This is the sort of thing that creates friction between my wife and I. She is from New York state, not the city. People from NYC have this sort of attitude:

“The main problem with moving to Florida is that you have to live in Florida,” said Jason Mudrick, “New York has the smartest, most driven people, the best culture, the best restaurants and the best theaters. Anyone moving to Florida to save a little money loses out on all of that.”

I express the opinion that New Yorkers are arrogant douchebags, then she gets insulted. I just get tired of the “everyone who isn’t from NYC is an ignorant, uneducated redneck” kind of attitude. Upstate people are fine, but NYC people are horrible.

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Therefore · March 10, 2021 at 11:00 pm

It never ceases to amaze me the number of people that live in NYC that can tell me all the wonderful cultural things that they have.

Who have never been to any of them outside on school trips.

Most can’t even afford to go to a dinner and a play. $200 to $2000 per ticket plus the dinner.

But they will tell me that their lives are better for living in a filthy city.

Jack · March 10, 2021 at 11:59 pm

“”” “The main problem with moving to Florida is that you have to live in Florida,” said Jason Mudrick,”””””. says Einstein

Pray, this idiot doesnt design planes, trains, automobiles or is in politics.

Mike Austin · March 11, 2021 at 5:33 am

I despise New York City and all of the “Natural Slaves”—in Aristotle’s words—who reside there. What do they produce but paper and words? New Yorkers call themselves “civilized” because they have restaurants and theater. Wow, that is impressive! How much liberty do they possess? Can they feed themselves? In reality they live like drug-addled insects. Fifty properly placed men could bring that barbarian hive to its knees in three days, after which all those “civilized” denizens of New York would begin to eat each other.

Here in Oklahoma—“fly over country” to New Yorkers—we have oil, natural gas, corn, beans, wheat, pigs, cattle—and millions of guns. If New York City vanished tomorrow no one here would give a rat’s rear end. The disappearance of that sewer would bring a great benefit to this nation.

    Therefore · March 11, 2021 at 7:34 am

    Twenty years ago the United States was attacked. It just happened that the target was in NYC. The people of these United States responded and treated the people of the city with honor and respect.

    NYC had been and continues to shit on the rest of the country. Listen to the horror stories of how the medical personal who responded to the call for help because of the Chinese flu. The came and were treated like dirt.

    There is a famous New Yorker cover that shows NYC, the Mississippi River and LA. They is how they seem to think of the US.

    Today I think of them more like the human sized rats. If something happened in NYC my most likely response would be “good start” except anytime something bad happens in NYC or some other democrat shit hole, we end up paying for it, just look at Pelosi’s Pork Project. The one with a $1,400 bribe for you and billions for, you guessed it, democrat hell holes.

    soapweed · March 13, 2021 at 7:20 pm

    My dear old dad ordered that I go across country to DC and then thusly to NYC for our small HS class trip back in the day. He said: “if you don’t go now, you’ll never see it”. Smithsonian good, DC a cesspool, but NYC we ALL commented the most impressive was all the dog bonzos piled everywhere on sidewalks on a Sunday morning, and the filthy harbor water. Pathetic lifestyle.

Nicebead · March 11, 2021 at 7:25 am

I have never understood the attraction to places like NYC, I have been there a couple of times, but I will not go back there. It reminds me of a maze full of roaches

AC47spooky · March 11, 2021 at 9:20 am

Snake Pliskin had a nice time in NYC.

    Ratus · March 11, 2021 at 9:26 am

    I thought he was dead.

      Bear Claw Chris Lapp · March 11, 2021 at 12:15 pm

      Not hardly.

Tennessee Budd · March 11, 2021 at 7:31 pm

My ship (CV 67) was scheduled to go to Tall Ships events in 1989, and I was going over to NAS Oceana for a school. My shipmates expressed their sympathy that I’d miss the port calls, along with the attendant partying. The partying would have been fun, but I told them that I’d rather be at the Banana than visit either of those shitholes.
Except for the crewmen who were natives of those cities, the stories I heard when I reported back aboard largely vindicated my sentiment. I’ve never regretted missing that.

Big Country · March 11, 2021 at 10:13 pm

Two Words Vis-a-Vis New York City:

Neutron Bomb

Here endeth the lesson

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