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Old 10-24-2021, 10:40 PM
 
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Originally Posted by TheOverdog View Post
Weatherford is growing like crazy, so comparing Sherman to Weatherford, Weatherford is more of an upper class suburb to Ft Worth and Sherman is a stand-alone town, tied to Lake Texoma and the Oklahoma border and to Dallas, but far enough away to not be a suburb. 10 years from now, Weatherford is going to have a higher population.
Spot on. Weatherford does have a beautiful downtown and I throughly enjoyed going to the area regularly. Weatherford and Aledo are exploding like crazy at the moment.

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Just a little FYI. Not all Californians are liberal. There are still many conservative-voting people who are native Californians and I am one of them.
Nothing wrong with Californians, especially the conservative ones. What irks us is the liberal parasites who come here and try and bad mouth locals. They’ll use pejoratives on us locals and pretend they represent the state (one poster doesn’t even know the difference between Mineral Wells and Weatherford LOL!) and lie about parts of Texas.

They’ll vote their idiot policies that displaces the middle class and smile about it.
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Old 10-25-2021, 12:23 AM
 
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I would look at places like Amarillo, Midland, Sweet Water if you are looking at West Texas.

In East Texas I would look at Tyler or Longview.

These are the most conservative parts of Texas with a blue collar labor pool. If you are into Trump you will fit in out in the sticks.

The large Texas cities are going to have more white collar jobs, and leftwing politics.
100% fake news. If you drove around Fort Worth you’d notice how conservative the area is. In fact, Peoples lost and Fort Worth still has a Republican mayor. Sure homeless ridden and economically segregated Dallas is liberal at the urban core, but the suburbs are anything but.

Your post makes it seem as if only in the sticks will you find none conformist people. Utter hogwash.

Where do y’all get your fake news from, seriously? Fort Worth is 100% conservative and the DFW metroplex is quite conservative.

Do you people even live here, serious question because the ignorance and falsehoods is mind boggling and easily verifiable as false.
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Old 10-25-2021, 09:35 AM
 
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LOL! You couldn’t even name the right city and you are trying to give people advice?

You are in Houston via California. Mineral Wells and Weatherford are very different , please don’t give advice about regions you are clueless about. Anyone in that area would laugh at your post. You probably think Jacksboro can be confused for a sub division in DFW...

Also, DFW isn’t growing fast in the South? LOL! Mansfield, Burleson and Midlothian are exploding. You are not only ignorant, but continually talk about areas outside of your Houston bubble and look silly. Your post is LOL! What you really mean to say is no one wants to move to the South part of Dallas because of the crime and race of people. There, fixed it for you since you don’t live in the areas you talk about.
WOW!

Someone needs to take a chill pill.

It aint that serious bro.
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Old 10-25-2021, 09:40 AM
 
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100% fake news. If you drove around Fort Worth you’d notice how conservative the area is. In fact, Peoples lost and Fort Worth still has a Republican mayor. Sure homeless ridden and economically segregated Dallas is liberal at the urban core, but the suburbs are anything but.

Your post makes it seem as if only in the sticks will you find none conformist people. Utter hogwash.

Where do y’all get your fake news from, seriously? Fort Worth is 100% conservative and the DFW metroplex is quite conservative.

Do you people even live here, serious question because the ignorance and falsehoods is mind boggling and easily verifiable as false.
https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/...count-11959816

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Tarrant County transformed into light blue on the presidential electoral map yesterday. A Thursday afternoon update nudged the Biden/Harris ticket past Trump/Pence by 427 votes, or .05%. In 2016, Trump received 51.7% of the vote compared with 49.17% in 2020. This year the county saw a 19% increase in voter turnout compared with the last presidential election.
Tarrant County went Blue in the 2020 Election.

The First time Tarrant County voted for a Democrat in the Presidential election since 1964.

Tarrant County was the only major city county in Texas that had not shifted to the Democrats until last year.

DFW suburbs are 50/50 between Republican and Democrats.
Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in Dallas and Tarrant County. Trump barely won in Collin County.

Tarrant and Collin County have always been GOP strongholds until very recently.

All of those conservative Californians moving to Plano and Frisco has nothing to do with the rapid political changes that are happening in Texas as we speak.
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Old 10-25-2021, 10:50 AM
 
Location: Houston, TX
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100% fake news. If you drove around Fort Worth you’d notice how conservative the area is. In fact, Peoples lost and Fort Worth still has a Republican mayor. Sure homeless ridden and economically segregated Dallas is liberal at the urban core, but the suburbs are anything but.

Your post makes it seem as if only in the sticks will you find none conformist people. Utter hogwash.

Where do y’all get your fake news from, seriously? Fort Worth is 100% conservative and the DFW metroplex is quite conservative.

Do you people even live here, serious question because the ignorance and falsehoods is mind boggling and easily verifiable as false.
The DFW metro area as a whole voted for Biden in the 2020 election. Tarrant County went Blue.
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Old 10-25-2021, 12:27 PM
 
Location: Mars City, TX / Lyon, FR
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This biggest Con will be that New England and Texas are worlds different, and you probably won't like the culture of Texas. That will be more noticeable than anything politically-related. You'll probably make yourself even more miserable.
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Old 10-25-2021, 12:31 PM
 
Location: Daleville, VA
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This biggest Con will be that New England and Texas are worlds different, and you probably won't like the culture of Texas. That will be more noticeable than anything politically-related. You'll probably make yourself even more miserable.
New England?? What??
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Old 10-25-2021, 12:59 PM
 
Location: Mars City, TX / Lyon, FR
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New England?? What??
Maryland (from the title / OP); New England, Northeast, etc. Hello?

Not very *watchful* there. What else can I say to you today for those buttons to push? LOL
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Old 10-25-2021, 01:00 PM
 
Location: Houston, TX
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Maryland (from the title / OP) = New England. Hello?
Maryland is not in New England. That was the point.

Maryland is in the mid Atlantic.
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Old 10-25-2021, 01:05 PM
 
Location: Mars City, TX / Lyon, FR
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Maryland is not in New England. That was the point.

Maryland is in the mid Atlantic.
Okay, then substitute "Mid-Atlantic" or non-Texas.

I've been to Maryland, and the culture is vastly different from Texas. That's the simple point trying to be made.
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