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Old 06-04-2010, 11:37 PM
 
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most people in Colorado now don't have long term ties to the state like I do which indicates a high number of people coming from elsewhere.
This applies to numerous cities throughout the entire United States, and proves nothing.

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Again it all depends on where you want to live in the state. Certain mountain parts of the state are highly desirable and yes they are extremely expensive and it's competitive.
Nearly every state in the United States has certain places that are extremely expensive to live. Big whoop.

Again, Colorado is just a state like any other in the United States. It has expensive and affordable places to live, just like any other state. It has a competitive job market, just like nearly every other state.

 
Old 06-05-2010, 12:10 AM
 
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This applies to numerous cities throughout the entire United States, and proves nothing.

Nearly every state in the United States has certain places that are extremely expensive to live. Big whoop.

Again, Colorado is just a state like any other in the United States. It has expensive and affordable places to live, just like any other state. It has a competitive job market, just like nearly every other state.
Well we will have to agree to disagree. I have lived there and done it, you have not. When you do let us know all about it. Until that day though...., it's not worth a grain of salt from someone who has never even been to Colorado. Seems strange someone telling me how Colorado life is when they have never experienced it themselves. A little weird but whatever floats your boat.

Yes I can say Colorado has had a high degree of immigrants, i've seen the explosion of Denver from 1979 to now, yet when I come back to a place like PA, not a whole lot has changed except the same people have just gotten older.

I don't really get exactly what type of theory you are trying to prove, but when you tie it down let us know.
 
Old 06-05-2010, 11:52 AM
 
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... we will have to agree to disagree ...
A good spot to leave this discussion.
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