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Old 09-21-2008, 04:06 PM
 
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Jeez, maybe that person just has asthma. I'm sure tons of bible thumping conservatives hate smoke too.
Don't get me wrong; I'm a liberal Jew. I just hate that Californian oppressive attitude toward smokers and the new trend that paints smokers as hemroids on the butt of society - like they have no right to live. That probably bled through in my tone. But, why move to Detroit, then complain about the smokers when she knows that we allow smoking? If she chooses to move here, I stand by my opinion; I think she'd be happier in Ann Arbor.
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Old 09-21-2008, 06:41 PM
 
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Don't get me wrong; I'm a liberal Jew. I just hate that Californian oppressive attitude toward smokers and the new trend that paints smokers as hemroids on the butt of society - like they have no right to live. That probably bled through in my tone. But, why move to Detroit, then complain about the smokers when she knows that we allow smoking? If she chooses to move here, I stand by my opinion; I think she'd be happier in Ann Arbor.
Most non smokers hate smoke, and feel sick from it, that's not a personal attack. The post wasn't attacking smokers, no one was saying smokers are hemmoroids. They allow smoking many places in Ann Arbor too, it's a state issue.
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Old 04-23-2009, 02:10 PM
 
Location: Sherwood Forest, Detroit
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Based on your needs I would say Farmington Hills is best for you. With a rising diverse population, shopping and reasonable sized yards.
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