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Posted 10/10/16
Having lived in a small town or two and spent a few weeks on a farm here and there,; there are things that are good about city and farm living.

If you have internet you pretty much alleviate a lot of the drawbacks to living in a rural area, in other words, it isn't boring as hell.

If you are not much of a city person you will be going through culture shock if you decide to live there. If you live in a place where there is a lot of ethnic diversity you will either stay and learn that people are people where-ever and however they look or you will move away back to the rural place you like and hopefully not turn into a homophobic bigot . . . I bring that up because I know people that move out of the city and most of them become more intolerant. It depends on whether or not you can think for yourself too.

The one thing I like about living in a large metro area is there is all kinds of stuff to do if you want to do it. In rural areas most of the time it is more limited.

It also depends on who you know. There are people that can get you into a shitload of trouble regardless of where you may live.
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Posted 10/27/16
growing up in the city and spending most of my life in the city

yes.. i would like to try out life on the countryside for a bit

1- can you survive without fast internet ?

the air is fresh and you don't have to deal with psychos on the road as much


but i'm sure there are pros and cons for both side


maybe having a vacation house in the the country side is a better alternative
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