Hence why I said "if you're in a decent area and live close to work". And it's definitely not boring or crowded. Most major cities have dirty area and traffic problems. The summers are hot, but the rest of the year is pretty nice.
That's true, but ATL doesn't really have anything special going for it that other cities with similar issues have - e.g. NYC, DC, etc.
Tell me where the bomb is or I will kill your son.
"Responsibility without conviction is weak, but it is sane. Conviction without responsibility, in the current incarnation of the Republican Party, is raving mad."
Have you ever been through a Vermont winter? Ugh, no thanks.
Damn good point. No, I was there in June 2010 for my Master's graduation and it was fabulous. FAB-U-LOUS weather. A boss of mine used to be on the George H.W. Bush communications team, and he was telling me Kennebunkport was awesome in the summer, that of his ten trips there, the first nine were all during the summer. He said there was always a pleasant breeze, you could wear a suit and not sweat or go shorts and not get cold, just awesome. Even when it rained, it was pleasant, quaint. Then his last trip he went in January. "**** that", he said.