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View Poll Results: Most overrated city in the US
New York City 340 21.82%
Los Angeles, California 336 21.57%
Atlanta, Georgia 351 22.53%
Orlando, Florida 243 15.60%
Washington, D.C. 107 6.87%
Miami, Florida 197 12.64%
Chicago, Illinois 163 10.46%
San Francisco, California 168 10.78%
Austin, Texas 298 19.13%
Las Vegas, Nevada 269 17.27%
Honolulu, Hawaii 73 4.69%
Other 135 8.66%
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 11 0.71%
New Orleans, Louisiana 9 0.58%
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Old 09-10-2012, 08:11 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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I hope you don't speak the way you type, but I suspect that you do. Maybe college will teach you some English skills. Sorry, but it's just difficult to read your posts.
who cares. Im 22 and living. You think im going to sit here and post properly to impress people on city-data?
lmaoooooooo. As long as i know that i am going the right path in life, and making huge bucks as i move along that path, im fine.


CAMRON - WECLOME TO NEW YORK CITTTTTTYYYYYYYY.

 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:12 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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Youre just a pawn in the grand scheme of things, but keep climbing your way to the top 1%!
u already know i will. It aint a game in the capitalist nation of america. This the type of country where you and a poor man are hanging of a cliff and american chooses to save the one with more green. Thats philosophy right their try to beat that.

JOHN JAY COLLEGE STAND UP.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:14 PM
 
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Did he really just cite Welcome to New York City by Camron and Jay-Z?
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:14 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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Did he really just cite Welcome to New York City by Camron and Jay-Z?
wordddddd.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:15 PM
 
Location: On the Great South Bay
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NYC economy is only good if you're in elite business, media, fashion, or arts. I work in biotech and there are barely any jobs NYC.

Staten Island has nothing to offer other than being suburban-like for NYC. To be honest, it's ugly aesthetically especially compared to my hometown in Colorado, North Shore Long Island, or upscale areas of North Jersey.

South Bronx is one of the biggest ghettos in the US, enough said.
Attractions | Staten Island Tourism Officical Website: Visit Staten Island
Parks | Staten Island Tourism Officical Website: Visit Staten Island 12,300 acres of parks
Snug Harbor
Fort Wadsworth

Just a taste of New York's most unknown borough. Of course, I fell in love in Staten Island because of its history, including dozens of surviving colonial and early American homes.

:: The Historic House Trust of New York City :: Conference House
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:16 PM
 
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who cares. Im 22 and living. You think im going to sit here and post properly to impress people on city-data?
lmaoooooooo. As long as i know that i am going the right path in life, and making huge bucks as i move along that path, im fine.


CAMRON - WECLOME TO NEW YORK CITTTTTTYYYYYYYY.
I don't think people "post properly to impress people on city-data". We use standard English to communicate with one another in a familiar manner. It's hard for me to type in all kinds of slang...I guess we're different.

Okay, you being only 22 tells the story. As you go further in business and in life I believe you'll find the need to limit the street slang in certain situations. It doesn't do you any favors.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:16 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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Bruh stop it. You're coming off as a complete delusional idiot.

You're saying all these things that are wrong, first of all NYC's economy sucks right now. Your unemployment rate is even higher than where I live and its only inching higher every month. It's higher than the US average.
o man not this guy again. ill let you speak though.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:18 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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The amazing thing might be that nycjoww has nearly 5,000 posts.

Incredible.
yup i was here for a minute. left for a long time, and came back to see whats up.

some of my city-data friends who are my age aren't here no more but i have quite a few.

dont worry ill take a vacation again soon.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:18 PM
 
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Lemme get that mixtape brah.
 
Old 09-10-2012, 08:19 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY $$$
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Originally Posted by JoeTarheel View Post
I don't think people "post properly to impress people on city-data". We use standard English to communicate with one another in a familiar manner. It's hard for me to type in all kinds of slang...I guess we're different.

Okay, you being only 22 tells the story. As you go further in business and in life I believe you'll find the need to limit the street slang in certain situations. It doesn't do you any favors.
i write perfect on my essays.

perfect A,s and B,s. But on city-data i like to take a break from that.

reading books all day for class, writing papers, and studying and working on real estate takes me out of my zone.

i feel free of all that on city-data, and i love every bit of it.
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