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Old 06-24-2007, 02:53 PM
 
Location: Southern California native, last 20 yrs in Milwaukee Wisc.
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...Exept when they are busy mobbing & beating people to death....lol....sorry I couldn't resist...

Angry crowd kills passenger in car that struck child - CNN.com (broken link)
This type of crap has happened here in Milwaukee more than once, in our lovely, diverse Northside neighborhoods. You can easily figure out who (or what) the perpetrators were...
Getting to be a regular occurence at certian large gatherings of people.

Man Pulled from Car, Beaten After Juneteenth | TODAY'S TMJ4 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin News, Weather, Sports - WTMJ NBC | Local News
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Old 06-25-2007, 11:35 AM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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I think the people that live in the Phoenix area are generally pretty happy. Most here seem upbeat, positive, and always up for anything. I also think happiness has somewhat to do with the type of climate you live in. I believe that people who live in a place that is almost always sunny tend to be more upbeat and quite a bit happier. I've been to Seattle before and I've never felt so depressed in my life! It was cloudy, foggy, and a bit rainy during most of my stay. I need the sun.
I agree, weather does have a powerful effect on people. (myself included) That is why I am looking to get out of Portland! It is sad because, when it is actually nice in the Northwest, it is nicer than about anywhere on earth. I just can't take the gloomy winters here.
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