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Old Posted Aug 10, 2019, 3:01 AM
Obadno Obadno is offline
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Originally Posted by jd3189 View Post
I was in Phoenix/ Arizona for the first time recently and I thought the city was alright. Wasn’t dense of course, but wasn’t all that different from other places in the Sunbelt in terms of development. But the heat is no joke. I think dry desert heat is worse than the humid heat people complain about in the South. It’s a more intense heat that can burn you alive if it wanted to. But I had some good Mexican food while in Phoenix .
This is pretty big, not even kidding, that means we have at least caught up to par. But in the last several years its pretty nice, downtown rarely feels like a "ghost town" (outside of sleepy summer sundry afternoons) where a few short years ago it was typically a total ghost town.
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