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Old Yesterday, 09:50 AM
 
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Will there be enough health workers in your retirement area?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...f08_story.html

(I saw this in another thread, and thought it was relevant for this forum.)
Thanks, good thinking!
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Old Yesterday, 10:49 PM
 
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Maine isn't so lily white anymore, thanks to Congress. Check some You tube Videos on Portland. Apparently the people we voted for are determined to turn most of America into a slum. The whitest city in America is Springfield Missouri. That's actually number 2, but 1 is Billings, Montana, and that's way to far north for most people. As most of you have mentioned there are plenty of all white suburbs and small towns all over the place. I grew up in one, the thing is, there is an all black town just down the road a few miles!

Skin color has nothing to do with what bothers me, it's education and cultural norms of anyone who lives by leaching and complains all day. My white neighbors accross the street are worse than any black ghetto thugs I ever had to deal with. All around however, I am done with vulger American culture of all types. We have become very Crass.
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