Are large american cities dead

>businesses are either shut down or sell literal garbage for three times the price than it should be
>homeless schizos are rampant
>nature is literally nowhere
>cost of living is high
>most white collar city jobs are dying
Give me one reason to live in an american city. I want to move back to my cozy town but I feel like I would get massive fomo again if I did

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Small towns are even more dead. Any industry outside of tourism is gone in most circumstances. And the population is annoying boomers you get sick of looking at.

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    to find a roastie to partner up with

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is literally the only reason to go to a major city, once you do immediately retreat to the suburbs

      I'm convinced most of SighSee are actually locationcels, its a hell of a lot easier to find a woman that understands your autism when your dating pool is a few hundred thousand vs a few thousand.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    NYC/SF/LA/SEA are very dead, do not go there
    2nd tier cities (CHI/BOS/HOU) are dying
    One reason to live there would be to guarantee a remote job and then move to a low cost area. Also, if you are a blue collar worker, you can make some serious cash being near where retired boomers with money are.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm thinking about renting a bedroom from a friend in NYC. I have my own home in an undisclosed western small city and my cost of living is minimal, but I can get a direct flight to NYC for cheap and it is nice to just walk around and hang out there. I wouldn't want to live there permanently. It would cost maybe a grand a month to have a room there which is cheaper than a hotel. I work for a NYC company so I make NYC money and live in not-NYC-costofliving, I can take the hit for a bit. It is much comfier knowing that at any point I can say 'meh', take the subway to JFK, and warp to my comfy waiting home.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Give me one reason to live in an american city. I want to move back to my cozy town

    All the girls you knew from high school are fat single moms, all the dudes you knew ODed on fentanyl or are depressing alcoholics trying to scam money out of you, that place you liked to go got bought by pajeets and sucks now. It's over and we're stuck here. You can't go home again.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    covid killed them

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's been like this since the 1700s
    1646-1730 was the only kino period of America

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    The reason to stay is job prospects and entertainment. Not gonna get a 6 figure tech/finance job or pursue any kind of artistic career in Podunk nowhere. Also can't go see a concert every weekend or find support for literally any hobby.

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here are your options for places to visit in every American city:
    >Golden Arches corporate Memphis strip mall diabetic hellscape
    >gentrified, overpriced tourist area full of obese Texans and their shrieking children that is like every other tourist area
    >trash-filled warzone slum that looks like an episode of The Walking Dead, where you will get robbed or killed if you are white
    >poor area with delicious food, friendly people, and local charm and unique identity that is rapidly and blatantly being dismantled to become one of the above

    Seriously, if you’re going to visit America, explore the vastness of nature. American cities have very little to offer that you couldn’t get from European cities. And yes I have been to many cities in the US and Europe.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >poor area with delicious food, friendly people, and local charm and unique identity that is rapidly and blatantly being dismantled to become one of the above
      found the gaydditor, I sincerely hope you get your neomarxist revolution so you can choke on it

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >poor area with delicious food, friendly people, and local charm and unique identity that is rapidly and blatantly being dismantled to become one of the above

      where can you find this in NYC currently ?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah idk I guess I wanted to add some optimism for flavor but you’re right, there’s really nothing good about US cities whatsoever

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Handing cities over to libshits was a mistake. They love capitalism btw if you have a comfy business they will show up

  11. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't say large cities are dying at all, zoomers are moving to them in droves. Walkability and car-free/car-lite lifestyles are very desirable. The reason places like New York and San Francisco are so expensive is because people still keep moving to them.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I wouldn't say large cities are dying at all,
      >zoomers are moving to them in droves
      The most soulless, automaton Black personized generation to date is replacing the older, more likely to be ensouled generations who are dying or have moved out and you're saying the cities aren't dying?
      >The reason places like New York and San Francisco are so expensive is because people still keep moving to them.
      Yeah, a bunch of hylics at this point. Literal NPCs.

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