Raleigh and Durham make list of most tolerant cities in U.S., Asheville doesn't
The Daily Beast posted a slideshow highlighting the "most tolerant cities" in the U.S., with North Carolina snagging two of the top 20 positions .
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#1 Jan 18, 2012
Understand Raleigh/Durham with two major universities and many world reknown medical facilities but I lived in Asheville from 1987 until 2000 and I observed many positive changes with the increase of retirees from the north. Loved the area for its scenic beauty, unca college for seniors,(first in the nation,) and a hospital which recieved recogntion from patients all over the us. "times, they are a changing!" ps. also have the Biltmore estate, a prime attraction for visitors. cjsim
#2 Jan 18, 2012
Let's not forget our beloved den of violent apes with tasers, guns, and concussion bombs at 100 Court Plaza. And ZERO respect for the Bill of Rights. Let's not forget that they held war games downtown with real gunfire and cannon fire in May of 2011, terrorizing tourists who were walking downtown.
Little warning, hell! There was NO warning.
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