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Old 07-23-2010, 12:09 PM
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Before moving to a city does anyone consider what might happen if the economy gets real bad? Right now things don't look good as far as employment and the general economy. The pessimists say to move as far away from a big city as you can get because crime is going to be so bad that you won't want live in a big city envirement. Consider if there is hunger and mass homelessness. Of course we can't predict such things but such things can happen and have happened in history before. As for myself I am thinking of a move to a larger city but am a little apprehensive about making such a move because of what a larger city might turn into in the not too far future. I think that there is a general decline going on all over the U.S. right now during these times. But how far it will go is anyones guess. Then there is the racial mess in our big cities that could spin out of control sometime.
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