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    Aug 2010
    West Allis, WI

    Legalese speaking

    Umm. Hello.

    I'm currently studying to be a paralegal, and stumbled upon this site a few weeks ago when I was doing a Bing search. Lurked a little, thought I'd register.

    Just a guy from West Allis, WI here. (it's locally called 'stallis, and is the lower middle class suburb of Milwaukee best known for hosting the State Fair). I like it though. It's very walkable, and the local government is going a good job of reinventing the former manufacturing economy. There's alot of small town feel here. Everyone knows everyone, and families don't venture far. (I live a few blocks from the first house my parernts had when I ws born, which is the same house my dad grew up in).

    So, hello.

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    Cyburbian ursus's avatar
    Dec 2008
    Northern Utah
    Pull up a chair, glad to have you. Hello from the West.
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    Cyburbian Plus PlannerGirl's avatar
    Mar 2002
    Welcome from an inner ring burb of Washington DC
    "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." Ben Franklin

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    OH....IO Hink's avatar
    Jan 2005
    Hang on Sloopy...land
    Welcome from the Great State of Ohio. Paralegal huh? Do you do work in the Zoning field? Enjoy!
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    Cyburbian Salmissra's avatar
    Aug 2004
    Central Texas
    Hello, from Dallas, TX!
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