So many Indians in this area

So many Indians in this area

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betcha

Perkasie, PA

#1 Dec 5, 2012
What is with the surge of Indians some refer to as dot heads moving in Bucks County? I go to Walmart in Hatfield and WOW it's like I'm actually in India. Is life so much better here working at Walmart? They live in poverty in India to come live here and work at Walmart to live in poverty again? makes no sense
Funny

Quakertown, PA

#2 Dec 5, 2012
It has to do with the increase in Dunkin Donuts franchises popping up.
Tonight

Hatfield, PA

#3 Dec 6, 2012
betcha wrote:
What is with the surge of Indians some refer to as dot heads moving in Bucks County? I go to Walmart in Hatfield and WOW it's like I'm actually in India. Is life so much better here working at Walmart? They live in poverty in India to come live here and work at Walmart to live in poverty again? makes no sense
Another f-in troll!
pgh

Greensburg, PA

#4 Dec 6, 2012
I'll bet none of them are collectig welfare.
Rich Land Rich Man

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Dec 6, 2012
betcha wrote:
What is with the surge of Indians some refer to as dot heads moving in Bucks County? I go to Walmart in Hatfield and WOW it's like I'm actually in India. Is life so much better here working at Walmart? They live in poverty in India to come live here and work at Walmart to live in poverty again? makes no sense
I'll bet a million dollars you have no clue as to what living conditions are in India. STFU.

It's funny, you don't have a problem with the fact that YOUR ancestors moved into North America and took it over from the Indians that were living here.
betcha

Perkasie, PA

#6 Dec 6, 2012
pgh wrote:
I'll bet none of them are collectig welfare.
Working at Walmart I guarantee they are. Walmart does not provide anything near a livable wage.
QHomeowner

Quakertown, PA

#7 Dec 6, 2012
betcha wrote:
What is with the surge of Indians some refer to as dot heads moving in Bucks County? I go to Walmart in Hatfield and WOW it's like I'm actually in India. Is life so much better here working at Walmart? They live in poverty in India to come live here and work at Walmart to live in poverty again? makes no sense
Most of the Indians you see at the Hilltown/Hatfield Wal-Mart live in Hatfield Village Apts. Sometimes up to 13 Parents,Grand Parents and kids in one Apt. Not sure that's the norm there but probably pushing the building and fire codes here. They may be decent people but I still wouldn't want to live with those conditions.
czar bomba

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Dec 7, 2012
Tonight wrote:
<quoted text>Another f-in troll!
GOODNIGHT.
pgh

Greensburg, PA

#9 Dec 7, 2012
betcha wrote:
<quoted text>
Working at Walmart I guarantee they are. Walmart does not provide anything near a livable wage.
Compared to what they probably came from, they can prosper on Walmart wages. By the way, most of the Indians I know are in acedemia...those that are not own busineses. It's rather pathetic that native born Americans begruge immigants' successes. We were born with opportunities...immigrants have to creat them. Don't be jealous of tough and resourceful people who actually understand the meaning of freedom (unlike a lot of Americans).

Since: Nov 12

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Dec 7, 2012
Is a surge of Indians a bad thing? Who cares?

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