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Old 05-31-2016, 09:14 AM
 
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You'll find plenty of places where you will fit in. My partner and I are Saab driving, Times reading, latte sipping, sushi eating, Ted Baker wearing gay men and we love it here! You'll meet plenty of truely open, nice people.....people you can actually be cerebral with, yet they won't judge you on your latte (or lack of) habits. We live in Greenville.
Lol well... I dunno about that.

(j/k)
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Old 06-01-2016, 06:34 AM
 
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Biggest way to upset people in the South is to try and change our culture.
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Old 06-01-2016, 02:25 PM
 
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Biggest way to upset people in the South is to try and change our culture.
Well, if I didn't want a change in culture etc., I'd stay where I am.
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Old 06-02-2016, 08:01 AM
 
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I realize this post was several years ago but this post really said a lot to me since I'm from VT. I'm hoping what she says about SC is true because what she said about living in NE is right on. I've lived where I have since 2001 (we bough land that was my husband's grandfather's old farm and he lived her all his life) and I still haven't been in my neighbor's homes. We wave etc when we drive by but that's it. I don't know if it's from unfriendliness or simply people just keep to themselves staying busy with their own lives.

Even in local small markets, neighbors will give a "hi" and that's it, even when you pass each other 10 times in the aisles.

I'm looking for more of a relaxed, laid back kind of lifestyle. We want to simplify, make life easier. Hoping we can do it in the south (and get away from the nasty winters).
Nailed it. Living in VT is so weird. People are cordial, but not friendly. I've lived here for 23 years and have been invited to friends homes maybe a dozen times. Like someone said, maybe its me! LOL.
Either way, I am planning a move to SC in a few years and look forward to friendlier, more open people and lower taxes!

What are the most liberal towns?
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Old 06-02-2016, 08:27 AM
 
Location: SOB-Charleston.SC
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Nailed it. Living in VT is so weird. People are cordial, but not friendly. I've lived here for 23 years and have been invited to friends homes maybe a dozen times. Like someone said, maybe its me! LOL.
Either way, I am planning a move to SC in a few years and look forward to friendlier, more open people and lower taxes!

What are the most liberal towns?
I think youre going to have a tough time finding a town considered liberal in SC... Columbia possibly... Charleston would be considered to have a more libertarian streak rather than liberal.
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