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Old 03-13-2009, 03:24 PM
 
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Yes thats where I lived in a garden apartment. I will never forget the first time seeing it and being like wtf its in the ground lol. I remember looking out the window and seeing feet lol.
It was a cute little place though and I remember what a nice tree lined street it was. First time I saw so many orthodox jews too! Id seen them before but they were everywhere! They dont talk much though.
Those Jews talk, just NOT to us! The ONLY good thing about that nabe, is it's very safe. The location is pretty good also. But if you ain't an indian or a Jew, you'll feel out of place there.
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:03 PM
 
Location: Tower Grove East, St. Louis, MO
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I think we are exaggerating this a little too much now. Not saying it can't happen, but come on, broken windows or slashed tires? Having "die" scratched into your car? Unlikely that will ever happen, unless you're living in a really sketchy nabe. Chicagoan's, in my opinon, are some of the least confortational 'city' people I've ever encountered. That's not some kind of dig either, just what I've observered after years of living there.
Maybe a little exaggeration (it is Friday afternoon after all), but I personally know someone who got a tire slashed -- and it wasn't them who moved the stuff out of the spot.
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:20 PM
 
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You've also said before that you took cabs everywhere right? I really think ti depends on what neighborhood you live in and what lifestyle you have. My entire street -- all of the street and about half the sidewalk area -- was covered in a sheet of ice for the better part of 2 months. It would be unnavigable in heels period.
Sometimes, yes. If they were really, really nice shoes

Otherwise, you can in fact walk on ice in heels. You can't walk like a man on ice in heels, and most women make that mistake.

Small steps, small steps. I regularly flew through foot traffic in heels, on Michigan Avenue, in winter. It is possible.

I agree that you may die.
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