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Traditional Farmer

04-19-2013 04:45:01

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You may be different but the problem with most folks from the NE US that move South is they bring their NE US ideas with them.

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04-21-2013 04:51:42

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 Re: Thinking of starting a relocation service... in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-19-2013 04:45:01  
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The problem with the south, (and the midwest, west, south west, Alaska, Hawaii, and pretty much every other place on earth.) is that they don't understand all of the northeast is not NYC, Boston, Philly, etc. Trust me, most of the south is a lot more urban than where I live. I've lived in the south, been there, done that.
We have the same problem with the city people that move here.

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04-21-2013 05:07:08

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 Re: Thinking of starting a relocation service... in reply to Bret4207, 04-21-2013 04:51:42  
Its not the number of people its the mindset of the people.Like chickens that have been in a cage people that have lived in places long term that have lots of controls on them and are used to lots of Gov't Services have a problem living in a place with lots of personal freedom and few Gov't services.

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T in NE

04-20-2013 16:32:07

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 Re: Thinking of starting a relocation service... in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-19-2013 04:45:01  
The problem anywhere decent, is the people from the not-so-decent places to live move in, then try to turn it into the place they left.

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