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Old 12-31-2010, 02:34 PM
 
Location: CT
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I have lived in CT my entire 30 years of life and am just getting sick of it, the cold, the hectic pace, the drivers, the cost of living, and the PEOPLE. Is there anywhere where people are actually nice, friendly, and helpful to each other, where people don't rush in front of each other with shopping carts, push ahead in line, and cut each other off while driving? I'm ready for a big change. If I had the $, I'd love to pick up my family (complete with children ages 3, 5, and 10) and just move somewhere. Where are the best areas to live these days (where there jobs, nice people, and a reasonable cost of living)? I know this is a lot to ask in this economy, but I'm just throwing it out there...
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