My friend from work asked me what its like there.
I said its like Arkansas. all over again once you go north beyond New York.
Its rural, very homogenous, the cities are very small and very few and far between.
And they're in fact even poorer than here in the South...
Its why they work for barter and can't get ahead.
And they don't even have anywhere near the help than the poor can get, here in the South...
I'm from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I lived in a row house in a working class neighborhood there.
I had Comcast cable, Verizon Telephone service, Peco Energy electricity.
I had a whole lot of food in my house...
The people up in New England don't have any of it... and a lot of them are almost starving, and they thought I lived like a king...
When my life was average for my area.
That's the realities about New England.
He said "wow".... I didn't know the north was so poor like that.
So I replied, saying...
Just not in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Fayetteville Arkansas, with about 85,000 residents is an absolute Tokyo metropolis compared to many cities in NE.
Compared to the cities in New England...
Fayetteville, Arkansas has more people than ALL but Boston and Hartford.
And a bigger economy than Hartford as well.
The people in New England are also very abnormally small and weak, they're not America's athletes like the people in the Mid Atlantic, Midwest, South and West coast.