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View Poll Results: Which Metro area would you prefer to live in?
Atlanta Metro 25 26.88%
Houston Metro 22 23.66%
Seattle Metro 46 49.46%
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Old 08-13-2009, 03:11 PM
 
Location: Key West
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Originally Posted by toughguy View Post
I think most people get at least a little defensive about stereotypes/unfair characterizations of their cities. When people discuss Seattle, the topic of the conversation is almost exclusively "doesn't it rain there every day lol??". It just gets a little old when one aspect of the city (climate) spawns so many dismissive, condescending remarks. I can see why Houstonians would be the same way, or really anyone that takes a little pride in where they live.
Fortunately, there are only a few of these troublemakers on these forums and they generally get called out for it by the rest of us. I sometimes let it get to me when they say ignorant things like I did on here but generally I am more mature than that.

People should just accept constructive criticisms of other cities but at the same time not say things on purpose to start trouble
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