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Posted by  KEN on April 04, 2003 at 09:23:39:

In Reply to:  Has Society In General Become Anti-social? posted by Barry Lloyd Wright on April 04, 2003 at 09:10:14:

I find people in the cities are much more social. I live in NYC,
despite common myths about people here being rude or mean, generally speaking, people are very nice and communicable. Everyday I ride the trains and I'm with people from all over the world, from countries that most people don't even know exist. We here appreciate everyones diversity and seek to coexist. If an arab person here with his turban on would walk down the street in this drab suburbia that you speak of, mothers would probably shuttle there children into there shitty little cookie cutter at once. People in america are retarded, thats why I live in NY.

 
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