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Cities in the USA that are similar to European cities

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Cities in the USA that are similar to European cities

Postby Mr.Darcy » July 25th, 2015, 3:23 am

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Re: Cities in the USA that are similar to European cities

Postby S_Parc » July 25th, 2015, 4:30 am

London, which I believe to be the in-between zone between the international vibe of NYC and the more realistic work/cultural attitudes of Boston. Thus, it's got the issues of big money, mopping up the assets in the city, but the ordinary non-millionaire denizens are more like Bostonians, where they appreciate a life of some sort, not just telling everyone that they're some great, soon-to-be <artist, musician, writer, financier, etc>. A slew of NYers are retarded in that aspect of being permanent dreamers.

I could live in London, if the opportunity were to arise (basically, having one's housing subsidized) but I wouldn't waste any more than the allotted time for a business trip to be in NYC, been there, done that.

Plus, esc@rting is legal in Britain, unlike in America.

Like Boston, there are routine sting operations in NYC. These are not places for men.
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Re: Cities in the USA that are similar to European cities

Postby The Un-American » July 25th, 2015, 4:36 am

Not Portland. Unless you are comparing it to the UK perhaps.
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