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(Omaha World Herald)   According to Kiplinger's, the best city in which to raise children is... Omaha. Wait - Nebraska?   ( divider line
    More: Unlikely, Kiplingers, Omaha, Richland  
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2012-05-30 05:12:36 PM  

vonzales: Beretta3000: Omaha? Really?

/lives in Lincoln
//I avoid Omaha cuz I don't wanna get shot

Imagaine my whitey surprise reading this about Omaha while sitting in Houston.

Get shot? By whom? Somebody that mssed a steer?

Ignore them. People from Lincoln are a bunch of pussies that wet themselves if they have to drive through Omaha.
2012-05-30 05:17:18 PM  

geekbikerskum: Growing up 20 miles from New York City and having parents who would take me into the city at the drop of a hat if there was something interesting going on, or just for the hell of it, was one of the best experiences I could have had as a kid. You won't get that in Omaha.

Thank God.
2012-05-30 07:02:43 PM  
FYI: Warren Buffet does have a home here(his first one), he
doesn't live in it. He has an estate in California where he
hangs his hat.
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