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angstlessk Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-20-08 03:05 PM
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39. I personally prefer Detroit, it is truly beautiful and the planning that went
Edited on Fri Jun-20-08 03:14 PM by angstlessk
onto designing the neighborhoods is EXCELLENT...look at Cleveland and it seems there is no rhyme nor reason for (some) of the homes to be built where they are except there are 2 million folks and maybe not enough land...a 40 x 100 foot lot is HUGE in Cleveland in Detroit the average is 40 or 50 x 160+ so I am really a fan of Detroit..truly and wish we could move there, but I really do fear for my husband. We do not do drugs, do not party, do not go out at night, I think we will be safe, but he could get mugged going to the store or shot in a robbery so we have agreed that Cleveland will be our town.

To tell you the truth, here in Norfolk, VA he was mugged and his friend (my sisters boyfriend) almost got killed when he was beaten with a tire iron. Luckily the thugs did not have guns. They came home with Oscars head bleeding profusly and we rushed him to the emergency room and he got about 50-100 stitches in his head, so there is really no SAFE city. but hubby is the 'decider' and who am I to tell him he will be safe when he does not think so?

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