[LMB] Re: OT: Cars. etc.

Azalais Malfoy tiamat at tsoft.com
Tue, 25 Nov 2003 09:15:27 -0800 (PST)

On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, Louann Miller wrote:

> I think a lot of these choices are emotionally driven. Living in The
> Village (massive grouping of apartment complexes fairly downtown in Dallas)
> is fun for young singles, but when/if they choose to have kids they start
> thinking about their own suburban childhoods and decide that raising a kid
> without a yard to play in is unfair.


The kids I see here in SF in the nicer neighborhoods don't seem
unhappy.  The poor ones do, but poverty sucks anywhere.

It's because of my suburban childhood that I wouldn't move to the
suburbs with or without a kid, even at gunpoint.


"That wickedness weltering around inside of you, inside of everyone, is
sacred somewhere.  There's a deity out there who digs it.  You can respect
and love your darkest side, disposing only of what is obsolete or
impractical.  It's all about giving yourself permission." --Jack Darkhand

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