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New Yorkers Abandon Ship in Mad Dash for Exits   The Newsy You: News of Today

Started Aug-12 by $1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S); 247 views.

From: kizmet1


The whole state or just the city?

The city. Many New Yorkers are moving to places not too far away, because they still aren't aware that nearby suburbia is also a big risk in case of nuclear attack and pandemic, bio-terrorism, and of course the $20 a gallon gasoline that will be imposed under President Biden and a (D) Senate from taxes and prohibition on fracking.

Of course we in west Texas may be dependent on welfare when all our job opportunities vanish again like happened from 1982 through the early 1990s. It will be like what happened in coal country under a previous administration where a lot of people suddenly had no livelihood.

They'll relocate out here and consistently vote for the same stuff that sank their home city.


From: kizmet1


You think many of the people living in upstate NY will suffer?

If there is heavy gentrification, yes.

Because that drives up the cost of living for those who weren't making $15,000 a month or more.


From: kizmet1


Only $15,000? Those poor people. How they must suffer?

Yeah, they must suffer a lot. Only able to have a cleaning maid come in every Sunday, and only afford a Beamer while their richer friends have a Rolls-Royce or a Lamborghini. And they can only send their kids to the cheap private school or the Catholic parochial school instead of the Ivy League prep school.


Yeah, the "Karens" are despondent that they can't go shopping in the luxury shops on the way to their 3rd week long vacation in the Hamptons.

Unfortunately some of them have metastasized into Texas.

But a lot of the others are still in New York and surrounds, terrorizing the low-paid retail clerks and waitstaff, etc. that still have jobs.