Paris, TN exudes charm to match Frenc...

Paris, TN exudes charm to match French namesake

There are 41 comments on the The Tennessean story from Nov 15, 2009, titled Paris, TN exudes charm to match French namesake. In it, The Tennessean reports that:

If you can't have Paris, there's always Paris. But even if it isn't the City of Lights, this Tennessee town about 120 miles west of Nashville has charms of its own.

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yank

Allegan, MI

#22 Jan 11, 2010
Well it appears you either love the place or hate it, according to the people that are on this forum anyway
Laughing at you

Satellite Provider

#23 Jan 11, 2010
Based on the posts read from those that do not live here or no longer live here, I can only say that Paris thankful for your absence and we do not miss you. It is very likely you had nothing meaningful to contribute to this town, the region and likley not your self or family. So please stay where you are and I wish you the best of luck
rev bob

United States

#24 Jan 11, 2010
down on the corner wrote:
By Gods Rule's they are all your brother's and sister's,.
Liar
yank

Allegan, MI

#25 Jan 12, 2010
Laughing at you wrote:
Based on the posts read from those that do not live here or no longer live here, I can only say that Paris thankful for your absence and we do not miss you. It is very likely you had nothing meaningful to contribute to this town, the region and likley not your self or family. So please stay where you are and I wish you the best of luck
I do not and have not lived there but have visited a couple of times so I do not know the total truth about the area but as for your statement, VERY WELL SAID, and I'm sure this will bring about negative comments also.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#26 Jan 12, 2010
rev bob wrote:
<quoted text>Liar
Why are you calling me a "Liar"?
i know

Murray, KY

#27 Jan 12, 2010
Laughing at you wrote:
Based on the posts read from those that do not live here or no longer live here, I can only say that Paris thankful for your absence and we do not miss you. It is very likely you had nothing meaningful to contribute to this town, the region and likley not your self or family. So please stay where you are and I wish you the best of luck
You are a stupid person.
jeff

United States

#29 Jan 12, 2010
Laughing at you wrote:
Based on the posts read from those that do not live here or no longer live here, I can only say that Paris thankful for your absence and we do not miss you. It is very likely you had nothing meaningful to contribute to this town, the region and likley not your self or family. So please stay where you are and I wish you the best of luck
you must be the top crack dealer
paris landing Buchanan

Wingo, KY

#30 Jan 14, 2010
Good to see the loseres are moving out of Paris, leaves us good people to enjoy life a little better!
omg

Chatsworth, GA

#31 Jan 14, 2010
If you don't like it... move... simple as that.

Adrain Devine

“My life in simple words”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#32 Nov 29, 2011
ariving friday.....

......aller bien placidement entre votre compagnon de voyage.
Just my thought

United States

#33 Nov 30, 2011
i know wrote:
Paris TN sucks and the majority of people who live there suck too...so glad i finally got to move out of the shitty dead town.
Glad you moved... hope you never come back. Where ever you live... so sad for that town.
The Hunter

Saint Charles, IL

#34 May 5, 2016
I was thinking about retiring in Paris, but after reading some of these comments, I'm having second thoughts.
why not

Paris, TN

#35 May 5, 2016
The Hunter wrote:
I was thinking about retiring in Paris, but after reading some of these comments, I'm having second thoughts.
Paris is not Paris, France, but Paris is a good town... I would overlook these comments. If you are considering a move after retirement I would drive down and look around... never just move to somewhere without first looking. Any town is only as good or bad as you make it.
Gone fishing

Paris, TN

#36 May 5, 2016
The Hunter wrote:
I was thinking about retiring in Paris, but after reading some of these comments, I'm having second thoughts.
I retired here and I love it. No tax on pension or social security in TN. Cost of living low. If you enjoy a quiet, rural life, it's perfect.

Since: Oct 15

Livingston, TX

#37 May 5, 2016
The Hunter wrote:
I was thinking about retiring in Paris, but after reading some of these comments, I'm having second thoughts.
Retire to the country: it's quiet/peaceful. As long as you don't get involved in people's drama, Paris is a nice place to live. The only people who say negative things about the town, are those involved in drama & crime. If you're able, vacation the summer here, to form your own opinion. You can't take Topix seriously: it's a gossip site.
Patriot

United States

#38 May 20, 2016
Paris France lives by freedom of expresion and obes believe to be left alone!! This wannabe ripoff believes in pushing ones believes onto unwilling citizens by police force or by shaming. This town should change its name to Nuremburg.

Since: Oct 15

Cabot, AR

#39 May 22, 2016
Patriot wrote:
Paris France lives by freedom of expresion and obes believe to be left alone!! This wannabe ripoff believes in pushing ones believes onto unwilling citizens by police force or by shaming. This town should change its name to Nuremburg.
Please state that again: this time, using spell check. I don't think most of us understood a few words, which lost the full meaning of your message. Thank you.
For your infermation

United States

#40 May 22, 2016
reply01 wrote:
<quoted text>

Please state that again: this time, using spell check. I don't think most of us understood a few words, which lost the full meaning of your message. Thank you.
Who uses spell check on topix?? Really? I can read it just fine maybe u should learn how to read better or u are one of the ppl getting mad about what was said because u act like one if the ppl there talking about in the peace of crap bible belt town pushhh......

Since: Oct 15

Jacksonville, AR

#41 May 22, 2016
For your infermation wrote:
<quoted text>

Who uses spell check on topix?? Really? I can read it just fine maybe u should learn how to read better or u are one of the ppl getting mad about what was said because u act like one if the ppl there talking about in the peace of crap bible belt town pushhh......
I can read proper English just fine, thank you. I don't see a reason to get mad, when a person can't understand non-existant wording. I'm not a bible-thumper, if that's what you're trying to elude to. Obviously, it doesn't take much to set you off.
For your infermation

United States

#42 May 23, 2016
reply01 wrote:
<quoted text>

I can read proper English just fine, thank you. I don't see a reason to get mad, when a person can't understand non-existant wording. I'm not a bible-thumper, if that's what you're trying to elude to. Obviously, it doesn't take much to set you off.
No one Is mad u must not know anything about history or didn't finish school or never went. There is no reason for ur comments ur acting like a child wanting to argue over spilt milk...

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