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Old 12-29-2008, 05:39 PM
 
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About 95% of the towns in CT are like that? Please...
Yeah, they're not. The posters who live in the little rich people towns with great big yards, don't know at all what goes on outside their 'villages'. I bet they don't even know where the North End of Hartford is .
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Old 12-29-2008, 06:01 PM
 
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Yeah, they're not. The posters who live in the little rich people towns with great big yards, don't know at all what goes on outside their 'villages'. I bet they don't even know where the North End of Hartford is .
Regarding what's in bold above, what a well thought out, intelligent comment. lol...

And about "the posters who live in the little rich..towns" - hmm, you're kidding, right? I live in an industrial part of Shelton where nobody on my street is well off. The homes are close together for CT, and we live on .4 acres.

It has NOTHING to do with wealthy vs middle class vs poor. For an urbanized area, homes in CT are on larger lots than its counterparts. Why can't you accept this as the truth? Is it because you're finding it hard to afford CT, so you feel the need to bash the state and people in it? You continuously whine about the cost of living - you're starting to sound like those on the Jersey board.

Instead of replying in a condescending manner, why can't you admit that your numbers were wrong? I agree with the other poster regarding the ignorance. Try doing some research before you post again.

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About 95% of the towns in CT are like that? Please...
You must either be a teenager, or a very forgetful individual.

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