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ilived in new orleans for 2plus years what they dont tell you is the city is a vertual war zone the media paints a pretty picture i was there i know .i would nt raise a family there
Interesting article and could be useful tor someone looking for a job, IF the data was current. Data from 2005 compared to 2010 is obsolete. This is May 2012. The article needs to include the 2011 data AND have trend line charts for the data to show what direction each city is headed in to project the future. Also needed is WHY the trends are moving in the direction that they show on the charts.
As presented, nice fluff piece but not useful.
Everybody is on here bashing New Orleans. You know what, this entire country is filled with hate, haters, crime, and corruption. So the majority of you need to shut the hell up. There is no one safe place where crime and criminals don't exist. You city is just as bad as theirs. Don't get me wrong, New Orleans does have a problem with crime, but so does Houston, Miami, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Vegas, and "your" city. So don't be fooled by articles or statistics that you think you know.
Go do your research and find the same things are happened in your city. There are just as many shooting, rapes, carjackings, and overdosing going on in your town as there are in New Olreans. It's just that the dealers and criminals may not be black, white, or asian guys wearing white t-shirts, they're sneaky white and yellow faces wearing suits and ties and a mask so that you don't suspect them. Instead of pointing fingers at each others towns, look in your own backyards first. It's not exactly where it was before Katrina but New Orleans is still a great place. There's just a greater divide now-a-days between the have and the have-nots. Peace & Love to you all, even if your comments are idiotic.
I lived out side of Pittsburgh most of my life. My Wife and I miss it. You Had College Sports and Professional Sports, you had the Beautiful City, One of the Biggest Zoo's in the Country. You have Art, Music, All the different eating Places that you can think of. Go up the Mountain Tram and visit Mt. Washington that over Looks the City with all the eating Places, Just bring some Money.
Winter Time you were close to the Mountains for Sking and FUN.
Great ton see Pittsburgh and Philly on the comeback-2 great cities-especially Pittsburgh a real jewel of affordable and good living with great people.
But will Buffalo NY EVER COME BACK?
I think that is one city that has such great potential and you can really live cheap up there.
I would love to see Buffalo and Cleveland on the comeback list in a few years!
Has the IRS revealed how many ex-pats have left the country because of the deteriorating economy and inflation. Where are the coverage of America's currently failing cities and disappearing towns where unemployment and foreclosures have ravaged these areas.
The IRS seems to be painting a rosy picture for political purposes and their boss to make up for the boondoggles of the Secret Service and GSA.
How about balancing the good and bad with a fair representation.
This story reminds me of "Young Frankenstein".
"Things could be worse, it could be raining."
What kind of water do you need to drink to describe ongoing losses as rebounds.
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