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Relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma? DO NOT DO IT!

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Whatever your reasons are for wanting to escape from where you are, remember that even the children of Israel wanted to go back to Egypt – and Tulsa is much much worse than you could imagine. Are there worse places in America to live? Without a doubt, but those places are not going to tell you how great it is to live there and how lucky you are, and are probably closer to amenities than Tulsa is.

Done been said before and will be repeated: the smart ones grow up in Tulsa and the lucky ones escape. No one I know really wants to live here – they just settle here. Any reason you have for wanting to relocate to Tulsa is not going to be good enough to give up the amenities and quality of life in so many places else in America.

Corrupt police, crappy local government, pathetic schools, overpriced property, few job opportunities, landlocked in the middle of nowhere, boring and dead end and absolutely unaware of how staid and dull it truly is. Again I repeat if one HAS to – one is being kicked and dragged and screaming and fighting to the Tulsa area – choose any of our suburbs. The City is not worth your time or effort.

The latest tragedy to befall Tulsa is the much-vaunted lakes in the area. Normally tepid and pretty cruddy by the end of summer, now all the lakes are filling up with a toxic blue-green algae which can kill a person deader than a hammer. Best case scenario is that swimming in the putrid lakes gives one the equivalent a full body poison-ivy rash and liver damage. Enjoy!

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Written by thetulsan

July 15, 2011 at 11:11 am

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  1. Whats this I hear about Tulsa constructing a massive bronze weird naked Indian?

    dougefresh

    July 15, 2011 at 2:20 pm

  2. I ESCAPED! Could not be happier about getting away from this dreary city. Can it even be called a city? It feels more like the waiting room of a tag agency – where the wait is endless and mind-numbingly boring. I shall never return to Tulsa and for that I am truly thankful.

    Joyce King

    July 21, 2011 at 7:13 am


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