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Old 08-20-2011, 12:55 AM
 
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Hey everyone,

I asked before about living in DT Fargo, have to say I like the looks of the area. I am still negotiating my job offer and it seems I will have the option of living in either N.D. or S.D. That said which area will offer a single guy the best quality of living? Looking for pro's/con's of each area. My interests include nice restaurants (not formal), outdoor activities (summer/winter), sports, entertainment (concerts, plays, festivals) and a dating scene with some nice ladies.

I know individual taste is just that but really want a feel/vibe for each city. It seems S.F. has a larger population which increases the dating options but then it looks like with the bigger population the crime activity is more active.
Just looking for some local knowledge.

Thanks,
RatHockey
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Old 08-24-2011, 06:58 AM
 
Location: Michissippi
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It would be good if you could determine the male to female ratios for your age group for each city. The Census Bureau probably has that information kicking around somewhere.
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