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LouisvilleKat
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Member since Oct 2016
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re: Best City to live in in each State
I don't even know wtf Edgewood Kentucky is.

I saw a license plate this morning for Licking, Ohio.

Sounds like a promising place


Ronaldo Burgundiaz
Arkansas Fan
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re: Best City to live in in each State
Here's an actual ranking for Arkansas:
1. Bentonville
2. Fayetteville
3. Rogers
4. Springdale
5. Mountain Home (if you are retirement age only)
6. I don't know, its all the same from 6 - 232.


NYCAuburn
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re: Best City to live in in each State
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I don't even know wtf Edgewood Kentucky is.


Cincy area


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Cheese Grits
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Wherever I lay my hat is my home
Member since Apr 2012
34935 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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I don't even know wtf Edgewood Kentucky is.


Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky MSA

Close to Villa Hills and such


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I saw a license plate this morning for Licking, Ohio.

Sounds like a promising place


Nothing in Ohio is promising


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STLDawg
Mississippi St. Fan
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Member since Apr 2015
1729 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Mississippi: Madison
Maybe the best if you enjoy soulless suburbia with faux architecture.

Missouri: Ladue
This is more legit. Probably the richest suburb of STL. Still wouldn’t want to live there.


TrophySnatcher
Alabama Fan
Member since Oct 2017
27 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Lol. Naples Sucks? Oh yeah the one city in the United States where the average person makes 70% more income then the bottom 99% sucks???? Its a fact..look it up. It recently was the the wealthiest county in the United States with the highest density of millionaires. To say this place sucks tells me right off the bat that you've never even been there. Because I have lived everywhere in the United States for school and work - from Miami, to LA, to Vegas, to New York in the Caribbean, and in the UK. Everywhere I go people have visited Naples and think it's awesome.

Only about 30% of the Collier County population is 65 or older. Naples is a young town.
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The Spleen
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Member since Dec 2010
23312 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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what? I've been there, it's an ugly shithole in the middle of nowhere with zero points of interest





It does have some good Korean restaurants, including one name Yung Dong.


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NYCAuburn
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re: Best City to live in in each State
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Only about 30% of the Collier County population is 65 or older. Naples is a young town.


30% over 65 is an older town, FWIW

For comparison, Atlanta is like 10-15%
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I Bleed Garnet
Atlanta Braves Fan
Transplant in NYC/UofSC Grad
Member since Jul 2011
19010 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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Only about 30% of the Collier County population is 65 or older


That's a pretty high percentage.

You sure it's not lower than that?


NYCAuburn
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re: Best City to live in in each State
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That's a pretty high percentage.

You sure it's not lower than that?



No its correct and naples itself is over 50%. average age is over 65


I Bleed Garnet
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re: Best City to live in in each State
I see said the blind man


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DownSouthJukin
Georgia Southern Fan
Griffin, Georgia
Member since Jan 2014
15067 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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No its correct and Naples itself is over 50%. average age is over 65


Damn. I'd like to be in the home care, nursing home, assisted living, hospice, funeral or dead body transport business in that county and town.


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22071 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Yea no kidding


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22071 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Actually second thought, no. That sounds really depressing.


DownSouthJukin
Georgia Southern Fan
Griffin, Georgia
Member since Jan 2014
15067 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Someone has to do it, the town is full of demand, and everybody dies. I'm sure supply is full up down there, though.


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I Bleed Garnet
Atlanta Braves Fan
Transplant in NYC/UofSC Grad
Member since Jul 2011
19010 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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Actually second thought, no. That sounds really depressing.


No it isn't.

They will be in a better place as well!



KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22071 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Imagine your day as a courier for an undertaker. You start your day at 7. Get in your van and hit your nursing home route to pick up the night’s catch, maybe you get that done by noon. Then for the afternoon you’re hitting all the people that were in home hospice, the unexpected ones, the younger or more independent ones. A decent portion of these people are going to be obese, some morbidly so. You’re gonna have to deal with that.

You’re going to have to enter homes with families that are in shock and do it every day.

All day you deal in old people corpses. The smells. The sights. The sadness. Even though they’re old there’s still going to be a lot of sadness.

I can’t imagine clocking out at 5 and hitting a bar or yucking it up to my favorite TV show, Rick and Morty. I imagine it would suck the life out of you after about a week.
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DownSouthJukin
Georgia Southern Fan
Griffin, Georgia
Member since Jan 2014
15067 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
You're giving closure to families that need it.

Besides, I bet a lot of the time the family won't even be there because these are retirees from the North, so you'll be dealing with a lot of staff.

KSG's mental image:

Image: https://i.imgur.com/oOpD2af.gif
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Numberwang
Missouri Fan
West Finger, Arkansas
Member since Feb 2012
7721 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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1. Bentonville
2. Fayetteville
3. Rogers
4. Springdale
5. Mountain Home (if you are retirement age only)
6. I don't know, its all the same from 6 - 232.


This list is probably pretty accurate. I'll take Fayetteville over Bentonville, though, but it's close either way.

Hilariously, Springdale has the reputation as "the crap town" in NWA, but since it is part of the NWA metro (and really not all that bad overall) it's still preferable than most Central Arkansas suburbs.


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KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22071 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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You're giving closure to families that need it.


Sure at the end, when the soil starts getting shoveled but your boss, the Funeral Director, gets that satisfaction. No, you swoop in in your necro-Uber and snag the person right after the fact. There’s no closure in that, it’s all part of the shock.

Most of the people you’ll deal with will probably be in homes but families tend to show up when people are on death’s door, you’re gonna have to interact with them some not insignificant portion of the time.



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