happy days will soon be here...

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AP, why would you ever care what wannabee says/feels/recommends/opines/suggests, etc.

more than a half dozen jobs new 'careers' (no successes), multiple 'great' living locations....then move, rent then buy (?), he will break the casinos, now...selling used crap on the internet. supports pols that are in favor of killing unborn babies, up to birth.

AP, you can do way better than that.

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Happy hour comes early these days.

By the way Bisbee came in #1 in the country for small towns with big personalities according to treehugger.com.
It's a magical place.

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BISBEE, AZ.-according to CITY DATA.
-median household income- $45k, 20% less than the rest of AZ.
-estimated median house/condo value- $132k, 40% less than the rest of AZ.
-percentage of residents living in poverty- 28.4%
-crime index- US nat avg 274.0, latest year for BISBEE- 483.3
-declining population since 1970's
-most common occupation- law enforcement
-population- 5,155
-206 in jails or other confinement
-overwhelming voted republican in potus elections, 2000,2004, 2008, 2012, 2016
-60% have no religious affiliation

-#2 on list of top 101 cities largest percentage divorced people
-#33 on list of top 101 cities with largest number of assaults per 100,000 residents
-#36 on list of top 101 cities with highest likely percentage of lesbian couples
-#60 on list of 101 cities with likely homo households
-#3 on list of 101 cities with LOWEST percentage of residents who visited a dentist last 12 months

sounds like perfect place for BR. you can be unsuccessful, have little money and fit right in.

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notes1 wrote:
Sat Nov 14, 2020 6:50 pm
AP, why would you ever care what wannabee says/feels/recommends/opines/suggests, etc.

more than a half dozen jobs new 'careers' (no successes), multiple 'great' living locations....then move, rent then buy (?), he will break the casinos, now...selling used crap on the internet. supports pols that are in favor of killing unborn babies, up to birth.

AP, you can do way better than that.
You r right , but this is clearly corruption and robbery of an election !! TRUMP is still our president for the next 4 years !!! TRUMP won , therefore I remain here !

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notes1 wrote:
Sat Nov 14, 2020 8:53 pm
BISBEE, AZ.-according to CITY DATA.
-median household income- $45k, 20% less than the rest of AZ.
-estimated median house/condo value- $132k, 40% less than the rest of AZ.
-percentage of residents living in poverty- 28.4%
-crime index- US nat avg 274.0, latest year for BISBEE- 483.3
-declining population since 1970's
-most common occupation- law enforcement
-population- 5,155
-206 in jails or other confinement
-overwhelming voted republican in potus elections, 2000,2004, 2008, 2012, 2016
-60% have no religious affiliation

-#2 on list of top 101 cities largest percentage divorced people
-#33 on list of top 101 cities with largest number of assaults per 100,000 residents
-#36 on list of top 101 cities with highest likely percentage of lesbian couples
-#60 on list of 101 cities with likely homo households
-#3 on list of 101 cities with LOWEST percentage of residents who visited a dentist last 12 months

sounds like perfect place for BR. you can be unsuccessful, have little money and fit right in.


Homo households? You truly are a sick, twisted old drunk.

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below average income, below average home prices, decreasing population. above average crime stats, above average poverty rates. when law enforcement is high demand occupation, it tells one something about an area.

and, of course few go to the dentist. you got that going for you, nice!

have you considered a career in real estate sales? if this is your idea of mecca, it would just add to your list of failed occupations. i can just see the folks lining up to move there.

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When law enforcement is in high demand, it might indicate it is by the border and has two international crosssings within a few miles and two state prisons in the vicinity. The Border Patrol station in Bisbee easily has several hundred people working in it in a town of just over 5,000.
I have no idea where you are getting your dental statistics from, but why would people visit American dentist in Bisbee when you can cross the border and get dental work at 80% off. There is a whole medical tourism industry here.
AARP rates it the #1 small town in the Southwest. It's on AAAs list of must see small towns. It's the #2 tourist destination in Southern Arizona, but we should listen to the forum drunk.
One obvious reason why housing costs are low is because there is no new building in the town. It's an old mining town and half the people live in converted mine shacks. No McMansions allowed. It's a historic town with a very strict building code.
But why argue with a drunk?

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billryan - I think we've had enough of you calling people a drunk.

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Tedlark wrote:
Sun Nov 15, 2020 7:46 am
billryan - I think we've had enough of you calling people a drunk.
he can call me anything he wants, could not care less. it is what those with no debate skills do to compensate for lack of intelligence. when one does not have the facts on their side, they name call. drunk, racist, bigot, homophobe, sexist, are just some of the labels they use. what is most surprising is the things they call others or accuse others of doing/being, they are really describing themselves. example; dems/liberals like to call themselves the party of women. but, does any party have more sexual offenders, abusers of women, then themselves. just start with clinton and go down the list. they like to consider themselves defenders of blacks, while not supporting school choice and not having the record trump had with black employment/income and black home ownership. dems love blacks so much, they encourage the black abortion rate to be many times that of white babies.

projection; when they call someone something, they are likely describing themselves.

but, just for the record, i am 66, have not had any form of alcohol since age 41. it negatively affects my heart.

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My problem with calling others names like "drunk" is that it may affect those who may be suffering from an alcohol problem. For the record: I am not one of them.

Beside the fact that unless he has proof that a person is in fact, a drunk, this is slanderous.
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