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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    So I got this job offer in Boston about a month ago. So I've packed everything up and I'm moving up there tomorrow and beginning work on Monday! It's a really cool successful dot com start-up in downtown Boston. I'm pretty excited to get up there and explore a new city! Anyone here live in the area?

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    I wish - Boston is a great city!
    Be sure to let us know how it's going, eh?
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    Wooo! Make lots of money!
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    You mean..... New England Clam Chowder?

    They also have awesome lobster sandwiches up there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoseley, post: 221766
    You mean..... New England Clam Chowder?

    They also have awesome lobster sandwiches up there!
    I've had new england clam chowder, just not in new england. I'm assuming it's better there. I saw lobster sammiches on man vs food.
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    Ok, That's it... I have to start packing!!! I'm such a procrastinator! lol

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    Friend's brother lives up there, a guy from work's from Boston, AFAIK an old friend's also up there, and I visited it a loooong time ago
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    Congratulations on the opportunity smoseley. Boston is quite the city rich in history. In the 16th century, a group of Puritans from England founded the city. It became a multiplex of politics, education, and finance. The American Revolution began in earnest in Boston, and then of course we have the Boston Tea Party. I've been to Boston and if there's one thing I can tell you it's to avoid the highways if you can. Congestion doesn't even come close if you take my meaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisHPZ, post: 222136
    Congratulations on the opportunity smoseley. