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Atlanta is the worst place on earth. If you are driving on the road late at night or early in the morning and you see someone laying in the road, don't stop. Hell just run them over because if you get out of your car they are going to kill you are steal your freaking car anyway.
Bro for school districts you will want to live near Marietta or Kennesaw that was my # 1 consideration and there is no greater education gift that you can give. If you are going into management as you say set your hours as 7 to 4 and living on the perimeter will be fine cuz you will beat traffic. The person who said Sandy Springs is on the right track. That seems to be family friendly. Vinings is the yuppie singles scene where you pay alot for just a little space. Just my honest opinion.
This post was edited by Rolln Rooster 3 years ago
RubberBandCock said... (original post) you will beat traffic.
RubberBandCock said... (original post)
you will beat traffic.
Yeah right. Good luck with that.
We really liked living in Decatur. It is indeed pricey though. My wife's company paid for our place, so that wasn't a concern; I just knew that it was really pretty, not too crowded, plenty of stuff to do, nice places to eat and the schools were great.
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