ANSWERS: 74
  • There is a 2 to 1 cop to citizen ratio. Suprised me too.
  • The city cousel is narrow minded and short sighted.
  • transport. the bus services are not good and trains to and from there are also haphazard. This is a safe area for the present ruling State party, so little money is alotted to it.
  • I am too well known due to my family name and would prefer to have alot more privacy.
  • Well I'm going to count LaPorte as my hometown. And the answer is "There are very few people between 20 and 35 who live here."
  • Its a small city with absolutely nothing to do!
  • It's over built and there is too much traffic. They use every little piece of land here to build something. Yet, we have empty buildings rotting away nearby that could be fixed up and used. If I offered part of my driveway, I'm sure they'd build something there too. LOL
  • Canoga Park, CA --- is in the middle of the San Fernando Valley. That means it's very hot in the summer (next-door Woodland Hills hit 121 F this past summer), it's smoggy and it has been completely paved over with tract homes, shopping centers and strip malls. Other than that, it's all right....;-D...
  • Drugs. Gangs. Bad schools. Sex offenders. You know, same-old-same-old.
  • GOSSIP
  • It's so damn small. Everyone knows everyone and if anyone knows anything about you, everyone does. And it seems like everything there is to do here, you can do in a very short amount of time. Even as far as places to eat. We only have like...2 chain restaurants and the rest are local places where everyone has been to a billion times. Tourists love it, and it's beautiful and I love it, but soon as I turn 18 I will be COMPLETELY ready to roll out.
  • 1. Everyone knows everyones business and feels the need to talk about it 24/7 2. Highest meth labs per capita in USA. 3. Racism. That was 3 but they are all about equal...
  • overbuilt and too much traffic.
  • Im from Seattle WA USA and the traffic is horrid
  • I'm no longer there.
  • Bigotry thrives in small town midwest USA.
  • Mormons who think they know it all.
  • So much traffic it has lost that "hometown" feel.
  • Hewlett, Long Island, New York: Our town nickname: JEWlett(note: I did not make this nickhame up) -Property/School/General taxes are too high -Price of living is too high -Schools aren't as good as they seem -By the water which means that anyone who has allergies shouldn't live here(me) -The rich outnumber the poor(not really poor, just middle classed I guess) and often throw it in their faces -Things are too expensive(food, clothing...) -Too many kids smoking pot/getting drunk/doing drugs -Hewlett is a city where money talks-I am unheard. To sum up: Everything on Long Island(especially Hewlett) is getting too expensive.
  • I live near a country town ... not enough restaurants
  • Politicians and traffic.
  • There is too much traffic. There are too many youth with behavior problems. House prices are too high.
  • They are all still mourning my loss
  • highest rape count in the world, most harsh crimes committed, and not enough money to fund the cops!
  • The winters are WAY too long.
  • not enough supermarkets.
  • The level of crime. It deters visitors which is a shame as it is a beautiful city with a lot of history to it.
  • My hometown has the most inept politicians. We have been fined over $100,000 every year for the past 12 years, at least, because the city council couldn't decide where to put a new sewer treatment plant. They have spent tens of thousands trying to un-do a decision by a former mayor to consolidate the sheriff's office and the city police. The consolidation was studied, agreed on, and funded; but after it was implemented, the "good old boys" who had their hands in the pockets of the city police found that the sheriff's pockets were not so easy to get into. This is the same sherif who was so popular that he was virtually unopposed in his last race. Now he is suddenly a pariah. It's embarrassing to sat the least. New Iberia's politics is something to see. If not for the back-stabbing, in-fighting of it's council members it would be an almost ideal place to live.
  • No public transportation is available so everyone has to drive to work.
  • The worst thing about my home town well it depends on where i was born (CHICAGO) or where i lived the longest (YOUNGSTOWN-OHIO) well chicago is dirty and believe it or not youngstown on the north side was more worst
  • every one knows me by my old reputation and doesnt beleive that i have truly changed
  • The people - pikeys are jippos and chavs and all sorts of bloody irritating individuals.
  • In many ways, the divide between ethnic groups still reflects the 1960's south.
  • There are quite a few things competing for the title of "Worst" here in Pasadena Texas. -The violent roving street gangs. -The pollution from all the oil refineries and traffic. -You can't get anywhere in this city unless you have a car, because the public transport is terrible and the raods are *Not* bicycle friendly. -Any form of "Art" or "Culture" in the city is very low brow and pseudo-intellectual. -The economy and job market are at all time lows because of the massive influx of cheap labor coming in from South of the border. -The general attitude of the populus seems to be one of immaturity and closed-minded masculinity. And quite a few other things, it's an abysmal litte city, really.
  • Its a mecca for the homeless
  • its to small in many ways
  • The worst thing about my hometown? Well, everyone thinks that we're all rednecks which is just not the case. I mean sure, there will be an occasional hillbilly but most of us are very civilized.
