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Best City to live in?

Austin, TX
8 (9.9%)
Raliegh, NC
5 (6.2%)
Denver, CO
10 (12.3%)
New York, NY
19 (23.5%)
Other
39 (48.1%)

Total Members Voted: 66

Voting closed: May 15, 2006, 10:14:07 AM

Best US City to live in?

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Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #50 on: April 21, 2006, 08:00:39 PM »
BOSTON MOFOS!

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Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #51 on: April 22, 2006, 10:11:10 AM »
Denver! Denver is great for young people. (Think LoDo). Also, the winters are very, very nice. More sunshine than almost anywhere in the country, and many winter days are shirtsleeve days.  We do get snow, but it melts off quickly, and I for one really like the variety.  Reasonable cost of living. Low crime for a big city. Rocky Moutains right in your backyard.

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Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #52 on: April 22, 2006, 10:43:47 AM »
New York, New York

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Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #53 on: April 22, 2006, 10:48:02 AM »
Denver! Denver is great for young people. (Think LoDo). Also, the winters are very, very nice. More sunshine than almost anywhere in the country, and many winter days are shirtsleeve days.  We do get snow, but it melts off quickly, and I for one really like the variety.  Reasonable cost of living. Low crime for a big city. Rocky Moutains right in your backyard.

I have heard that the Denver area is overly religious in a weird way, is that true?

Could be.  Colorado Springs is super religious, getting taken over by a huge megachurch that goes on actual witchhunts.

cyberrev

Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #54 on: April 22, 2006, 10:55:50 AM »
Denver! Denver is great for young people. (Think LoDo). Also, the winters are very, very nice. More sunshine than almost anywhere in the country, and many winter days are shirtsleeve days.  We do get snow, but it melts off quickly, and I for one really like the variety.  Reasonable cost of living. Low crime for a big city. Rocky Moutains right in your backyard.

I have heard that the Denver area is overly religious in a weird way, is that true?

Could be.  Colorado Springs is super religious, getting taken over by a huge megachurch that goes on actual witchhunts.


i was asked to do an exorcism the other day.  i only do inquisitions, though.

Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #55 on: April 22, 2006, 11:00:42 AM »
Denver! Denver is great for young people. (Think LoDo). Also, the winters are very, very nice. More sunshine than almost anywhere in the country, and many winter days are shirtsleeve days.  We do get snow, but it melts off quickly, and I for one really like the variety.  Reasonable cost of living. Low crime for a big city. Rocky Moutains right in your backyard.

I have heard that the Denver area is overly religious in a weird way, is that true?

Could be.  Colorado Springs is super religious, getting taken over by a huge megachurch that goes on actual witchhunts.


i was asked to do an exorcism the other day.  i only do inquisitions, though.

No one ever expects the inquisition...


cyberrev

Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #56 on: April 22, 2006, 11:03:51 AM »
it's the comfy chair for you, duck

Fidelio

Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #57 on: April 22, 2006, 11:07:31 AM »
IMHO,

Living in:

Manhattan (96 street and below) = Fairly decent.

Other 4 boroughs of New York = Overrated crap. 


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Re: Best US City to live in?
« Reply #58 on: April 23, 2006, 03:30:01 PM »
Denver! Denver is great for young people. (Think LoDo). Also, the winters are very, very nice. More sunshine than almost anywhere in the country, and many winter days are shirtsleeve days.  We do get snow, but it melts off quickly, and I for one really like the variety.  Reasonable cost of living. Low crime for a big city. Rocky Moutains right in your backyard.

I have heard that the Denver area is overly religious in a weird way, is that true?

No way. Colorado Springs is a conservative place, though, but it's not Denver. Denver/Boulder are in no way overly religious. Although there are lots of Buddhists in Boulder because of Naropa. But it's just not the same.