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I currently live in Denver and moved from the West Coast. Denver does suck -- not much to do. You really can't ski because you need to sit in hours of traffic on I-70 and most people are extremely passive aggressive to a point of being scary. Denver is like one large social clique. It's like that little town from Deliverance, but with taller buildings.
Denver is a racist city. This is coming from a person who is from Chicago. I lived in Denver for a few years and it's not a place to live or raise a family.
Something stinks in this city, and I can put my finger right on it. I've lived in a lot of places and have traveled around quite a bit. The people here are what ruined Denver for me -- if you read anything about Denver on the internet, you'll no doubt see something along the lines of, "The people here suck; they are rude, self-absorbed, and unfriendly." I came to Denver an unbiased, friendly, late twenties guy who has never had a problem meeting people or making friends. Long story short, I've been here three years and can't wait to leave.
I hate Denver and can't wait to leave -- boring city, no nightlife, weird, socially retarded people, nothing to do! I am an outgoing, friendly person and I hate this city!
Denver is fabulous if you enjoy a steep unemployment rate, relentless traffic congestion, cowtown ways, low paying jobs, outrageous housing prices, bland people, very racially divided attitudes/neighborhoods, and Anglo-dominated culture (no culture!).
I loved Denver, it was so exciting. Everything we did was fun. I recommend goind to the Lobo Bar, it's right next to where they are shooting the Real World Denver. The people were always nice to me, and I met so many cool people that were willing to help me find my way around.


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