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Old 10-16-2009, 07:44 PM
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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Originally Posted by anyone101 View Post
The best outcome would be to have diversified economy in multiple sectors.
Las Vegas is generally a one-industry town. When cries are heard: diversify, diversify!, the skeptics here point their fingers to well-diversified California with their high unemployment rate. And other states that are diversified.

Diversification is certainly not going to do any harm to any state's economy.
Well worth a try.
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Old 10-20-2009, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by washata View Post
I was listening to the Hanity show today and former speaker of the house Newt was on, he said that Detroit was a disaster that we did not want the rest of the country to follow.
I guess Detroit just can not catch a break. LOL
To add insult to injury, Detoilet was ranked #2 on the filthyist city in the U S.
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