easy to grow, which is actually why they're called "weed." Running an illegal gun factory is not so easy.

That's why banning guns can actually choke the supply and reduce gun violence while banning drugs is a futile endeavour.
Kamikazemaniac
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 8 others liked this  
That wouldn't solve the problem; all it would do is prevent those who follow the law and use guns safely from owning a gun to protect themselves from those who don’t follow the law. It wouldn't stop criminals from using guns.
Jennifer1
on 02/17/13
OlaLola and 13 others liked this  
Hey, I'm originally from New York City. New Yorkers aren't nearly as rude as people think. If you come visit NYC (or any other big city) and you want to stop someone wearing a suit to ask for directions, they probably aren't going to help you. Life here is fast. We even speak quickly. I find most elsewhere that I travel, people speak rather slowly. This isn't because they are rude, it's because if they stoped to help every tourist that slowly asked them a question, they would never get to work. You have to ask the right person. If someone looks like they are in a hurry, they are the wrong person. But, when it counts (September 11th, the big Northeast blackout, Sandy, or a small disaster), nowhere beats the NYC area. We really help each other out.
SgtDamon
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R liked this  
I was raised and still live in NYC as well, and I must concur with what Jennifer said. We are very fast, that is true, but the busiest people city in the world tends to harbor the busiest people as a consequence. Never take it personally if you visit the city, and see this kinda behavior, as it's not to offend. NY from the 70s - 80s = Gotham. NY of now = Metropolis. Ironically both Gotham and Metropolis are technically NY as well.
princesslollie
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R liked this  
im from central ny 9never been to the city) and we are NOT all rude or stuck up as ppl think..there are some nice places just my particular tgown sucks n i wana leave ..i wouldnt mind a visit to nyc sometime..had an ex from down there
triathlon29
on 02/17/13
You've never been to the city! You should go sometime.
princesslollie
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R liked this  
has anyone eevr been told that as a new yorker u have an accent? i had 3 diff ppl tell me this and i am compelely unaware that we new yorkers even had an accent??
exoticrings
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 1 others liked this  
everyone in da world has an accent
Kittyoates
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 5 others liked this  
Everyone hqs an accent to people who aren't from the same place. Most people don't notice their own, but yes, there is a fairly distinct New York accent.
cgff
on 02/18/13
Weird.
raptor12::2013-04-26".."+
on 02/18/13
i've been told multiple times i have an english accent...which is weird, because i'm from alabama!
crazyhousewife
on 02/17/13
cgff and 4 others liked this  
i've been to NY a couple times. Once we were walking and kinda lost and we had a NYer come up and ask us if we needed help. Never have though of NYers being rude since - at least as a whole.
triathlon29
on 02/17/13
Mountie2015 and 1 others liked this  
What people have to understand is in tourist towns people including myself can be very helpful if we aren't in a hurry. Ironically I have sometimes tried to help tourists though and they have been rude to me for trying to help so now I don't approach and try to help so much unless people look nice and friendly.
newyork371
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R and 1 others liked this  
Never understood the "new york is rude" the only time I was ever disrespected was from a white guy down south who called me a n...... .lol ny has a tough mentality but not rude.
exoticrings
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R liked this  
nyc is nice. uptate is rude becuz they think they are big
im muslim.. i get better treatment in NYC
triathlon29
on 02/17/13
Amarra and 2 others liked this  
I've actually founder people in NYC often very nice and very helpful.
exoticrings
on 02/17/13
they are unles you ask where is mosque
cgff
on 02/18/13
Have you tried that?
homeschoolmom67
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 9 others liked this  
I really do love New York and New Yorkers. In the many times I have been there, I have noticed that people, in general, go out of their way to be kind. On our most recent visit, we were standing outside a subway station trying to get oriented. A wonderful young man saw this, popped his headphones off, and asked us if we were ok and if we needed help. He quickly got us going in the right direction. The rudest people I have met in the City were tourists!
People in my small city have aspirations of being like NYC, but all we have is the crime, not the benefits.
Kraken
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 14 others liked this  
Not to mention those people that use way too many commas. Those are the worst.
MaronaPossessed
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 8 others liked this  
And all you guys got to reply about is grammar? That's sad.
sarahv123
on 02/17/13
jjduh and 1 others liked this  
Actually, it is punctuation they're talking about...not grammar.
dhfhs2
on 02/18/13
TOO MUCH HEADSPACE! TOO MUCH HEADSPACE!!
SuperCoolGuy68
on 02/18/13
dc5523 liked this  
Don't forget the people that type in all caps.
TheStampLady
on 02/17/13
rm21 and 2 others liked this  
It's funny! Misused grammar is much sadder than rudeness in Chicago lolololololol
SapphireMomma
on 02/17/13
omkarpanchal11 and 6 others liked this  
What....about...ellipses? I do them....allllllll....the.....time.

