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Old 09-09-2010, 09:17 AM
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Originally Posted by Mister Nifty View Post
My bad. I certainly didn't desire to offend any of the people in the third tier city of San Antonio. Still, unless you are looking to ride a donkey or buy a Sombrero, there just ain't many places to buy stuff in San Antonio. I can think of a few Walmarts and Sams Clubs about the area. For cripes sake, does San Antonio even have a mall?
With due respect, are you stupid or something?

I dont recall ever seeing anyone riding a donkey in San Antonio and I would bet I have spent as much time there as you have. The only sombreros I saw were at restaurants or cultural events. Niether in everyday life.
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Old 09-09-2010, 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted by LAnative10 View Post
I dont know if you noticed, about half of the people who live in the city of Dallas are Hispanic. If you dont like Hispanics, Dallas isnt the place for you either.
I don't think Earth is the place for Mister Nifty. I'm beyond the point thinking this guy is even remotely serious in the majority of his posts. This guy is nothing but a troll, and needs to be banned. He's been on a bit of a racist rampage the past couple of days, so take the anti-hispanic comments with a grain of salt. I'm sick of the shopping talk in every thread, too. I'm willing to venture some people actually move to Dallas for reasons other than shallow materialism and don't give two ****s about a superfluous number of shopping centers.
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Old 09-09-2010, 06:59 PM
Location: Arizona but not for much longer!
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Originally Posted by Mister Nifty View Post
Move to San Antonio and you will have to drive to Dallas every year to do your shopping. Move to Dallas and you can travel to San Antonio once every five years to visit that city's attractions. As San Antonio is mostly Hispanic people, Dallas has a more diverse population.
If you are looking for a donkey to ride, a Sombrero to wear, and a Mexican restaurant to eat at, all these things can be found in the Dallas area.
I thought San Antone would be up 'n coming with Austin so nearby - that is the place to be from what I hear.

But I guess I understand your disapointment with SA. Right now it's one of the top 10 biggest cities in America but with not much happening except the Riverwalk, the Alamo, and lots of freeways.

Looking at the bigger picture, the economy in SA has got to be better than where I currently reside. Sucks to live in PHX right now!
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