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Where do to live?
Entire Denver area is overrated IMO. If you can afford it, live in Littleton. If not, try lakewood or Arvada
Neither you a coastie gentrifier who needs to stay away
If you are from California kindly tie a rope around your neck and hang from a ceiling fan. We don’t want your kind around here.
>t. Castle Rock
Where do to live?
Capital Hill or it's not even worth living that close to Denver
Yknow with a little spit and polish I could get that place looking good as new again
Cap hill is for 25 year old engineers who are OK with having 4 roommates and paying $1300/mo for a bedroom while slurping down gallons upon gallons of semen monthly
Cap Hill prices are no where near that bad. You can get a 1 br for $1300 no problem and if its one of the older buildings off near poets row or heading out towards cheeseman park, it will likely have heat/utilities included.
t. lived off Grant St for 5 years.
Louisville just set their all time record last year for pretty much all violent crime. The homeless population has exploded. They decriminalized panhandling, so now every grocery store in the city has beggers standing out front. They had one of the worst race riots in the past 50 years in the US during covid after the Breonna Taylor shooting. The city defunded the police and the crime has spread to the sbuburbs. The weather is terrible. It's cold and rainy all winter, hot and humid all summer. Tornadoes routinely rip through the city. The air pollution is terrible. The job market is terrible. They pay $7.25 for minimum wage, so none of the blacks in the city will work. They just get welfare. The taxes are really high. Traffic is a nightmare. And despite all the problems, home prices have doubled there in the past 10 years. Louisville is right up there in the top 3 for worst cities in the US with Detroit and St Louis.
Louisville CO is great. Expensive but gorgeous.
wrong Louisville. He's talking about Louisville kentucky
I'm aware. It's a bot. No human posts 400 racist words about Louisville KY when the thread is obviously about Colorado
Lived for two years in Boulder in the late 2000s, it sucks if you don't like snow. It's always cold and snowy except for two months out of the year where it's sweltering hot.
Avoid both cities, that place is not meant for humans.
Also at this point it's probably filled with libtards.
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