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(Some Guy)   Dayton, Ohio is the city with the happiest workers in America. Evidently because work is, in fact, the happiest thing to do in Dayton   (careerbliss.com) divider line 85
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2013-01-12 06:51:56 AM
Something else good related to the city of my birth and youth. Shocking.
 
exi
2013-01-12 08:47:02 AM
I guess the folks in Boulder are unhappy because there are so many fun things to do around there and they are stuck at work.
 
2013-01-12 09:08:32 AM
What about trying to find a bulb?
 
2013-01-12 09:11:40 AM
I like that Cleveland is on the least happy list and Cincinnati is to low to mention.
 
2013-01-12 09:13:21 AM
I...I...don't understand this at all! I moved here from Pittsburgh for a job over a year ago, and I think this place is horrible. It is full of crazy religious right wing nutters who feel it their duty to tell me AT WORK that I am living in sin. Seriously. Another coworker was accosted by her boss on a business trip and told that she was also living in sin and that she had better get married ASAP and start going to church or that she was going to hell. I can't even imagine what it is like for my gay friends who work here, as I constantly overhear all sorts of bigoted remarks.

And it is incredibly boring here. The only decent museum is the Air Force Museum, which admittedly, is pretty awesome. Other than that, my boyfriend and I have found that the only thing to do is go to a nice restaurant every couple weeks. There's the occasional seasonal things to do like ice skating by the river or kayaking, but there is no life or character to this "city." I lived in Pittsburgh for some time and that was getting old, but at least they had decent ethnic food and some vibrancy as a city.

My theory on this "Dayton is the happiest place to work" ranking, is that people who work here, from the most part, are from the area. I work in a building of several thousand people, and have only found a handful who aren't from here. They all hate it, and after a few years, these people leave. So the people polled are the dead-eyed slack-jawed idiot types who were born here and will die here and know absolutely nothing else.

End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.
 
2013-01-12 09:15:53 AM
We spent 6 years in Europe, and now have spent one year here. From what I've seen, the workers in Dayton are so happy, because they have jobs. seriously. This place is a shell of what it once was.

/Beavercreek is our hometown
//yeah yeah yuck it up
 
2013-01-12 09:18:31 AM

Seussie: We spent 6 years in Europe, and now have spent one year here. From what I've seen, the workers in Dayton are so happy, because they have jobs. seriously. This place is a shell of what it once was.

/Beavercreek is our hometown
//yeah yeah yuck it up


Hello neighbor! I'm also in Beavercreek, or suburbian hell as I like to call it.
 
2013-01-12 09:18:37 AM

SurfaceTension: Something else good related to the city of my birth and youth. Shocking.


I'm sorry. The best way to improve Dayton would be a Chicago-style great fire. The place is a shiatdump.

/Lived in Dayton for a year.
//Worked in Dayton for six.
 
2013-01-12 09:18:42 AM

Konfetka: End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.


As I said above, it wasn't always this way. Too bad you couldn't have seen it 20 years ago. That's when I had to follow my husband 'round the globe for the AF. Can you believe we spent that long just TRYING to get back here?? bwuahahaha. Joke's on US!
 
2013-01-12 09:21:41 AM

Konfetka: Hello neighbor! I'm also in Beavercreek, or suburbian hell as I like to call it.


We actually live out by the "lunch box" blimp hanger. But both my husband and I grew up in the creek. Now we're looking at other places to live. Probably Florida, but his next job will decide where.

/hubby's talkin India of all places.
//he's mentally unstable lol
 
2013-01-12 09:28:11 AM

Seussie: Konfetka: Hello neighbor! I'm also in Beavercreek, or suburbian hell as I like to call it.

We actually live out by the "lunch box" blimp hanger. But both my husband and I grew up in the creek. Now we're looking at other places to live. Probably Florida, but his next job will decide where.

/hubby's talkin India of all places.
//he's mentally unstable lol


It's awesome that you've lived so many places. Many people I meet here express no desire to go anywhere else. I haven't lived in many places (went to school in Pittsburgh) but those places that I did live--Washington DC, Santa Barbara, CA, and Moscow--were fun and exciting. When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.
 
2013-01-12 09:30:08 AM
...Just a reminder, the USAF Museum is the most farking awesome place on the planet. That alone is a reason to be happy in Dayton.

And sadly, as much as I love my hometown, I can understand why Cleveland workers are unhappy. I mean, my God....nine months of winter and three months of bad skiing....
 
2013-01-12 09:30:42 AM
They're tough on the Commies, too. Just ask Les Nessman.
 
2013-01-12 09:31:27 AM
Everyone quite complaining. Except you poor bastards in Moraine. That place is farked.
 
