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Old 10-28-2018, 08:21 AM
 
Location: Denver, CO
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OH MY, this is priceless... Welcome to Pennsyltucky, the bible belt of the North LMAO. Yup, you got it- praying to invisible, fictional beings will solve all the worlds problems. It has nothing to do with just being a decent person at all, or actually taking responsibility for raising your children to be decent people . Just because there are shows on television, that does not mean that the television has to raise your young child. It is ultimately the parents responsibility to raise good children, not the televisions....
That's a very elitist thing to say. How do you know what exists in the universe, and what doesn't? Do you have special, inside information, or just guessing we all came from nothing? Also, Pennsylvania's strength is its great diversity between urban, and rural. We are proud to be different from the rest of the Northeast.
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Old 10-29-2018, 02:18 PM
 
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Hi,
I live in NJ. I will not be commuting to work . I will find a job in PA. I want to be about 90 minutes from the Bergan county area in NJ, to visit my family. I am looking for a nice place to live but in a condo community where there is things to do and people to be around. I am not looking for a single family home , just a nice area to live in w a good community of friends and churches also.
Any help would be wonderful.

Thanks
Decent paying jobs are hard to come by in many parts of the state, especially NEPA. You might find yourself taking a pretty big pay cut.


I can't speak to condo communities but maybe Allentown/Easton/Bethlehem area?
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Old 10-31-2018, 01:49 PM
 
Location: Pennsylvania
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Not sure if anyone has mentioned this, but I recommend Sayre, PA. Nice little town on the PA/NY border across from Elmira, NY. Live in Sayre, work in Elmira. I found Sayre very calming and peaceful when I lived there.
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Old 11-03-2018, 06:36 PM
 
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Please, start a new thread. This one is 12 years old. And closed.
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