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View Poll Results: Which city is more fun and better to live in? Chicago, Illinois or New York City, New York?
Chicago, Illinois 35 37.63%
New York City, New York 58 62.37%
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Old 04-28-2015, 07:34 PM
 
Location: Dallas
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Have you been to Monaco? It sucks.

It's a few streets with overpriced tourist trap restaurants and barely any beaches. The shore is rocky. The prices are outrageous. The population is mostly shady third world gangsters and the like. It's only famous because the wealthy congregate there to escape French taxation and regulation.
LOL.

Have you been to Miami? It sucks.

It's a few streets with overpriced tourist trap restaurants surrounded by ugly strip malls and slums. The weather is gross and sticky. The population is mostly penniless immigrants from Latin America who can't speak english, Northerners, retirees, and a sprinkle of third world oligarchs. It's only famous because some miserable people from the north and retirees go there to escape winter, state income taxes, etc.

See what I did? Nice try though.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:42 PM
 
Location: East Central Pennsylvania/ Chicago for 6yrs.
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Beaches, glamor, shopping, nightlife, lifestyle. Something Chicago, Philly, and especially Dallas doesn't have anything close to. It's ok to be jealous, people with ceilings tend to be jealous of people above them
Here we go again... CHICAGO HAS BEACHES . As for glamour ,shopping and nightlife. We were through this in other threads you boast against other cities but Miami Beach and Miami. Yes I did see your SELF-BOAST OF WEALTH LOL. Along with your looking down on working middle class. Do that in your native European Eastern European country.

Chicago Oak Street Beach Downtown ⤵



CHICAGO'S NEAR NORTH DOWNTOWN HIGH-RISE LIVING AND GOLD COAST IN DISTANCE EITH BEACHES ⤵

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Old 04-28-2015, 10:39 PM
 
Location: Miami Beach, FL/Tokyo, Japan
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Have you been to Monaco? It sucks. .
Ofc he hasn't, he googled that place and thought it's something more special than Miami. Typical American trying to sound like he knows something

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From his comments on Miami, he hasn't been there either.
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Old 04-29-2015, 12:15 AM
 
Location: Dallas
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Ofc he hasn't, he googled that place and thought it's something more special than Miami. Typical American trying to sound like he knows something

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From his comments on Miami, he hasn't been there either.
LOL. I have been to Monaco countless times. It's a brutal, lopsided victory for Monaco if we do Monaco and the surrounding area vs. Miami and the greater Miami area. Let's not even go there.
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