2013-01-12 09:32:46 AM

Konfetka: Seussie: We spent 6 years in Europe, and now have spent one year here. From what I've seen, the workers in Dayton are so happy, because they have jobs. seriously. This place is a shell of what it once was.

/Beavercreek is our hometown
//yeah yeah yuck it up

Hello neighbor! I'm also in Beavercreek, or suburbian hell as I like to call it.


I'm also in Beavercreek!
 
2013-01-12 09:38:03 AM

Konfetka: I...I...don't understand this at all! I moved here from Pittsburgh for a job over a year ago, and I think this place is horrible. It is full of crazy religious right wing nutters who feel it their duty to tell me AT WORK that I am living in sin. Seriously. Another coworker was accosted by her boss on a business trip and told that she was also living in sin and that she had better get married ASAP and start going to church or that she was going to hell. I can't even imagine what it is like for my gay friends who work here, as I constantly overhear all sorts of bigoted remarks.

And it is incredibly boring here. The only decent museum is the Air Force Museum, which admittedly, is pretty awesome. Other than that, my boyfriend and I have found that the only thing to do is go to a nice restaurant every couple weeks. There's the occasional seasonal things to do like ice skating by the river or kayaking, but there is no life or character to this "city." I lived in Pittsburgh for some time and that was getting old, but at least they had decent ethnic food and some vibrancy as a city.

My theory on this "Dayton is the happiest place to work" ranking, is that people who work here, from the most part, are from the area. I work in a building of several thousand people, and have only found a handful who aren't from here. They all hate it, and after a few years, these people leave. So the people polled are the dead-eyed slack-jawed idiot types who were born here and will die here and know absolutely nothing else.

End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.


All joking aside Cincinnati is a lot better than Dayton. The people are still weapons grade stupid but not as lordy.
 
2013-01-12 09:39:16 AM

Crakerasscracker: Everyone quite complaining. Except you poor bastards in Moraine. That place is farked.


Try Lima.
 
2013-01-12 09:41:09 AM

Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.


We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.
 
2013-01-12 09:41:22 AM
unclejackrules.com

Dayton: "At least we're not Cleveland."
 
2013-01-12 09:42:14 AM

Crakerasscracker: Everyone quite complaining. Except you poor bastards in Moraine. That place is farked.


Don't forget Wilmington. The entire town existed to service the airpark there.

/Used to work there.
//The place is a farking ghost town since DHL pulled out.
 
2013-01-12 09:42:37 AM

Evil Mackerel: Crakerasscracker: Everyone quite complaining. Except you poor bastards in Moraine. That place is farked.

Try Lima.


You make a convincing argument.
 
2013-01-12 09:44:33 AM
Oh, and have any of you actually looked at Boehner's district lines?? wtf, Gerrymandering doesn't even begin to describe it! I'm tempted to move to Huber, just to help vote his arse to the curb
 
2013-01-12 09:44:36 AM

exi: I guess the folks in Boulder are unhappy because there are so many fun things to do around there and they are stuck at work.


What exactly can someone do in Boulder that they can't do....pretty much anywhere else?
 
2013-01-12 09:46:06 AM

Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.


Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.
 
2013-01-12 09:51:31 AM

RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.


Meijer is like a slightly better SuperWalmart. Kroger has things like prosciutto, risotto rice, olives, and other things I deem a necessity to have in the apartment. Meijer's produce is horrible and there is never any guarantee they will actually have it. We go to Meijer for daily things, but head to Kroger for dinners that require things other than very basic ingredients.
 
2013-01-12 09:52:21 AM

RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.


Also, we hit up Jungle Jim's about once a month because it is AMAZING.
 
2013-01-12 09:53:58 AM
"St. Lois, MO" made the list... if they made up a city that doesn't exsist what else did they make up for this study?
 
2013-01-12 09:54:27 AM

Konfetka: RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.

Also, we hit up Jungle Jim's about once a month because it is AMAZING.


The fairfield store is better thank the new one.
 
2013-01-12 09:56:35 AM

Evil Mackerel: Konfetka: RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.

Also, we hit up Jungle Jim's about once a month because it is AMAZING.

The fairfield store is better than the new one.


FTFM -more coffee is needed.
 
2013-01-12 09:57:23 AM

Evil Mackerel: Konfetka: RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.

Also, we hit up Jungle Jim's about once a month because it is AMAZING.

The fairfield store is better thank the new one.


oh yeah...thats the one I was referring to, not the Dayton Yellow Springs one. I get confused about boundary lines here.
 
2013-01-12 10:00:56 AM
TO echo what other people hav said: Workers in Dayton are the happiest because they're thrilled to be employed. If you have a job, Dayton is just a boring rust belt city long past it's prime. If don't have a job, it's a REALLY boring rust belt city, long past it's prime and ready for ground zero of a nuclear strike. That said, I am employeed her, and my job is freakin' awesome.

