Maggie Minnesota? Are you kidding?

Maggie Minnesota? Are you kidding?

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CRASSUS

United States

#1 Aug 28, 2017
Why would you move there?
CRASSUS

United States

#2 Aug 30, 2017
Are you on drugs?
CrassusCanoeResc ue

United States

#3 Aug 30, 2017
I like the summers in the Pacific Northwest. Minnesota summers suck. It's hot, very humid, bad pothole road construction on 35w, 694, 494 and everywhere else every summer, hot tempered Scandinavian, road rage Gingers that fight like girls. Humidity, mosquitoes, deer flies, horse flies, ticks, lymes disease. Black crime, huge gay population. And the people are idiots.
CrassusCanoeResc ue

United States

#4 Aug 30, 2017
That doesn't mean you wont like it.
Dynamic vetting

Minneapolis, MN

#8 Sep 1, 2017
Maggie wrote:
Going to find a non Somali or black neighborhood. Even if I have to drive an hour to work. Dang Crassus I thought you were still there.
You will find many areas with the people you are looking for.

If you are white you will find a lot of houses and apartments to rent because renters like to rent to people who won't destroy their property. Working in Brooklyn Park you can go west or north and find a good place to live. Just avoid high density housing with the Section 8 component. Avoid Coon Rapids, you see when the 610 bridge was completed there was a rash of crime coming from Brooklyn Park. The black plague spreads at every opportunity.
Dynamic vetting

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Sep 1, 2017
Maggie wrote:
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Can you give me some town names. Do not want to be near section 8
Google Maple Grove and look there and west of Maple Grove. Lots of small towns with housing to fit your needs.

Before renting or buying talk to people in the area and ask about what you are concerned about. Remember to talk to a number of people to make sure you are getting the truth. Small town in the country west of Maple Grove are a pretty safe bet and should be close enough to Brooklyn Park for a not to long commute. You can ask the people at the company you work with where they live and if they have suggestions.

Roads in Minnesota turn real ugly in winter and actually in summer because MnDOT seems to like to highway torture commuters by scheduling road repair on the worst schedule possible AND they seem to attempt to shut down all alternative routes at the same time.
CrassusTrump

Hayden, ID

#11 Sep 1, 2017
Maggie wrote:
Going to find a non Somali or black neighborhood. Even if I have to dtive an hour to work. Dang Crassus I thought you were still there.
I left that armpit town years ago. I did go back to school in Wisc. a few years ago though. Entitlement states are good for that. Then I left again. Now I live in the Mountains near the Montana border. I usually bring my 9mm when I go outside a night. Not because of the people, but the Mountain Lions, Grizzly and Black Bears and the giant Elk and Moose I have on the property. I got my first degree in Minnesota. I worked as a bartender at night in Minneapolis and went to school during the day. The state is full of drunks and the women are looking to get laid from real men like me. The femamales of Minnesota can't seem to keep their women satisfied. That's understandable.
CrassusTrump

Hayden, ID

#12 Sep 1, 2017
Dynamic vetting wrote:
<quoted text>

You will find many areas with the people you are looking for.

If you are white you will find a lot of houses and apartments to rent because renters like to rent to people who won't destroy their property. Working in Brooklyn Park you can go west or north and find a good place to live. Just avoid high density housing with the Section 8 component. Avoid Coon Rapids, you see when the 610 bridge was completed there was a rash of crime coming from Brooklyn Park. The black plague spreads at every opportunity.
Coon Rapids? That's Self-explanatory. Like if a town is called Nwordville or Sam Ollie City, I'm staying away. Isn't Brooklyn Dark that city with 20,000 Africans from Liberia? I think I remember that from the Ebola days.
Dynamic vetting

Minneapolis, MN

#13 Sep 2, 2017
CrassusTrump wrote:
<quoted text>Coon Rapids? That's Self-explanatory. Like if a town is called Nwordville or Sam Ollie City, I'm staying away. Isn't Brooklyn Dark that city with 20,000 Africans from Liberia? I think I remember that from the Ebola days.
Someone not long ago attempted to get the Coon Rapids name changed. Actually it refers to raccoons not the others.

Crooklyn Dark may have 20K Liberians. Minnesota has 75,000 Samolies and the largest population of Hmong in the USA except I think California has more Hmong. Minneapolis and Saint Paul are both sanctuary cities so we are over represented with Mexicans.

Minnesota is the opposite of a diamond in the rough. Minnesota is the rough, but mainly in the Twin Cities BUT the Met Council, bless their hearts, is changing that by distributing the wealth of stupid/violent immigrants to second and third ring suburbs AND even out state Minnesota.

Gotta love Minnesota do gooders.

Remember disfuntional Minneapolis just HAD TO hire a Samilie to shoot and kill a wonderful woman from Australia, RIP Justine. The ignorant Samolie COP should be in custody charged with first degree murder for gut shooting Justine. Instead he is on paid leave and charged with nothing AND not even talking to investigators.

Ya can't make this shyit up!
Dynamic vetting

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Sep 2, 2017
CrassusTrump wrote:
<quoted text>I left that armpit town years ago. I did go back to school in Wisc. a few years ago though. Entitlement states are good for that. Then I left again. Now I live in the Mountains near the Montana border. I usually bring my 9mm when I go outside a night. Not because of the people, but the Mountain Lions, Grizzly and Black Bears and the giant Elk and Moose I have on the property. I got my first degree in Minnesota. I worked as a bartender at night in Minneapolis and went to school during the day. The state is full of drunks and the women are looking to get laid from real men like me. The femamales of Minnesota can't seem to keep their women satisfied. That's understandable.
You smart man.

However will a 9mm do a large animal? Or just piss it off, LOL?
cowboy chris

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Sep 2, 2017
Minnesota is a great state if you're filthy rich, liberal and slightly insane. For the rest of us, can't wait to retire and sell everything and move. I love the ocean, but now global warming is making it too dangerous. (LOL)
Dynamic vetting

Minneapolis, MN

#16 Sep 2, 2017
cowboy chris wrote:
Minnesota is a great state if you're filthy rich, liberal and slightly insane. For the rest of us, can't wait to retire and sell everything and move. I love the ocean, but now global warming is making it too dangerous.(LOL)
Funny, sad, but true what you say.

IMHO Dumbocraps are illegal drug users and that is why they "think" the way they do. The elected officials could all be illegal drug users and their supporters at the polls could also be illegal drug users. That would explain a lot of why Minnesota and many other states are Dumbocrap strongholds.

Think about it, the illegal drug industry in the USA is HUGE!!!!! And all those drugs are consumed by a lot of people (Dumbocraps).

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