Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by mannyz, Mar 13, 2019.
I do too, but not enough to call it home.
I'll fill admit. I'm not "normal" in terms of where I want to live. Don't give a shit about square footage or acreage, which draws a lot of people to the South and Southwest.
Where Does Philadelphia Rank Among America’s Best Big Cities To Live In?
To each their own
As long as they didn't steal your grandmother off the roof...
$400,000 house will also get you about $4000 a year in property taxes. Philly and NJ have HUGE property taxes. Blue Bell is nice.
You ever live in Philly?
Phoenix is one big strip mall.
There are tons of ethnic restaurants that you just don’t get in Phoenix. Because of the huge diversity of people in Philly you get all kinds of small family owned restaurants. Miss that big time about Philly.
Like a lot of things about Phoenix but the food sucks. Obviously there are great restaurants but 95% of them are corporate venues while Philly has many many MANY more family owned ethnic restaurants. What I’d do for a Jewish deli and a corned beef special or a whitefish bagel.
What part of Phoenix are you in?
Phoenix has much better food than Philly. And there are much better looking strippers.
That never happened but we did drag our dog behind the car for almost 20 miles. I don't know how long he kept up. I doubt he got that far as he was overweight and had short legs.
I feel like I'm Toby trying to explain to Mike they're just kidding with you. You know how this works, right?
You're the worst Toby
you can say that, but then you have to rethink some fan theories, is Toby the real scranton strangler?
i would also not be opposed to developing a vehicle for Paul Lieberstein to be involved in a slasher, in what capacity?who knows.
Damn, of course, how did I mess that up
I have been to Philly 20+ times. I've eaten at local joints, commercial, you name it. Dalessandros, Zahav, Amadas, etc. My line of work requires a lot of travel and entertaining clients. I have a residence in Indy and Phoenix (Cave Creek). I actually don't have a big issue with the city of Philly. However, in all my travels, I have ran into more douchebags in Philly than anywhere else. LA is a close second. There is some great cuisine in Philly for sure, but there are some real gems in Phoenix.
Ever been to Famous 48 in oldtown. Phenomenal.
You want some of the best deep dish around? Check out Lou Malnatis. It puts Chicago deep dist to shame.
Twisted Grove down by the Biltmore is amazing.
Philly and Phoenix are pretty much the exact same population. Philly has a lot more history. But Phoenix is just better for several reasons. Phoenix or San Diego is where I will retire.
Philly is a place to visit. Phoenix is a place to live.
Again, where do you live?
Have you ever met Robert Kraft or Jerry Jones?
Wait.... What? Haha
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