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View Poll Results: Who Are You?
Transplant, I recently Moved Here and I Love it 7 30.43%
Transplant I Recently Moved Here and I Hate it. 2 8.70%
College Student, Came to Baltimore For School I hate It. 0 0%
College Student, I Came To Baltimore and Love It. 0 0%
LongTimer, Lived Here Most Or All My Life, and I Love It 4 17.39%
LongTimer, Lived Here Most Or All My Life, and I Hate It. 1 4.35%
Baltimore "Quitter", Lived In Baltimore and I couldnt Take it anymore. I left. 2 8.70%
Other 7 30.43%
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Old 05-24-2011, 02:13 PM
 
Location: Back and Forth FRANCE
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I will be relocating for school in the near future. I visited Baltimore for an open house and I liked it. However, I am a little concerned about the people. I found some of them to be a little strange. Perhaps it was just me. I am definitely looking forward to the change. I am glad to see the transplants like it. If everything works out, I may stay.
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Enlighten me.
He was probably concerned about the crime rate, the 200+ murders every year, the occasional crime against college students etc.
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Old 05-24-2011, 04:36 PM
 
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I moved to Baltimore from Augusta, GA for a job in Annapolis. Since living in Annapolis is Di expensive I found a spot that ended up being in Baltimore. I like that there is a lot of stuff to do as far as the nightlife. I'm still venturing out to see what there is to do during the day and so far everything is positive. I like that I can go to a few other cities (DC, Philly, AC, NY) without having to fly.
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Old 05-26-2011, 02:02 AM
 
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He was probably concerned about the crime rate, the 200+ murders every year, the occasional crime against college students etc.
Understood, but almost none are random. I tried to make this point in another thread, but whatever.
Baltimore is safer than Boulder when it comes to crime against college students. Bet you didn't know that. Don't ask for a link, I don't lie.
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