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Posted 6/24/08
I was born in the country, and lived there for a little while after my house was destroyed. I lived with my grandmother, an hour away from ANY type of actual city, and two hours away from MY big city, New Orleans.

I hated it.

Everyone there was on drugs. They had no lives of their own, nothing to entertain themselves with, so they made up bullshit drama on myspace and dragged everyone into it. My uncle broke up with his girlfriend over myspace and in the middle of the night her mother came banging on the door screaming at him. Not to mention the fact that everyone was related so everyone looked EXACTLY THE SAME. I kid you not, I couldn't tell one idiot emo girl from the next. I'm SO glad I was homeschooled that year.

Meanwhile, in New Orleans, everyone is laid back, even after the storm. Everyone has personality, everyone is different, everyone is TRULY unique, not just omg i'm so speshul lyke ttly. All anyone wants is to drink a cocktail and have a good time, take in the architecture, go on haunted tours (which are really awesome), etc. Maybe it's just that New Orleans is, well, New Orleans, but I could never move. I'd miss this place SO much.

Then again, I can't ride four-wheelers at full speed down sugarcane fields and scream at longhorns in the city. It's nice once-in-a-while.
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Posted 6/24/08
i dont understand how people can go live in the countryside and not be bored out of their minds. heck...i go from my hometown to a smaller city, and im already bored. Sure, the animals are cute and the landscape is nice but my widescreen plasma TV can do that too.
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