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Old 12-09-2007, 05:47 PM
Location: The Conterminous United States
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What I want to know is, how can you be so totally ticked-off at a place and not even live here, yet.
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Old 12-09-2007, 10:55 PM
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Originally Posted by mesoholy View Post
$1 million only? I must say that Knoxvilleans are not very greedy. Good for you! But please don't be jealous because it can happen to you too, hopefully soon. And it's 21st century now, please drop that "Knoxville police reports crime differently" crap - lying about your crime rate is exactly what makes Knoxville so much worse than other places.
Oh, give it a break. If Knoxville is bad, Atlanta is a crap pile waiting to explode...
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Old 12-11-2007, 07:27 AM
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I moved here from Baltimore. Trust me. Knoxville crime is very, very low compared to other cities. Plus, it's a beautiful city with a lot of activity going on all the time. There's Market Square with concerts at night and restaurants, World's Fair Park which is always hosting something and really good parades in downtown Old Knoxville. The Old TennesseeTheatre, which is a landmark, hosts great acts and attracts celebrities. Most of the crime occurs on campus at UT but it is mostly minor stuff college kids get into. Knoxville has a lot of history and it's a "happening town". I recommend Knoxville if you are looking for city living or Dandridge on Douglas Lake if you are looking for rural living.
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