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Chadaristic
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Member since Jan 2011
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re: Best City to live in in each State
I used to live in Naples.

The median age in the United States is about 37.4 years old.

The median age in Naples is about 65.3 years old.

And I think your 30% figure is off.


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NYCAuburn
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re: Best City to live in in each State
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Imagine your day as a courier for an undertaker.


You would be surprised how many of them die on the toilet...


OKTGR580
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge to Houston, TX
Member since Apr 2018
6318 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Youngsville blows.

I’d say 1 is Lafayette and 2 is Mandeville.


Texas is too large to even rank. You’d have to split it into regions.
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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
It’s it because the pressure of pooping causes the heart to explode? I often ponder that when slightly constipated. It’s frightening.


VFL1800FPD
Tennessee Fan
Nashville, TN
Member since Aug 2012
6609 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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Tennessee: Atoka


A suburb of Memphis? give me a break


NYCAuburn
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re: Best City to live in in each State
yeah, the strain. heart attacks.

My sister has a house in Boca Grande. filled with old folks, we get all the updates when we stay there


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teamjackson
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Member since Nov 2012
1399 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Arizona - Paradise Valley


That's complete horse shite. You have to earn high 6's-7 figures to even sniff the damn place.

I'm sure it is nice, but that's saying the nicest part of Long Island is Montauk and The Hamptons... yeah no shite.
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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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Arizona - Paradise Valley


That's complete horse shite. You have to earn high 6's-7 figures to even sniff the damn place.

I'm sure it is nice, but that's saying the nicest part of Long Island is Montauk and The Hamptons... yeah no shite.



psh


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BoarEd
Arkansas Fan
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Member since Oct 2015
10428 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
I don't think there could be more noble work than being a funeral home director.


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

re: Best City to live in in each State
Naples is full of young people*





* People that are younger than I am


Naples is full of cotton top snowbirds


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Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Lexington
Member since Apr 2013
13862 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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Kentucky: Edgewood


A nice suburb of Cincinnati but, no, not the best place to live in Kentucky.


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thatguy45
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Member since Sep 2017
9579 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
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best town in Indiana is in southern Indiana

Yikes. I am surprised it wasn't Santa Claus Indiana. Lotta places pick it because the person writing it went to holiday world once.
Soil is poorer quality down there


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

re: Best City to live in in each State
Is it really?


thatguy45
Kentucky Fan
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Member since Sep 2017
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re: Best City to live in in each State
Yes, assuming you aren't being sarcastic. Glaciers stopping and all that makes elsewhere higher quality soil-wise


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

re: Best City to live in in each State
Not being sarcastic. Curious because my Dad's family are farmers in the area but I'm not super familiar with it.


thatguy45
Kentucky Fan
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Member since Sep 2017
9579 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Yeah, the glaciers deposited alot of nutrients in the Midwest. Once you get into the southern parts of Indiana and Ohio the soil quality drops off. You can still grow stuff but it's not the same, due to lack of deposition from glaciers.


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TopFlightSecurity
Arkansas Fan
Savannah, Georgia
Member since Dec 2018
229 posts

re: Best City to live in in each State
Based on my limited life experience -

Texas - Georgetown
Arkansas - Fayetteville all day every day
Florida - As far in the Panhandle as possible to get away from the rest of the state
Georgia - Woodstock
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I Bleed Garnet
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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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Mississippi: Madison
Maybe the best if you enjoy soulless suburbia with faux architecture.


Madison is nice. It tries to emulate Southlake Texas or something similar (but falls short because it's tiny and everything is still just "nice" strip-malls).

The people who live there seem to think it's Beverly Hills or Highland Park, though.


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TbirdSpur2010
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Member since Dec 2010
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re: Best City to live in in each State
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Texas: West University Place




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