VigIIPeaBurner wrote:Funny how so many in PA drive into NJ to make a living. They either didn't leave it behind wen they moved to PA or it grew up in them in PA. As I drive to work an any hour, the a whole drivers usually have PA plates on their car. Moral: it can happen anywhere. Where there's more people the frequency of it hitting you on the head is in your favor. That would be NJ or anyplace in the NE.
When ever i have the occasion to take a driving trip west of the Mississippi, I always note that on my return east the density of buffoonish drivers increases about 50 miles into Ohio. It gets worse the further I drive east. People stop waiving their hand in a friendly hello at intersections and start using other gestures that are now more universal than when I grew up. Somehow I don't think they're pointing at the sky
People can trash talk any place down the tubes. All parts of NJ aren't like that just like all part of other states aren't always a slice of heaven. I've found a slice and it's in NJ, thank you. I live and work here. And by the way, people around here are nasty, the water tastes awful, the air stinks and you can't open carry off your property. Shhhh, stay away
I thiink Warren and Sussex Counties are nice, pretty places. I grew up in a very rural area of Tennessee, but; in the many chapters of my life I have lived all over the US. The two worst places I have ever lived by far is Chicago, where I lived for 7 brutal years. It is a horrible place unless you like to drink. In fact you have to drink to be able to stand it there. The other place is Trenton, NJ after I left Chicago I lived there for 9 months, until I could afford to get the heck out of there. That's when I came to PA and I like Pennsylvania very much. I have learned that I do not like big cities no matter where they are and the New York City Metro area is NO exception to that rule.