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First of all, if you're even going to THINK of creating such a list, America has MANY great cities, and not all of them are large or even well known; so how about the 50 best Cities To Retire In? Then do some ACTUAL research, and leave large cities OFF the list, since they're almost automatically going to have a high crime rate.
There has to be something odd about how these results are calculated.
If really investigated attitudes of people, road systems, and so on would also be taken into consideration.
For example, Pittsburgh has very racist people and has road systems designed by rejected engineers. Unless you live downtown (cost is HIGH) you can't rank Pittsburgh high. It is hard to get in and out of. Look at the analysis for who searches online the most for racist things.
Others are very questionable also.
If money, crime, and weather are the largest criteria then this is a very slanted analysis.
Why in the world would you even consider an area with a high crime rate as a good place for old retirees to retire to? You must be out of your mind to make such a suggestion.
Wow, Bart. Wake up on the wrong side of the bed? Any place can be hell, or heaven, if YOU make it that way. It's all about attitude, and, um, I feel badly for poor Bart. He won't be happy ANYWHERE.
I live in Albuquerque. Run, run as fast as you can away from this crime riiden hole. Yes we have the balloon fiesta but if you stay in a hotel and your ballooon is outside on your truck, guaranteed it will be stolen by morning. You don't dare look someone in the eye cause you will surely get shot. Gangs are prevelent here. They found 13 dead women buried on the mesa. Again I say run, run as fast as you can away form this crime ridden hole.
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