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Old 01-29-2012, 07:40 PM
 
Location: New York City
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Originally Posted by dreamofmonterey View Post
Interesting that most of the northeast is higher up on scale (more to do, more culture and arts). Id imagine St Pete also has the high demographic of seniors, and people over 65...FL is definitely over-rated. Although Id prefer it over Fargo,lol...

The south (NE Tenn, for now) is for the most part over-rated. Its 37 degrees here today and my heat bills are the same as in NY, plus theres absolutely NO culture here.
I 2nd that! The south is a "better weather/low cost living" destination, but situated next to the Northeast, it has absolutely no culture. Culture in areas like you live (tri-cities right?), with the majority of the area's citizens, church IS culture to these individuals.

It's still something that just amazes me. How in the dark a lot of these folks down there are. ..... crazy. lol...Where are you headed to next?
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