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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by Father Ted, Sep 6, 2007.
Nope, you move there in an effort to avoid all contact with those dirty poor people and filthy minorities.
I hate white people
The location of intrusive public infrastructure should always have economic litmus attached. Rich people are entitled to be removed from the negative effects of systems which benefit everyone. No air corridors, incinerators, power plants of sewage treatment plants should be imposed on the wealthy.
Says the guy posting from Utah.
Anyway, whenever the poor, downtrodden of Westchester County are spared a minor inconvenience it's a victory for all of us.
Well, they will get theirs when Stewart expands
New Jersey...doing NY's dirty work for 250 years now
Where did that come from?
Actually the plan is to move existing flights over Westchester to LGA to Fairfield County.
I bet Salt Lake City has the highest paid minorities of all the major metro areas in the U.S. RSL, the Blaze, and the Bees pay decent, and a guy can make a fortune playing for the Jazz.
Seriously though, that is one of the biggest things that drives me nuts having moved here from the DC area. Its a little too vanilla out here for my tastes.
While I wouldn't call the Portland area vanilla because of all the weirdos and freaks, it is too white, so I know how you feel.
They are complaining about this in Rockland County, NY too. It's funny cause I've seen a map of Bergen County, NJ in the paper showing where there will be increases in noise and where there will be decreases. About half the county will be quieter and half will have a increase in noise levels. I'm sure after a couple of weeks of the new flight patterns no one will notice the difference. I currently live in a place where there will be a decrease in noise and I had no idea it was noisey here. I mean I see planes from time to time on their way to Newark but I rarely hear them or think twice about it.