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August 21, 2006

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Zach

It's an interesting article.

Just curious - you mention at the top of the post that your experience is different than the article describes. Which parts of the article are you referring to (home prices, or having to drive everywhere, etc)?

John Michlig

I should have been more clear - I meant that in speaking to people who live waaaay out and need to drive fairly long distances to work and even to get groceries, $3 gas has not shaken their resolve. They have no plans to consider moving, and, in one case, they still protest a grocery store that plans to build within two miles!

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