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Old 05-26-2019, 07:29 AM
 
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Maybe 10% of the people in coastal areas are even from the south anymore. With all the influx of northerners comes their dollars and their attitude.
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Old 05-28-2019, 05:26 PM
 
Location: I live between Myrtle Beach SC and Raleigh NC.
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Maybe 10% of the people in coastal areas are even from the south anymore. With all the influx of northerners comes their dollars and their attitude.
You are correct, with their money comes their attitude. Southern manners have been well documented over the years. There is reason why we "southerners" have no use for those who come down and take advantage of the cost of living, then try and change it to exactly what they left those northern cities for.

As for us we are retiring in a couple years and plan on hopefully buying an old Historic Home in the Historic District of Wilmington. We love it down there and visit often.
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Old 05-28-2019, 05:42 PM
 
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You are correct, with their money comes their attitude. Southern manners have been well documented over the years. There is reason why we "southerners" have no use for those who come down and take advantage of the cost of living, then try and change it to exactly what they left those northern cities for.

As for us we are retiring in a couple years and plan on hopefully buying an old Historic Home in the Historic District of Wilmington. We love it down there and visit often.
So you're moving to Wilmington despite the influx of unmannered northerners? Or are you saying something else. I'm confused.
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