Does YOUR CITY LIVE up to IT's NAME? i live in PHILADELPHIA..the city of brotherly love?
Question: if it's love you are looking for, don't get off the train here cause we are not the friendliest of people we have a bit of an anger management problem we have a ditch (not 2 be confused with the typical chip) on our shoulder we (the rest of the city) love the eagles..we know we are going 2 lose the game before getting 2 the freekin super bowl every year...these die hard eagle fans will have the best 'we lost this year but we will be back next year' party we hate new jersey drivers, people from jersey should stay on their side of the bridge..but we go 2 the cherry hill mall every week & you better not tell us 2 go back to philly we want 2 conquer delaware, cause it's not really a state if you are not from philly, we don't like you if you are from philly we like you even less take it or leave it, that's how it is. you better have thick skin if you want to live here..but once here, there will be no other state like it 4 you. love/hate my city what about you?
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I live in Birdsboro,boro of birds,if vultures count.Rural Pa.I too, am an E*A*G*L*E*S* fan.I bleed green(see my blog). I learned the secret to driving in Philly,Do NOT use your turn signals,you`ll blend right in. You forgot to mention the upside,tomato pie from Manayunk, and Dahani Jones is gone from the Eagles`nest. I`ve only watched about half a dozen Phillies games of my own free will since 1964.Creeping up on the magic number, 10,000 losses!!Most of ANY "professional" team,period.
I would say store up a lot of water for 5 months and enough food. For the last 5 months on Earth at least you will have food/water. With earthquacks and broken sewage lines you may not have any water. More important seek God and ask him for forgiveness and to save you so you wont have to be here at all.
Income tax status for NYC condo owners live outside the city?
Being tormented by a city bus driver where I live he's always got something smart to say like calling me a bum and other names What can I do?
Sacramento, I like it here. Wouldn't say I love it. It the city of trees and amazingly enough it is one of the top two cities in the US when it comes to quantity of trees. Who would have thought? So, I guess it does live up to its name.
a) make sure your nice to people when you move here, dont listen to that rude new yorker stereotype. set an example for others .smile and be polite and friendly. dont become full of yourself b) live in other cheaper areas outside manhattan (there are 4 other boroughs in nyc) and commute. in fact most new yorkers who work in manhattan commute from outside manhattan. find some nice neighborhoods with cheaper rent and get a roommate. most young unmarried people here have roommates to lower the rent, so thats cheaper. and they live with total strangers too. thats normal in new york to get a roommate who you dont know. try queens or brooklyn, theres nice areas there with very cheap rent compared to manhattan. dont be fooled do, bargain hunt because they like to charge large amounts for closet sided apartments for out of towners. there are nice big places for really cheap. look around save money by taking the subway if you can, the subway goes to almost every area of all the boroughs. so you can commute to work in manhattan or you can even get nice jobs outside manhattan. the other boroughs are queens, brooklyn, bronx and staten island. not much is doing in staten island so avoid that, also avoid the south bronx dont live there. northern new jersey has some very nice neighborhoods you can commute in 20 minutes or less to manhattan. or even try yonkers in westchester county, cheap rent and less than 30 minutes to manhattan by bus or car about a job im not sure, be creative. you usually need a college degree for manhattan good paying jobs. what are ur skills or talents, maybe go to a trade school or get a certificate before you go to nyc. i think yellowcab drivers make some money? LOL find jobs outside of retail, whatever your good at. make a resume. i know in queens you can get a studio for like 600 a month or rent a bedroom in someones apartment for that much
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