  • everyone knows everybody and everyone knows everybodies business!
  • no football team 5th worst crime city
  • It's existence. It's youth a close second:p
  • Many people living in extreme poverty.
  • The yobs
  • I live in Largo, Fl. Itgets abysmally hot and sticky - it's like a rainforest in the summer. But, the worst thing actually is those "damn-bulances" blaring their horns at all hours. It's very annoying.
  • Let's see. The racism, the corrupt city council, the total lack of care for anything other then the football team, the drugs, sex and alcholo among the kids, the attitude of the kids, the building on every strip of bare land, the polution of the water supply by the Latex plant, and I could go on and on. Basicly your typical small midwestern town in Ohio, the Heart of it All.
  • Well my new hometown is Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. What's wrong with it? No decent theater. It's mostly cement. I don't know the names of the trees. When people come to Florida they check their brains somewhere else. The restuarant scene leaves much to be desired. Almost none of the good foriegn movies come here. The produce is second quality even in Whole Paycheck. What's good about it? Well, I do live in a great apartment on the beach. The library system is excellent. The meat can be okay, but I've had better. Yes, we did find a very good fish monger. And yes, there is one very good French Bakery that could make it in NYC. My wife loves the weather (even if she prays during hurricanes.) Why don't i go back to Manhattan? I can't afford it.
  • It's really my new hometown, I'm fairly new here, just two years. But, when they plow Main Street in my town, they plow the snow into the center of the street. Right down the center of the Main Street after a really good snow there will be 2-4 feet of snow. (We had several whoppers this year.) I have never seen this in any other town I have ever lived in.
  • almost everything has disappeared, no corner store, no gas station, no hardware
  • Las Cruces, NM. Road construction, it takes FOREVER! And people here are really really bad at driving!
  • There are a lot of brownfields. There is a lot of pollution on these sites, and some are filled with barrels and barrels of highly poisonous substances. Every time it rains, a little of it gets washed into the nearby lake. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownfield
  • To many illegals live here and they don't even try to learn to speak or understand English.
  • Take all of the above or 50 ansewers put them in a bag. Shake it up, dump and you have flint. Each one of the ansewers sounded like someone here could have written it. I don't feel alone anymore.
  • Well right now in Bloomsburg, Pa. We are getting ready for yet another flood.
  • There isn't a gas station where you can get gas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GrR
  • Too many auto workers and a lot of lay offs. It's the auto industry because it's Michigan.
  • YBOR CITY!
  • The economy (utter lack of any professional business sector).
  • Our amyor is gay
  • Unless kids are into sports, there's nothing for them to pass the time. New high school made taxes go sky high. Small town with few shops and no entertainment. Greedy, ignorant politicians. (Promised no tax hike after high school was built, taxes went up 35% that year). Foolish voters re-elected same politician 2 years later.
  • Why are people laughing at me 'cause i'm from my hometown? that's it...
  • Hobos, pollution, gangs, people who think that they can throw a sprite can at someone's car
  • Town budget didn't have enough money to spell out HELLO in street lights for the airplanes flying over....You guessed it, Welcome to HELL!!
  • They role up the sidewalks around 8. Wonderbread town.
  • the monotonous church bell that chimes at 4:00am on sundays. grr. and church isn't until 8:30!!!!
  • To many conservative old people everybody knows everybody deal
  • The dreaded dust devils of Spring, rising high, blinding anyone chancing into their paths, and collecting everything from cigarette butts to chihuahuas.
  • Detroit? nothing really
  • It is an extremely small town, so there is no mall, no movie theatre, no clothing stores... the only stores we have here are a Hardware store, grocery store, dollar store, CVS, and a few fast food places. Only 2 good restaurants. I would move, but i love the peace and quiet out here.
  • People are often killed, and the graffiti and gangs are getting bigger. We have one of the worst mayors ever and the school aren't the best either.
  • The fact that I'm no longer there! LOL My hometown was mainly comprised of police officers, firemen and IBM guys. You could drive across our town in ten minutes and everybody knew everybody. The best thing about it was the lake and the yearly firemens carnival (damn near the ONLY things to do!) LOL
  • SCUM seaguls - shit everywhere whores drunks rubbish everywhere druggies drop-outs the thing wrong with our hometown is that theres nothing happening to prevent lowlives coming into it to tear it apart
  • the land became too expensive for me to move back. :-(
  • the trash in the bushes , the needels on the ground , the amount of people moving here on a daily basis, drugs . other then that it ok .
  • the white house, oppression capital of the world.
  • Hmmmm, There's always a baseball, football, etc game and I can always hear the people screaming their heads off in the morning and at night. Annoying squares! It drives me nuts!

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