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Old 03-27-2017, 05:07 PM
 
Location: Closer than you think!
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Seems to me @cdw you are going mainly by statistics. Maybe when you calculate WR population compared to statesboro maybe wr has more poverty than boro. Have to visit towns first before just going by statistics because that can really fool you. Out of the 4 2nd tier cities which one by consensas is best? I think we know the Answer! But at the same time which one of them have the highest and continue to rise crime? Answer: The Same One by consensas that is the Best! So statistics don't tell the whole story! Lastly i can name several things that Statesboro has that a town the Size of WR should have and don't. Name me something that WR has that even a town the size of Statesboro should have? I can name SEVERAL!
LOL what?

I'm not really sure what visiting a town have to do with providing simple facts, however simply put, Warner Robins is on another level when compared to Statesboro.
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Old 03-28-2017, 08:35 PM
 
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Does WR have a water park? The boro has a pretty nice one. Does WR even have a downtown area? Statesboro has a very nice quaint historic downtown, not to mention one of the larger Universities in the state. WR has always just felt more like suburban sprawl with no center or downtown core
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Old 03-29-2017, 09:04 AM
 
Location: Closer than you think!
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Does WR have a water park? The boro has a pretty nice one. Does WR even have a downtown area? Statesboro has a very nice quaint historic downtown, not to mention one of the larger Universities in the state. WR has always just felt more like suburban sprawl with no center or downtown core
If a water park and downtown are reasons to choose Statesboro over Warner Robins...then more power to you.

I chose Warner Robins because:

1) It's larger
2) Has better jobs
3) Better shopping by far
4) Better restaurants by far
5) One of the best cities in GA to raise a family.
6) Less poverty (percentage-wise for those who don't get it)
7) Growth and Expansion of the city.
8) Directly on I-75.
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Old 03-29-2017, 08:33 PM
 
Location: Savannah GA
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Does WR have a water park? The boro has a pretty nice one. Does WR even have a downtown area? Statesboro has a very nice quaint historic downtown, not to mention one of the larger Universities in the state. WR has always just felt more like suburban sprawl with no center or downtown core
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If a water park and downtown are reasons to choose Statesboro over Warner Robins...then more power to you.

I chose Warner Robins because:

1) It's larger
2) Has better jobs
3) Better shopping by far
4) Better restaurants by far
5) One of the best cities in GA to raise a family.
6) Less poverty (percentage-wise for those who don't get it)
7) Growth and Expansion of the city.
8) Directly on I-75.
Whoo-HOO! A water park!!!
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Old 04-03-2017, 05:19 AM
 
Location: Macon, GA
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I'm not sure if Albania wants to use having a water park in Statesboro's favor. One will open at Rigby's in Warner Robins this year, and it looks more impressive than the pics I've saw of the one in Statesboro.

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