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The people in Denver are rude, self absorbed snobs! However, I have noticed that the Denver natives are actually very friendly and polite. Upon further research, I found that the majority of the rude and snobby people are actually from other places.
I love the Denver area. There is such a variety of nature within a short distance. They have more than three hundred days of sun each year, and not much rain or snow. It's a great place for those who want to live more "green" and spiritual.
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!
There's too many suburbs and too many cops for each one -- it's a great city to get a traffic ticket. Furthermore, the people are getting dryer socially everyday. Job growth is pitiful and many companies are leaving the state. I should be next to the leave the state. Moving to another town in Colorado would be worse. Due to the economy, Denver seems like it's tilting back to having the cow town reputation it shed many years ago and it's unfortunate. And now the haves and have-nots are widening everyday here. The Texans moving here everyday is another story.
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.
Denver is one of the coolest cities I've ever lived in, although I haven't lived in many other large cities. What's awesome about it though, is its proximity to so many beautiful pristine places. There is so much to do right close to Denver -- they have some of the best mountain and road biking, skiing of course, awesome rivers for rafting and kayaking, and a bazillion trails to explore.


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