Jules Winnfield wrote:Not to invoke the spirit of Kurama20 (but I will probably end up doing anyways), I find it interesting that the US cities that are options in the poll are, for the most part, quite white/asian whereas other cities worthy of consideration, and happen to have sizeable black/latino populations, are brushed aside/left out.
DC---how is this not on the list of options? it's the nation's capitol! oh, i forgot, because it's Chocolate city and it probably doesn't help that a black man's in the White House
Atlanta---how can one not appreciate it's relatively low COL, nightlife and quality of living?
Miami---the beaches, nightlife, the women. c'mon, if Will Smith can make a song about, it can't be too bad.
All great places to live but share one thing in common---populated heavily by blacks/latinos.
It makes no sense that nobody will vouch for them/include them as options while obscure places, like Charlottesville and Boise, are being talked about.
This is stupid.
Miami is the ****hole of America. Sorry but it's humid, grossly high crime rate, more people without a high school degree that with a high school degree (by a huge margin), and it just sucks in general.