man, I live in salt lake city, Utah and was thinking of moving to indianapolis but s**t... racism seems like a big deal over there
it's just too expensive here, can't buy a decent home for less than 250,townhouse or 300 with a yard that not even landscapes but see.s like ppl are into the black and white s**t still over there.. I'm mixed. I was there last month didn't see much Hispanics but wasn't there too long. also, don't want my kid going to a school where she feels like she's less than because she's brown.. maybe I'll just stay my brown a*s right here in Salt lake, after all we make the top places to live and for jobs all the time. just too expensive now!
Salt Lake City, Utah is one of the most beautiful, well planned cities I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. I spent my Christmas holiday there a few years ago and was blown away by its cleanliness. I could tell that the founders of the city brought to life what they had envisioned. The streets were practically spotless and the people were incredibly nice and honest. I had actually left my expensive digital camera in the restroom on accident and didn't realize it until two kind people started chasing me down to give it to me. I was shocked, because if that had happened in my hometown, the chances of someone returning such an expensive possession would have been pretty slim. I enjoyed the bars and Temple Square, which was breathtaking with all of the Christmas lights. I am not Mormon, but I thought the place looked magical.
Temple Square with all of the beautiful buildings and Christmas lights, the high end retail stores, the bars, the nice people and the clean streets. I can't think of anything bad to say.