I think the "smart, educated, morally upright and refined" people who move to a community and voice terrible and vitreous comments about the local citizens, already had their own cemented prejudices before being forced by circumstances and lack of free choices, or ignorance (often dictated by limited education and low income frustrations, discontent marriage or bad divorce), to relocate to a place they never liked or know nothing about. Vitreous comments laced with anger and hate reflect own frustrations, now being splashed like mud at locals who are happy living their lives and loving their state. Many folks say bad thinks about Kentucky, but if you search "the most livable places in US" in terms of cost of living, universities, housing, weather, opportunity, Kentucky ranks high, even in real estate growth. The smart, angry and disturbed malcontents should try Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Gary Indiana, Detroit, Portland OR, Boston MA, such places, then explain why many of those other "smart and educated" folks from those states are fleeing to places like Kentucky and Tennessee. Chicago has lost almost a million people in the last three years alone.
I love Kentucky. I wouldn't live anywhere else, even South of France!Uno
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