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    ChemBob, snazzzybird, banjolele

    you bought a modest house in a far-flung exurb because the city schools stink and the inner-ring suburbs are too expensive, but you still work in the city? And there is NO public transportation whatsoever? Welcome to Northeast Ohio!

    •  Wow, for a second (1+ / 0-)
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      banjolele

      I thought you lived in the Detroit area.

      Life isn't a battle between good and evil, it's a battle between signal and noise.

      by ChemBob on Sun Dec 21, 2008 at 07:17:23 AM PST

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      skeptigal

      Obviously, God does not want you to have a house. And who are we to question God's will? Perhaps you have done something to offend God, perhaps engaging in a homosexual lifestyle or eating shellfish or associating with men while you were menstruating? Pray for His forgiveness. Renounce your abominable ways and God might forgive you by giving you the power to move into wonderful McMansion, such as mine.

      If you are unwilling to repent, sinner, have you considered moving into a homeless shelter?

      But don't forget that most men without property would rather protect the possibility of becoming rich, than face the reality of being poor. (1776)

      by banjolele on Sun Dec 21, 2008 at 07:22:41 AM PST

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    •  And the region is criss-crossed ... (0+ / 0-)

      ... with working rail lines, but not even a stopping train is available to allow people to park at the station and connect into the urban transport system.

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