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Old 02-29-2020, 03:48 PM
 
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I meant the same type of weather as Britain.
It snows in Britain.
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Old 02-29-2020, 04:07 PM
 
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And not the Pacific NW?

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle...-seattle-area/
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Old 03-01-2020, 01:28 PM
 
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I live right outside of DC in a rich, upper-middle class suburb and refer to literally anywhere else that isn't D.C as "****ing nowhere." its just endless strip malls, gas stations, and those "lesser" people plodding around. i ****ing hate this state.

The place has everything. job-taking immigrants, shrill angry women, obnoxious do-gooder lefties, crime, traffic, noise, constant tension, expensive housing, hard to open a business, I could go on and on. Left for the Midwest five years ago. Seldom go back. Don't miss my "friends" or anything about the place.

Maryland is a glimpse of the future. Ultra wealthy small communities of millionaires surrounded by suburbs and trailer parks full of the people who work the **** jobs in the service industry around them. Take Calvert for example, number 4 in highest per capita income overall and number 3 in median annual family income. Yet this town is full of drugs, wiggers, trailer parks, and general despair. Same dynamic I described above, millionaires being served by a destitute lower class.

Serfdom has returned to Maryland full stop, it's just that nobody noticed it. And they don't want to notice it.
calm down sir, you seem to walk around getting into everyone else's business, These "w**gers" you mention in Calvert aren't committing any form of crime/ they're just vibin , The crime rate in the area is relatively low except for PG, although PG is still rather safe, Also theres no need to shame people for working blue collar jobs Its none of your business, housing in MD Is expensive for a reason, People actually want to live here, also can you clarify the "Constant tension"?
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Old 03-02-2020, 11:44 AM
 
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I live right outside of DC in a rich, upper-middle class suburb and refer to literally anywhere else that isn't D.C as "****ing nowhere." its just endless strip malls, gas stations, and those "lesser" people plodding around. i ****ing hate this state.

The place has everything. job-taking immigrants, shrill angry women, obnoxious do-gooder lefties, crime, traffic, noise, constant tension, expensive housing, hard to open a business, I could go on and on. Left for the Midwest five years ago. Seldom go back. Don't miss my "friends" or anything about the place.

Maryland is a glimpse of the future. Ultra wealthy small communities of millionaires surrounded by suburbs and trailer parks full of the people who work the **** jobs in the service industry around them. Take Calvert for example, number 4 in highest per capita income overall and number 3 in median annual family income. Yet this town is full of drugs, wiggers, trailer parks, and general despair. Same dynamic I described above, millionaires being served by a destitute lower class.

Serfdom has returned to Maryland full stop, it's just that nobody noticed it. And they don't want to notice it.
I moved out over a decade ago! And some ask why.
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Old 03-02-2020, 06:19 PM
 
Location: North Beach, MD on the Chesapeake
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I live right outside of DC in a rich, upper-middle class suburb and refer to literally anywhere else that isn't D.C as "****ing nowhere." its just endless strip malls, gas stations, and those "lesser" people plodding around. i ****ing hate this state.

The place has everything. job-taking immigrants, shrill angry women, obnoxious do-gooder lefties, crime, traffic, noise, constant tension, expensive housing, hard to open a business, I could go on and on. Left for the Midwest five years ago. Seldom go back. Don't miss my "friends" or anything about the place.

Maryland is a glimpse of the future. Ultra wealthy small communities of millionaires surrounded by suburbs and trailer parks full of the people who work the **** jobs in the service industry around them. Take Calvert for example, number 4 in highest per capita income overall and number 3 in median annual family income. Yet this town is full of drugs, wiggers, trailer parks, and general despair. Same dynamic I described above, millionaires being served by a destitute lower class.

Serfdom has returned to Maryland full stop, it's just that nobody noticed it. And they don't want to notice it.
Where exactly do you live, "right outside of DC" or "the Midwest"?
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Old 03-02-2020, 06:46 PM
 
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Where exactly do you live, "right outside of DC" or "the Midwest"?
They live in Troll Village with the other trolls.
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Old 03-03-2020, 09:55 AM
 
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He's right. Maryland's DC suburbs are a liberal's wet dream but a normal, freedom-loving person's nightmare.
Do you live in the Maryland Suburbs? I thought you went to the Mid West.........
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Old 03-05-2020, 08:30 AM
 
Location: East Coast of the United States
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It is not just the DC suburbs of Maryland. ALL of the major metro areas in the United States that have lots of high-paying jobs are politically liberal and very expensive to live in for those who want to live in a nice area.

So, you have little choice in the matter.
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Old 03-06-2020, 11:13 AM
 
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It is not just the DC suburbs of Maryland. ALL of the major metro areas in the United States that have lots of high-paying jobs are politically liberal and very expensive to live in for those who want to live in a nice area.

So, you have little choice in the matter.
True, but I think politics makes the DMV an even worse place to live.
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Old 03-09-2020, 01:48 PM
 
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True, but I think politics makes the DMV an even worse place to live.
How many places have you lived in, or been to to verify this?

Your user name implies you came to Maryland from New Jersey. So why not keep going.

I also do not understand what another poster said about living in large metros to get a good job. There is no rule to this.
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