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Oct 4, 2012 11:23AM
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(continuing-oops) that what we receive as the "ignorant public" are only what others wish for us to swallow whole without chewing or thought. Yipes. Give us the useful "real" information and keep the rest where it belongs. There are more of us out here in the land of the ex and remaining middle class who finally have our blinders removed and can see where all this constant "poor" misinformation leads. Surprised Washington DC was not listed as #1.The day will soon arrive when those in positions of power, and hopefully that will include the media chieftains and talking heads, are held to account for their actions. Keep smiling and remember to vote with your mind and not your ****!
Oct 4, 2012 11:12AM
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These stats were clearly made up by the same internal ad genius who is creating Obama spots on TV. Important factors such as: crime rate (New Orleans); Educational system (Chicago) and on and on make it clear that like so many things we see and read these days t
Sep 27, 2012 6:55AM
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I see slide pictures of mysteryville only. Where are these places? I have looked and looked and looked, and apparently they forgot to tell the viewer where these places (pictured) are. But it is not as bad as the missed call on Monday night. Nothing's that bad. So this level of incompetence must be understood as not as severe as we've seen this week. 
Sep 12, 2012 8:11PM
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STAY OUT OF CHICAGO if your child wants an education!
Sep 12, 2012 9:05AM
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Somtimes I really question where these people get all their stats.   New Orleans, no mention of crime stats, no mention of insurance on homes.............cost of living should be prohibitive with the utility bills for a/c alone.    wish they would give us some real stats.

 

Sep 12, 2012 8:05AM
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I'm speaking in regards to NOLA.

Live here for the past 20 years

 

Sep 12, 2012 8:04AM
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If you live out side of the city in the suburbs, it is a good place for retirees.  The city has a lot to offer
Sep 11, 2012 2:42PM
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New Orleans for retirees???? Don't think so Maurice. Insurance rates will kill a retirees pension and its hot and humid like you would not believe.
Sep 11, 2012 2:29PM
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I couldn't find the list because of the advertising
Sep 11, 2012 2:08PM
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Some excellent cities are on this list, with perhaps one notable exception. New Orleans for retirees? That doesn't make a lot of sense unless those involved have spent some time in the city and surrounding area. That is a BIG change for how most people live. Interesting how California is shut out here - not disagreeing but just a bit surprised. I guess places like Sunnyvale and Torrance are not what they once were!
Sep 11, 2012 1:37PM
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How about titling this article more accurately:  Best American Cities for every life stage...
Sep 11, 2012 1:26PM
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Des Moines is a great city!  I lived there for 30 years.  It is even getting better for young adults.  There is virtually no crime and plenty to do plus it is close to Minneapolis and Kansas City.  It does get very cold in the winter but the seasons are quite nice.

 

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