Maybe you're old and weighed down by historic baggage, so that approach makes sense to you. Maybe you fled the city 30 years ago, or were left behind. Maybe you feel left out, or encroached upon, but you know what? None of that old news makes a bit of difference to anyone my age. We just want a nice place to enjoy our families, have great local art and music and culture and food, and make a lot of money, so we can start foundations, and buy works from local artists, and eat local produce. And to go to the zoo. Why is that so tough to understand? At what point does the bickering end? When nothing's left to fight over? Somebody please explain to me how this is going to get better.
I checked realtor.com to see if there was any way we could go back to San Francisco, and maybe we could afford this. A 520 square foot studo in the Tenderloin sounds like the perfect place to raise a toddler. Here's where I would really like to live, but there's a sale pending. We're stuck together, Detroit, maybe we can make the best of it? I'll be waiting to hear from you.