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|Subject: Re: Libertyville's Loss is Chicago's Gain||Date: 10/11/2012 3:50 PM|
|Author: ascenzm||Number: 648331 of 837705|
They live in city apartments because they want to, and simply have no interest in suburbia.
You mean to tell me that these young people don't to invest their earnings in a depreciating asset just so they can commute 1 to 2 hours a day in traffic logged highways? What's the matter with these young people? <g> They must not want to spend their weekends mowing lawns or raking leaves.
Of course the main problem with urban living is that you are most likely going to be represented by corrupt Democrat politicians, you have to deal with the large populations of dangerous feral yutes and if you have children you have to think about their safety and the lousy public schools.
Mike, who would love to be able to walk to work so he could drive no more than 1000 to 2000 miles a year.
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