"If the comparison were apples-to-apples, we'd be living in a beautiful and affordable four bedroom home on a wooded lot in one of Atlanta's many wonderful, historic in-town neighborhoods. We couldn't afford that place, so we moved to Cobb County."
Everyone is free to live where they want. But the idea that it is not affordable is laughable. I bought in Edgewood / Kirkwood area in pretty much exactly what you described as your ideal home for considerably under 200k. Also, there is nothing beautiful about a subdivision.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Comparing one of the most expensive areas in all of the city to a house in Smyrna is not really apples and oranges. You decided to live in an ivory tower in Atlanta but didn't when you moved out. That's on you brah......
I don't understand why everything has to be placated. Suburbs are boring. Cities are not. Cities have crime. Suburbs have less crime. The End.
The ITP / OTP thing is so stupid. It's like this. You either prefer city living or you prefer suburban living. I prefer city living after a childhood spent in the suburbs. They are not similar. Living in the suburbs is a completely different existence than living in a city. Im not sure why that even has to be debated. If you want to live in the burbs then have fun with it. But trying to find the similarities is just stupid. They each have their pros and cons. Only in Atlanta though do you hear suburban areas try to claim that they are just like the city.
And you guys got me confused with somebody else. I ve never come on here before and talked shit about Cliff's reviews.
Damn, Cliff's Friday night dining buddies are touchy.....
"I was nervous about recommending it to my Friday-night pals, since several of them dislike Indian food, which has a heavy influence on Nepali cuisine."
Is the point of these articles to shame your Friday night dining partners? I certainly hope it is the case. They don't like Indian food??? Are you kidding me??? Are they 10 year old girls??? I truly despise reading about your pathetic friends. Drop them off at Applebees and please write about you and Wayne's dining instead.
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