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    Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Hey WE beat CINCY!!! Whohoo!!!














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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Top 20 is something to be proud of
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    El Paso is number 2.

    On the safest cities list of over 500,000

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Yessss!! Cleveland rocks!! :thumbdown
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Columbus on the list as well

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Perhaps I should stay in for lunch today due to the "danger" out there?!?! Uh, umm, err... nope.

    Mostly druggies killin' druggies. Or jilted lovers killing the one they cannot live without. Etc, etc, etc. And as most know, there are certain areas that you do not venture into at certain times.
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Quote Originally Posted by Super_Barry11
    Yessss!! Cleveland rocks!! :thumbdown
    Apparently, the area in and around Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday afternoons drives that number up. What's the quote from Obi Wan Kenobi? "You'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villiany..."

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee
    Apparently, the area in and around Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday afternoons drives that number up. What's the quote from Obi Wan Kenobi? "You'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villiany..."
    You're dawg-in 'em!! I hear it is less dangerous since they got rid of the "glass" bottles by the lake.
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    How sad is it when you see Gary at number 9 and think that they have started to clean that place up.

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    8th safest city of 500,000 or more. Woo Hoo!

    Guess you Ohioans should move to Parma.

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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    I go into Camden, New Jersey a couple times a week for volunteer hours for the Riversharks (minor league team). Honestly, I can't tell you how I'm still alive to tell you this. Prostitutes, drug addicts, and gang members walk the streets. It's as if "Sin City" was a movie made to describe Camden.
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    Quote Originally Posted by Unassisted
    Guess you Ohioans should move to Parma.
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    I've always thought that among the cities I've visited recently, San Jose felt the most liveable. About made me think "this would be a nice place to live". (Well except for Mariposa, and all I had to do to disabuse myself of that thought was to think about winter.) It comes in at number one on the 500,000+ list. Also nice to see Louisville up there.

    On the other hand, I've spent an awful lot of time in cities on the lower end of the list, such as Nashville.
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    Re: Most dangerous cities: Dayton ranks #17, Cincinnati #20

    I've always thought that among the cities I've visited recently, San Jose felt the most liveable.
    San Jose doesn't exist, it's essentially the downtown area surrounded by numerous other communities that house all the workers in downtown San Jose, at night it's a sleppy place compared to the daytime.

    That said, I would live anywhere but San Jose in the valley, it sits below the bay, gets hotter and rides the plain at the foot of the Santa Cruz Mountains and holds the collective pollution in it's air most of the time.


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