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Old 02-11-2009, 04:26 PM
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So should I still come here haha? No job lined up, no apartment, $4k in my pocket and a lot of motivation :-). 2 years restaurant experience and 1 year bank experience.

Old 02-11-2009, 06:14 PM
Location: Walpole, MA
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LoveAutumn...People are looking for advice on specific topics.. Most of them are not asking "Should I move to SD?" (although there are some of those posts)
Most have already thought it out and made the decision to move. That is not the issue at hand (Personally we have been planning our move for over a year)
So when someone starts a thread about a very specific question they have & others feel the need to respond with "Don't move here". They are the ones out of line.. Not the member who started the thread
I have yet to see a thread titled "Can someone please give me a reality check?" It's not your place to do.
Old 02-11-2009, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by GSXRScott View Post
That's a bit harsh. It isn't just Bush it's his entire administration.
ok, yes, fair enough
Old 02-11-2009, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by SOON2BNSURPRISE View Post
We all will sure miss SantaBarbaraboy1. With all the friends he has made during the time he was a part of City Data Forum. That guy is a major contributor with his 9 post's. I will have to take the time someday and read all he had to say over the past 10 months.

I also like how people blame the President for the mess we are in. I have yet to see in the Constitution where it is the job of the President to make sure the housing market doesn't fall or that everyone has a job. I did notice that the President is supposed to protect our borders from those who will fight us. Maybe some don't agree with the War on Terrorism or how it was handled during the Bush years. That is a political ideal that will be tested years from now. My opinion is that he did the best he could with the information that was given at the time. Many will dis agree. and that is ok. Your oppinion is welcome on the subject as much as I hope mine is.
He did the best he could - He failed. He did not protect our borders as the worst terrorist attack within our borders occurred on his watch while he was reading a kiddy book, and created a climate of increased hate against the USA. He spent more than Clinton and Reagan creating or contributing to his recession. Remember Pres. Truman said "The buck stops here". He accepted no responsibility or blame. He failed.
Old 02-11-2009, 07:00 PM
Location: Rolando, San Diego CA 92115
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So I let this one go to see where it ended up... pretty much as expected... closed!
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