/Walnut Hills area
//Dayton really is kind of a dump
 
2013-01-12 10:03:57 AM

Konfetka: I...I...don't understand this at all! I moved here from Pittsburgh for a job over a year ago, and I think this place is horrible. It is full of crazy religious right wing nutters who feel it their duty to tell me AT WORK that I am living in sin. Seriously. Another coworker was accosted by her boss on a business trip and told that she was also living in sin and that she had better get married ASAP and start going to church or that she was going to hell. I can't even imagine what it is like for my gay friends who work here, as I constantly overhear all sorts of bigoted remarks.

And it is incredibly boring here. The only decent museum is the Air Force Museum, which admittedly, is pretty awesome. Other than that, my boyfriend and I have found that the only thing to do is go to a nice restaurant every couple weeks. There's the occasional seasonal things to do like ice skating by the river or kayaking, but there is no life or character to this "city." I lived in Pittsburgh for some time and that was getting old, but at least they had decent ethnic food and some vibrancy as a city.

My theory on this "Dayton is the happiest place to work" ranking, is that people who work here, from the most part, are from the area. I work in a building of several thousand people, and have only found a handful who aren't from here. They all hate it, and after a few years, these people leave. So the people polled are the dead-eyed slack-jawed idiot types who were born here and will die here and know absolutely nothing else.

End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.


So leave. You really won't insult anyone. We as so happy working, we'd like you to be happy too.
 
2013-01-12 10:05:04 AM

Konfetka: RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.

Meijer is like a slightly better SuperWalmart. Kroger has things like prosciutto, risotto rice, olives, and other things I deem a necessity to have in the apartment. Meijer's produce is horrible and there is never any guarantee they will actually have it. We go to Meijer for daily things, but head to Kroger for dinners that require things other than very basic ingredients.


Meh, fair enough, i suppose. The only cooking I do mainly involves ground beef, so I don't need fancy-shmansy ingredients.

/I make Shepherd's pie, tacos, and chile.
//Other than that, my diet is largely frozen and delivery pizza, and fast food.
 
2013-01-12 10:08:49 AM

Evil Mackerel: The fairfield store is better than the new one.


I have to agree, just a pita to get to from here often. Kroger has always had the most consistently fresh, available, and varied produce section I have ever lived near. Yes, that includes the farmers markets in England as well. (leeks? wtf do i want 2 kilos of leeks??)

Ok, the peaches in Georgia were awesome, from a place called Lane's orchard. Otoh, I've actually found Lane's peaches at Krogers, in season. Just yummy!
 
2013-01-12 10:16:19 AM

RINO: Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.


Also wanted to add, when I was in England, I would have killed to just have a Walmart. While I think there's too many choices over here sometimes, tofu yogurt, greek yogurt, do you want thai peanut ramen or general zoa's ramen? it gets kind of crazy. But over there, not happening. Though it is changing slowly. But even in Dayton, I am thrilled to go to the grocers and not spend 200 quid just to eat for the week.
 
2013-01-12 10:20:18 AM
hooray me !!!
 
2013-01-12 10:22:47 AM
Who wouldn't want to stay for the horseshoes?
 
2013-01-12 10:30:39 AM

Konfetka: I...I...don't understand this at all! I moved here from Pittsburgh for a job over a year ago, and I think this place is horrible. It is full of crazy religious right wing nutters who feel it their duty to tell me AT WORK that I am living in sin. Seriously. Another coworker was accosted by her boss on a business trip and told that she was also living in sin and that she had better get married ASAP and start going to church or that she was going to hell. I can't even imagine what it is like for my gay friends who work here, as I constantly overhear all sorts of bigoted remarks.

And it is incredibly boring here. The only decent museum is the Air Force Museum, which admittedly, is pretty awesome. Other than that, my boyfriend and I have found that the only thing to do is go to a nice restaurant every couple weeks. There's the occasional seasonal things to do like ice skating by the river or kayaking, but there is no life or character to this "city." I lived in Pittsburgh for some time and that was getting old, but at least they had decent ethnic food and some vibrancy as a city.

My theory on this "Dayton is the happiest place to work" ranking, is that people who work here, from the most part, are from the area. I work in a building of several thousand people, and have only found a handful who aren't from here. They all hate it, and after a few years, these people leave. So the people polled are the dead-eyed slack-jawed idiot types who were born here and will die here and know absolutely nothing else.

End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.


So you work for Reed Elsevier?
 
2013-01-12 10:34:38 AM

RINO: SurfaceTension: Something else good related to the city of my birth and youth. Shocking.

I'm sorry. The best way to improve Dayton would be a Chicago-style great fire. The place is a shiatdump.

/Lived in Dayton for a year.
//Worked in Dayton for six.


