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Old 06-20-2016, 08:43 AM
 
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if cincinnati is considered conservative or not? do you wish it was just a little bit more liberal? what are you gonna do? cry on the internet? you obviously don't have that big of an issue with it, cuz you put up with the nonsense. toughen up smart guy. this world is going to eat you alive. but i also like to discuss the issue
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Old 06-20-2016, 12:40 PM
 
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No, it doesn't really bother me, mainly because few "conservatives" are truly as conservative as they make themselves out to be and few "liberals" are truly as liberals as they want you to think they are.


It'd be nice if Cincinnati was less insular and more open to outsiders than what it is, but that is unlikely to change much in my lifetime. I will probably like Cincinnati more when I no longer have to care about what school district I live in and can move to another part of town.
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Old 06-20-2016, 01:25 PM
 
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yeah, i've never gotten that cincinnati is exclusive vibe. i've been in the city proper for seven years. harrison predominately before that. i guess living in northside skews one's perception, as in the world is perfect baby. but a lot of my good friends aren't from here. and it's not just a northside crowd. living all over the city and they think cincinnati is dope enough to call home.

we are expecting a little one any day now, so my perception may likewise change. and my friends may likely change, but for now i see cincinnati completely logical place to reside
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