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Old 08-30-2014, 08:57 AM
 
Location: Jacksonville, FL
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Not meaning to hijack the thread, but what happened to the potential job in Detroit? Royal Oak, Ferndale and other communities in the Woodward Corridor(Berkley, Birningham, Huntington Woods, Bloomfield Hills, etc.) would be great fit due to having a LGBT presence and some of the nicest suburbs in the area. They are also walkable too.
That potential job opportunity is still possible. I just haven't heard back from the recruiter, who said she would do a phone screening yesterday. But she never responded to my email or called, because she claims to be "too busy." So who knows.

Also, I don't care about walkability. I want suburbia.
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Old 08-30-2014, 09:38 AM
 
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That potential job opportunity is still possible. I just haven't heard back from the recruiter, who said she would do a phone screening yesterday. But she never responded to my email or called, because she claims to be "too busy." So who knows.

Also, I don't care about walkability. I want suburbia.
They are suburbs with walkability. So, they still fit the criteria. Check out the suburban communities in this entry: Woodward Corridor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This community may be what you are looking for: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Old 08-30-2014, 11:10 AM
 
Location: Jacksonville, FL
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They are suburbs with walkability. So, they still fit the criteria. Check out the suburban communities in this entry: Woodward Corridor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This community may be what you are looking for: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks. But again, I'm still waiting to hear back from the recruiter for a phone screening. She's so busy all the time that she barely ever responds to my e-mails or phone calls.
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Old 08-30-2014, 12:51 PM
 
Location: Tampa
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Sometimes provincialism is a GOOD thing. What's wrong with preserving a distinct culture? I think diversity is stupid, to be honest. That's why most areas in the country are losing their uniqueness and actually becoming MORE monotonous than ever, if anything. Eventually, the whole country is going to be homogenously cultured and boring.
Holy crap. Please stay in CT with all the other frigid husks. Don't infect the rest of the country with your small minded bs.
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