Well, there was a great flood back in the 1900's....Allegedly why Fairfield and Osborn died out. Maybe break the levees and try again?
 
2013-01-12 10:37:45 AM

gangrel_pri: RINO: SurfaceTension: Something else good related to the city of my birth and youth. Shocking.

I'm sorry. The best way to improve Dayton would be a Chicago-style great fire. The place is a shiatdump.

/Lived in Dayton for a year.
//Worked in Dayton for six.

Well, there was a great flood back in the 1900's....Allegedly why Fairfield and Osborn died out. Maybe break the levees and try again?


I don't worry about floods , I keep my kayak in the living room.
 
2013-01-12 10:44:11 AM
wife and I went to a pretty rockin swinger party in dayton over NYE(last year, couldn't make it this year) The huge amount of teabilly and Xtian billboards on the way in is alarming.
 
2013-01-12 10:45:17 AM
 
2013-01-12 10:47:16 AM
Dayton has Old Hickory Ribs (UD ghetto) and Christy's Pizza (Vandalia). If it weren't for those, I wouldn't have been through there in decades.
 
2013-01-12 10:53:15 AM
Paging Dynascape to thread 7531768.


Evil Mackerel: Crakerasscracker: Everyone quite complaining. Except you poor bastards in Moraine. That place is farked.

Try Lima.


I'd rather live in Lima than Dayton. That being said, I hate living in Lima, but would love to live about 10 min outside of.
 
2013-01-12 10:53:54 AM

Konfetka: I...I...don't understand this at all! I moved here from Pittsburgh for a job over a year ago, and I think this place is horrible. It is full of crazy religious right wing nutters who feel it their duty to tell me AT WORK that I am living in sin. Seriously. Another coworker was accosted by her boss on a business trip and told that she was also living in sin and that she had better get married ASAP and start going to church or that she was going to hell. I can't even imagine what it is like for my gay friends who work here, as I constantly overhear all sorts of bigoted remarks.

And it is incredibly boring here. The only decent museum is the Air Force Museum, which admittedly, is pretty awesome. Other than that, my boyfriend and I have found that the only thing to do is go to a nice restaurant every couple weeks. There's the occasional seasonal things to do like ice skating by the river or kayaking, but there is no life or character to this "city." I lived in Pittsburgh for some time and that was getting old, but at least they had decent ethnic food and some vibrancy as a city.

My theory on this "Dayton is the happiest place to work" ranking, is that people who work here, from the most part, are from the area. I work in a building of several thousand people, and have only found a handful who aren't from here. They all hate it, and after a few years, these people leave. So the people polled are the dead-eyed slack-jawed idiot types who were born here and will die here and know absolutely nothing else.

End of rant. Sorry...I am pretty passionate about how much I hate this place.


Try the South Park Tavern on Wayne Avenue sometime. It has good beer and pizza and interesting and friendly locals.
 
2013-01-12 10:56:04 AM

Fark_Guy_Rob: exi: I guess the folks in Boulder are unhappy because there are so many fun things to do around there and they are stuck at work.

What exactly can someone do in Boulder that they can't do....pretty much anywhere else?


Spoken like someone that has never been to Dayton.
 
2013-01-12 10:56:20 AM
Toledo is pretty nice.
 
2013-01-12 11:04:29 AM
Come to St. Lois, Mo.

The only thing missing...is "u".
 
2013-01-12 11:04:41 AM

Konfetka: RINO: Seussie: Konfetka: When I talk about them, people at work just ask why I would ever live there, like Dayton is the be all end all. I can't get over it. The midwest creeps me out.

We wound up here because my parents aren't doing well, dad's in a nursing home now. But after the excitement of being back stateside wore off, I asked myself what I like about this area? And the answers were Target, and Kroger and steakhouses, heck, even golden corral! And then I realized, I can get those almost anywhere in the lower 48. So aside from family, I have no reason to stay here. And we most likely won't.

And to think, Dad moved from Altoona, Mom from Kentucky, both to find work here, met and married. I owe Dayton my existence. Yet it's totally changed now, and not for the better.

Why Kroger? With certain exceptions, Meijer carries a wider variety of products and charges less for them. I haven't been into the Beavercreek Kroger since they supersized it, though.

Also, we hit up Jungle Jim's about once a month because it is AMAZING.


Jungle Jim's ROCKS! Although I can't go when I'm hungry I spend way too much money! Heck I spend way too much money there even when not hungry.
BTW...Dayton sucks. But it's cheaper to fly out of there than Cincy.
 
2013-01-12 11:07:46 AM
I was in Dayton a few months ago for work. I stayed downtown and all I could think of was "wow, this place looks like a post WWII Poland". Buildings are all rickety and broken down, everyone looks depressed. It was awful.
 
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