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What are the pros and cons about where you live? Sometimes I feel like throwing a dart at a map and moving wherever it lands.

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      Frannie1964 wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • Humm the pros and cons where I live, well The pros would be, I live In a city that Is known for being the friendlest city. I live just 15 minutes from the beach. The Cons, I am not sure If I have any about the city I live In, at least not that I know of yet.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • Pro—few people

            Slow pace, easy to maintain a healthy lifestyle

            Everyone knows their neighbors

      Con—few job opportunities

            far from medical care

            everyone knows every single little thing about their neighbors




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      Owlmaria wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • Sorry, Choc.
      Up until 16 years ago, I was moving every 3 month to 3 years!
      Every place has it’s pros & cons but what’s more important is what YOU do with what you have.
      Many people today do not have a home.




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      57haddreams wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • I live in a small village...less than 10,000.  I like knowing a lot of folks, borrowing eggs, sugar, butter whatever from a neighbor when you run out.  Walking thru the neighborhood anc visiting everyone.  Being able to walk to the downtown and parks.  I guess the only con would be that everyone seems to know your business...or at least they think they do.




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      007pouty wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • Pros
      Live in a quite subdivision
      Friendly neighbors
      Every time you see someone whether you know them or not you say “Hello” or “Howdy“, you don’t ignore people.
      Schools are good and academically sound.
      The food is wonderful around here (Cajun cooking)
      Cons
      Hurricanes visit quite often here lately.
      We have long hot summers with vast quanties(sp) of humidity.




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      Coachmombabe wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • I think that where I live the pros and cons can be the same thing!

      I’m in Kansas, the center of the US. for us that can mean we are the last to catch on to something. We are slow to change. That can be good or bad. Gangs were slow to arrive, that’s good, drugs too. But they‘re here now. frown

      I remember when I first moved to Kansas at 17 I was so surprised some of the fashion had not reached Allen, KS, population 200! haha! And it wasn’t unusual for the kids to wear cowboy boots and hats! I thought they were stuck in the “olden days“!!! Where I came from (FL) we wore flip flops and halter tops! estatic

      But we still have some wide open spaces, and big sky. And tornadoes. I love Kansas, mostly because it’s home.




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      Anne E wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • I live in San Diego.

      The pros are good weather, the Padres baseball team, lots of stores,  good access to medical care.

      The cons are extremely high cost of living, traffic jams, long commute times, not very friendly people (don’t know my neighbors), lots of recent layoffs.




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      Holly Beck wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Great question, Cynthia!  

      Small rural town in North Carolina:

      Pros -
      light traffic; no traffic jams
      beautiful trees and scenery
      low cost of living
      friendly neighbors

      Cons -
      high humidity
      must drive some distance for shopping, good restaurant, etc.




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