Those in cities and sububs, how often do you go to suburbs and cities?:

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MASTER-DEBATER
As in once a day, a few times a week, etc? I wonder that as the times ive been into suburbs a lot of the people there rarely go into the city proper and have a sort of 'turf' where they hang out often.
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2 Ratix21st Feb 2011 01:24:06 PM from Someplace, Maryland
Considering I live in the suburbs and work in the city... pretty often. tongue
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I live in the city and go to school in the suburbs/country so I spend a lot of time in both.
4 Cojuanco21st Feb 2011 01:27:23 PM from Irvine, CA, US
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Twice a month to visit my parents in the suburbs, forgetting for a moment they practically live down the street from Jack Chick.
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Suburb in macomb county. Depends on what your definition of 'city' is.

If you mean Detroit? Only when I have to. Which is thankfully almost never.

edited 21st Feb '11 1:29:33 PM by Thorn14

MASTER-DEBATER
lolol Detroit in da house!! [up]

edited 21st Feb '11 1:34:42 PM by BalloonFleet

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7 BobbyG21st Feb 2011 01:33:14 PM from the Silvery Tay
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I laughed at his response re. Detroit tongue
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My city (11th largest in Canada...fuck you, Waterloo Region) is not quite big enough to have this huge distinction between neighbourhoods, really, but I guess it could be said that I do live in a suburb. I make my way through the city core at least five days a week, because I take a city bus to school. I also work on the side of town completely opposite of where I live.
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10 Barkey21st Feb 2011 06:03:41 PM from Bunker 051 , Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
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^^^

Because it's one of Americas biggest shitholes.
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11 BobbyG21st Feb 2011 09:44:56 PM from the Silvery Tay
12 wuggles22nd Feb 2011 04:24:33 PM from Miami, FL , Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
I live in a suburb of Atlanta, and I would say that I don't usually go to Atlanta (it's only 30-40 minutes away), but my mom works there so she goes every day.
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^^ Dude, even I know that. Detroit is funny in a black comedy kind of way.
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14 DeMarquis22nd Feb 2011 06:01:35 PM from Hell, USA , Relationship Status: Buried in snow, waiting for spring
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Well, I happen live in a suburb of said shithole, and I go downtown to teach there, so twice a week.
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15 Bur22nd Feb 2011 06:14:58 PM from Flyover Country , Relationship Status: Not war
Five days a week for the foreseeable future. Why can't I find a job with growth opportunities less than 20 miles from home?
16 BobbyG22nd Feb 2011 06:33:59 PM from the Silvery Tay
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^^^ Hey, I said I was ignorant. No need to rub it in.
@Bur: Are you unable to move closer to your job?
18 Cojuanco23rd Feb 2011 07:03:18 AM from Irvine, CA, US
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@Bobby G: Think Glasgow, only without the sectarianism.
19 DeMarquis23rd Feb 2011 07:18:56 AM from Hell, USA , Relationship Status: Buried in snow, waiting for spring
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Although the emphasis in these maps is racial segregation, they will give you some idea how conditions are different within the city vs. the suburbs.
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20 Bur23rd Feb 2011 09:50:48 AM from Flyover Country , Relationship Status: Not war
@Ivy Not entirely, but there'd be consequences. In order to afford grad school without being up to my eyeballs in loans I'm living with my parents. I'd rather finish through this school thing without loads of debt than have to travel less. smile It's still a pain in the ass drive, though. [lol]
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