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penelopetaynt January 13 2021, 19:02:32 UTC
he still remains trash

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filmstudent23 January 13 2021, 19:06:23 UTC
Escandaloooo!

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marywebgirl January 13 2021, 19:06:26 UTC
Like they don’t have a pool house/guesthouse/wing where he could isolate.

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purrple_267 January 13 2021, 19:07:23 UTC
I'm an EU citizen, so Spain would be the easiest. But I'd pick NY, if I had tons of $$$$$$. I haven't been to Boston, is it worth seeing as a tourist?

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juunanagou18 January 13 2021, 19:25:03 UTC
honestly, boston is cute as shit. very walkable, clean, and green. the people are insular, but not mean. i moved away about a month ago, so i speak from experience in that it was a major draw for EU tourists because...it's basically western europe with an USian accent (and it's fairly cheap to fly to).

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frejasface January 13 2021, 19:30:43 UTC
god, I wish Boston were less expensive

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juunanagou18 January 13 2021, 19:48:01 UTC
idk when or if ever the bubble will burst for boston or if it will just shift back and forth to the outskirts like it is right now with covid. i know folks my age who moved onto chelsea, framingham (which is so pricey near the CR wtf), and plymouth to get away from having roommates. boston is throwing up apts *now* but it's just not enough to make up for the willful neglect of decades of housing policy. and then the affordable housing requirements don't help as well! i tried entering a housing lottery for a studio and was turned down because i didn't make exactly 70 or 100% AMI. i was in between...like most 20 and 30-somethings. the fact that i could actually afford the apt didn't matter.

sorry, i just still have a lot feelings about...a lot of boston/MA's policy decisions. the wound is too fresh

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richyrich909 January 13 2021, 19:08:09 UTC
¡QUE LASTIMA!

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