has written 6 SperlingViews. Currently, Fred is living in Bridgeport, CT and has a little something to say:
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worst city Posted On: 7/10/2006 12:57:07 PM
Bridgeport is one of the most crime infested cities, to top it off The whole freakin state is krupt, Bridgeport is one of the cheaper places to live in Fairfield County but still costs around 1 million for a house. Crime,Crime,Crime it is very unsafe to live with children here, schools are horrible and their is alot of viloent gangs here. This is one of the highest places for teenaged gangs in the nation! One of my close friends car was stollen within 5 minutes when he went in to get groceries. Bridgeport is a very rundown depressing city and falling into a detriot like atmosphere, yes its becoming much like detroit. The Weather here sucks! Its always humid winters bring slushy snow springs are overcast and rainy summers are hott and humid. If you have any idea of moving here please consider this message heavily. For Families I suggest living in Monore, or Trumbull they are a little less expensive and have some charm, but its fading away to kruption, If you could i would move anywhere but the state of connectiuct maybe like East Pennsylvaina or Westchester County.
Re. Enid Posted On: 6/26/2006 3:38:07 PM
Ok here you go Enid, Oklahoma is a town nice country one 65 miles northwest of ok city and 15 miles from the Kansas Border. if you like farming hunting beautiful views and a country town you will love this town. their is suprinsgly alot to do in Enid. Winters usually are mild and summers are hot. If i could find any cons about Enid is that its a good 90 minute commute from Ok City, Tulsa, and Wichita Kansas. Weather at times can change fast. Enid does have a tornado danger but usually all you will get is a loud blast of thunder on a may day and thats about it. So tornado wise its ok. People are very friendly so move right on in
Tornadoes in Northeast Iowa Posted On: 6/26/2006 1:22:28 PM
I can tell you this its like any other place, youll here a crash of lightning but thats about it occasonaly we will get a tornado warning but thats it. Ive heard of tornadoes around the Des Monies area and their to isloated. I dont really consider this state in Tornado Alley, the weather is great from the months of May-November with alot of sunshine
Great City Posted On: 6/26/2006 1:17:05 PM
Oklahoma City is the new Dallas their has been huge devlopment here over the last 15 years. Their is alot of affordable housing here for a very affordable price. As for the weather most years we go without snow, the winters are mild and can get hot into the 80's and 90's. Over the years we have seen less storms, yes it is quite amusing when we get a huge rumble of thunder in May but then the summer comes in everyday is hot and dry with a warm brezze its about 100 but it sure feels great without the sticky air. Overall its a great city alot of potenital at the horizion and I highly recommend the city to move into.
The best suburb city in the nation! Posted On: 6/26/2006 8:33:18 AM
Plainfield,Illinois is my favorite town in America and i got so many things to tell about this city. Its is within 10 miles of both big cities Naperville, and Joliet which are always ranking top 3 for best places to live in the country. Second its close enough to commute to Chicago. 3rd Plainfield is very affordable and great to move into crime rate very low and people are very freindly and will great you as you pass by. Schools are very good here in Plainfield and find them better than even New Cannan, Connecticut schools as I lived their for 22 years. Housing is very luxuries to. Plainfield has a great climate. Winters arent too bad and snow is nice and fluffy but most years we dont even get 10 inches a year. And their is alot of Warm weather that intersepcts winter when temperatures reach 70, Summers are dry and hot and very very sunny! Its Great
Overated! Posted On: 6/26/2006 8:24:38 AM
Westport is very overaterd, it does have charm but its sure costs more than any other place in the country, their is absouluty no new devlopment here except a few new manchions but dont bother their all at least 10 million plus houses 2000sf and up are easily over a million to 3. The weather here is horrible it hot and extremly humid here, the snow is slush and rains here non stop. Im moving out and couldnt be more glad I find Suburban Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago and even Oklahoma City alot nicer then here, with affordable housing very luxuries huge devlopments and no 70 minute comuit its a no brainer.