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Old 09-23-2012, 07:45 PM
 
Location: IN
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And guess what, some places are different than others. Some people like a conservative culture. Some people might not like you as much because you're liberal. No need to sepnd you life wasting time pointlessly on the forums so much compaling that and area isn't your own utopia. I notice in conservative states you make up excuses probably because you couldn't get a date and failed. You sound like a lonely guy.


You seem to move around alot. You post links to areas that have really good jobs and whatnot. I view you as the type that put fortune very highly... someone I personally wouldn't get along with at all.
Don't even begin to pigeonhole me with regard to politics. I am a middle of the road voter who is neither liberal nor conservative. The extremes on both sides of the political spectrum irritate me greatly. I am good with statistical and economic analysis as my background is in economic geography. I generally focus on job growth and migration flows of people, particularly at the county level.

Best And Worst States For Singles | Happen Magazine
"1. The Midwest is more like a desert for single women… With the highest share of currently married men, the five states where single women will struggle the most to find a date are: Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Utah and Nebraska. “These are states where people tend to grow up, stay around and settle down,” says Cohen. On one hand, it’s refreshing to see “sticky states” that maintain their hometown boys and girls. But on the other hand, without the influx of new singles into the mix, dating opportunities for women living in these states are pretty limited."

"You seem to move around alot. You post links to areas that have really good jobs and whatnot. I view you as the type that put fortune very highly... someone I personally wouldn't get along with at all"

I move to where good opportunities exist to ADVANCE my career. My career is very specialized. You can make judgmental comments all you want but I could care less.
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Old 09-24-2012, 04:37 AM
 
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Don't even begin to pigeonhole me with regard to politics. I am a middle of the road voter who is neither liberal nor conservative. The extremes on both sides of the political spectrum irritate me greatly. I am good with statistical and economic analysis as my background is in economic geography. I generally focus on job growth and migration flows of people, particularly at the county level.

Best And Worst States For Singles | Happen Magazine
"1. The Midwest is more like a desert for single women… With the highest share of currently married men, the five states where single women will struggle the most to find a date are: Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Utah and Nebraska. “These are states where people tend to grow up, stay around and settle down,” says Cohen. On one hand, it’s refreshing to see “sticky states” that maintain their hometown boys and girls. But on the other hand, without the influx of new singles into the mix, dating opportunities for women living in these states are pretty limited."

"You seem to move around alot. You post links to areas that have really good jobs and whatnot. I view you as the type that put fortune very highly... someone I personally wouldn't get along with at all"

I move to where good opportunities exist to ADVANCE my career. My career is very specialized. You can make judgmental comments all you want but I could care less.
You troll the midwest on a regular basis. Get a life.
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:16 PM
 
Location: IN
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You troll the midwest on a regular basis. Get a life.
I live in the Midwest presently. Madison, WI is one of the best smaller metros in the Midwest
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:01 AM
 
Location: Tower Grove East, St. Louis, MO
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Wait, Idaho and Utah are the midwest? Who knew? Thanks Happen Magazine! You sound like a totally legitimate publication that wasn't at all cherrypicked just to make a point.
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Old 09-26-2012, 11:20 AM
 
Location: Middle America
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^^ exactly.
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