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Old 08-19-2013, 12:17 PM
 
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Liberal Politics: NOVA is Republican, fun, and people who thinks they want to be liberal, because they think it's a charity or they think it's really right thing to do. MD is conservative. Big difference.
Huh??

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Universities: no contest, Virginia
Yes but also depending on majors. If you want Accounting, try University of Maryland. Maryland accounting is ranked much higher than any offered by Virginia schools. Johns Hopkin is no slouch either for medicine?
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Old 08-19-2013, 12:18 PM
 
Location: Metro Washington DC
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Ease of Access: NOVA has the shorter commute than MD. Traffic is better, there are more OPTIONS to get to DC than MD.
Very wrong. All Va traffic funnels across a few bridges. Md has numerous roads going into the city, with no river crossing.

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Commuting Options: Maryland is also a farm land that's turned into something else. Commuting is much better from VA than MD. Trust me on this, MD just sucks when it comes to commuting to DC.[/quote]

That's a subjective opinion depending on from where to where. Doesn't help anyone.





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p.s. I lived in MD for 3 years and I just moved to VA. After a week, I had to go to MD, and I felt stressed out as soon as I entered MD. I was bored, confused, and irritated for no reason when I was in MD. I pay more for rent in VA, but I pay less for insurance, booze, and food at VA. Plus, I think people are better in VA. Hardworking people, who knows how to drive their car right in the traffic, unlike MD.
Just be happy and forget MD. No need to bad mouth good people. Va drivers are just as bad as MD drivers.

Trust me. I have lived in Fairfax County,Prince George's County, Montgomery County, and now Loudoun County.
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:16 AM
 
Location: DMV
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Liberal Politics: NOVA is Republican, fun, and people who thinks they want to be liberal, because they think it's a charity or they think it's really right thing to do. MD is conservative. Big difference.
Lol, now that is funny!
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