Even I get annoyed with....myself!!! :P
Xemik
on 02/17/13
AaronG8R liked this  
No you don't actually use them. They have only 3 fullstops, not four. ;)
hermitsnuffle
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 13 others liked this  
I have to disagree. Misplaced apostrophes are the worst. But commas are definitely up there in the top ten.
XD
raptor12::2013-04-26".."+
on 02/18/13
cgff liked this  
bad grammar and spelling are even worse if you ask me.
WishforFish
on 02/17/13
dc5523 and 8 others liked this  
You're silly ...lol
latari
on 02/18/13
I feel comfordtable and known places since long time.
kulit1983
on 02/18/13
i live in a wonderful place it is so nice
Samantha98
on 02/18/13
I live in Zion, IL not a very pleasant place .
Kittenese
on 02/18/13
I live on the beach! :D
dhfhs2
on 02/18/13
I don't like where I live, but don't hate it.
...Alright I hate it a little (Texas)
amdowling
on 02/18/13
Depends on the day but Fayetteville, Arkansas can sometimes be the best town and then other times I want to get the hell out (but where else to go - good question).
Smoopy65
on 02/18/13
Love living in Florida and I am native Floridian. Love living in the Bay area. Do not like the neighborhood I'm in. Crime is rising and not much is being done to curb it. Stuck here, though, because we just bought this house. Checked out the area ahead of time, but that doesn't tell you the whole story. We love our new home, so we'll just have to make the best of it.
FishingNut
on 02/18/13
The best thing about Colorado Springs is that you are only a few minutes away from hiking, fishing and the great outdoors. And yet, you have access to malls, great dining and the coolest zoo!
Butterfly33
on 02/18/13
Ontario is Beautiful
Kathleen1964
on 02/18/13
Coventry is ok
HCapitalist
on 02/17/13
Kansas City is alright.
tnyka123
on 02/17/13
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25Shadow75
on 02/17/13
I love it,
I have my own Cell, Uh I mean Room. It is a BIG House,
or actually Thats what they call it, "The Big House".
Three square meals a day, Of Slop, but hey, its free.
Free Clothes, of course they are all orange, but free.
And I get to play in the yard every day, for 30 minutes. whether I want to or not.
But Hey, I'm Rich, Filthy Rich, I have almost 2 and 1/2 cartons of cigarettes....
gbharathi
on 02/17/13
wherevere i live i like more with my family
korolevabala
on 02/17/13
I DON`T KNOW
jrjohn3
on 02/17/13
I do NOT like it.
sleepyscum
on 02/17/13
Brings up shitty memories.
sleepyscum
on 02/17/13
AAA-
I apologize for the hideous language. Auto correct on my phone did that.
morning123
on 02/17/13
Certainly everyone may have a nostalgia with his/her hometown.
TruPurp
on 02/17/13
this is city that I live in is not one of the biggest in America but probably one of the smallest. The city has a wonderful view of the ocean being that I live on the west coast. There is a couple of events here and there but not to much of a night life. Good resturants and history.
suz59330
on 02/17/13
rural Montana can't be beat!
mgtheman
on 02/17/13
I hate that I have to live in New York but I really do prefer it over Colorado. I'm not sure how I'll feel about Calgary; at the moment, the thought I might actually move to Canada hasn't quite sunk in yet.
syddcase
on 02/17/13
chalison liked this  
I love where I live. It is out in the country but near enough to the city to do some shopping.
RocketMommy
on 02/17/13
tfjparadise liked this  
Too bad more people don't love where they live.
mskatt
on 02/17/13
I Truly Love Where I Live. Texas is the only PLACE. !!
Striker07
on 02/17/13
♥
rickrom1
on 02/17/13
DONT LIKE ROMA AS THERE IS NO REAL GOOD HOSPITAL HERE SO MOVEING TO BRISBANE
collinsanson
on 02/17/13
yhyhyhyhyh
era1
on 02/17/13
love it
ravenzmark
on 02/17/13
born in idaho but lived in indiana my whole life i feel like its portrayed as the country with rednecks in th media but in reality its actually kind of ghetto ive been to washington d.c and it looked just like downtown indy
TheKels1721
on 02/17/13
It's ok...but LOVED where I used to live. Maybe someday again.
thechico098
on 02/17/13
Poemster98 liked this  
love
UsernameMan
on 02/17/13
DogBarking91 liked this  
I don't hate Texas but republicans really do give us all a bad name...
Whysteria
on 02/17/13
happypeople and 1 others liked this  
Can't stand where I live. Born and raised in VA. Saving up to get the hell out of here one day.
LisaInNC
on 02/17/13
I lived there for a decade and met my husband there, who grew up there. We both hated it and got out as soon as we could.
triathlon29
on 02/17/13
NOVA is only a nice place if you can save up enough money to live by a metro station. Otherwise forget it, it is just a lot of rude people, horrible traffic, and everything is overpriced. Although I don't know what somebody is referring to by saying you won't like it if you are a minority, it doesn't really matter.
triathlon29
on 02/17/13
and also that would be assuming you want to take the metro most of the time.
Mountie2015
on 02/17/13
brookesullivan liked this  
Dont move to PA. I was born in northern VA and would like to go back!
xXmanutd4lyfXx
on 02/17/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Nah, NOVA is full of rich greedy people. You probably will not like it if you are a minority. Haven't lived there, but I had a job there a couple of years ago. Born and raised in MoCo/PG MD.. cant imagine living anywhere else.
Mountie2015
on 02/17/13
That wasnt my experience at all. Had lots of friends that were middle class federal workers. Enjoyed the museums and cultural opportunities.
325es
on 02/17/13
Lakewood!

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