Lmao! Thank you. His comparisons are ridiculous. People must love being un-free then because NYC is a highly desired place to live. I personally lived in a smaller, conservative, gun-toting town for a few years and hated it. Feels good to be back. NH can keep its arcade. I've got literally thousands of places/activities/events to choose from if I'm bored. (Of course, playing video games is one of them.) I wonder if he's ever even set foot outside of NH or if he bases all his claims on the silly propaganda he reads about the "least free places".
The government also has nuclear weapons. I guess that means I should have a hydrogen bomb in my family room. You know, just in case.
Maybe some people like NYC in part because of the lack of freedom. In fact, some people on this thread said gun freedom makes them uncomfortable or something similar. Many people don't like freedom. Many people are scared of freedom. Many people want someone else to take care of them or others. Even some people in NH feel this way. People may like NYC for other reasons, also. For the people that live in NYC, the positives likely outweigh the negatives. The same for the people that live in NH, and so on.
Yes, I've been outside of NH. I did a story for VGChartz when I lived in TN. http://news.vgchartz.com/news.php?id=2039 I've also been to dozens of states and several other nations.
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