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Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?

 
Ongarou
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01/26/2013 07:51 PM
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Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
I've been applying to some jobs recently. Found a few out in Denver. Anyone out that direction got anything to say about Denver as a whole?
Epicbiscuit

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01/26/2013 07:58 PM

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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Castle rock, lone tree and Parker are VERY VERY nice. I grew up in parker, very family friendly town with any store you could want. castle rock is like 45 min from downtown, parker and lonetree are about 15-20 min. Parker would be the best of those choices, all are still nice. just stay out of aurora, all of it is a shit hole.
Evil_Twin

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01/26/2013 08:01 PM

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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
The suburbs are nice, especially West and South of Denver.

Denver proper and Aurora are sorta overrun with the libtard inner city types.
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Anonymous Coward
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01/26/2013 08:02 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Bunch of damned donkeys
Anonymous Coward
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01/26/2013 08:02 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Yes.

Lots of underground bunkers, bellow the International airport.

When the shit hits the fan, it's the place to be...

Well, not sure if they will allow you to enter the underground bunkers...
Anonymous Coward
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01/26/2013 08:02 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Stay out of the cities bud. Colorado sucks horse cock.
Juliebean

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01/26/2013 08:32 PM

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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
I got stuck in traffic near Denver several miles into where the road levels out after coming down the mountain. I was almost at a dead stop for 45 minutes and I felt like I was in 'the hood'. I did not enjoy passing thru the Denver area.

I hear the some of the areas surrounding Denver are VERY nice though.
strgzr

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01/26/2013 08:40 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
I grew up in Ft. Collins, 60 miles north of Denver. I liked going there, then I lived there for a few years. It's a good place to visit, if you don't have a lot of money, it's not that good of a place to stay.

If you choose to work there live outside the metro area.
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01/26/2013 08:42 PM

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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Bunch of damned donkeys
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strgzr

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01/26/2013 08:46 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Stay out of the cities bud. Colorado sucks horse cock.
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Colorado is nice, and you are an idiot.
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01/26/2013 08:59 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
Yes I live in Colorado , 80 miles east of Denver , it is beautifull! Go snowboarding ride dirt bikes have fun homeie
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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01/26/2013 11:31 PM
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Re: Denver Colorado, a nice place to live?
great! thanks for the feedback guys. i really appreciate it. I'm not really into living in the city, but a job's a job right?

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