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Old 07-27-2008, 05:05 PM
 
Location: on a dirt road in Waitsfield,Vermont
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I feel your pain. i was born and raised there. Since I left there in 1986 it is almost half the population it was! I guess everyone else took the hint and got out of there! And yes there isn't anything to do except get drunk and smoke pot! However, that is what many small towns that are losing population are like!
I live in a small town in Vermont and there are lots of things to do. We all don't get drunk and smoke pot. Thanks for the insult tho and propagatting another ignorant stereotype.
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Old 07-29-2008, 05:58 AM
 
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Yeah that would be cool cause its near NY,But the Crime and gangs are a little too Previlant up around there. I guess the police pull bodies out of the otter creek all the time,from what i hear from actual residents that is,and some from the news.

Uh.........no? LOL

I lived in Vermont for many years, some just above Rutland and some just below Rutland, and I can assure you that if they ever HAVE pulled A body out of otter creek, it either was because someone was drunk and fell in, or....because they were drunk and fell in.

Rutland has maybe one little gang that you never hear anything from. The marijuana problem and cocaine problem is comparable to any city that size.

Id move back in a moment if I could afford to live there. Unfortunately with the taxes and housing prices, I cant. And yes Id have a good job (RN)

You make it sound like the Sopranos live there LoL
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Old 07-30-2008, 10:51 AM
 
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In your situation Springfield is probaly as good as it gets in Vt.
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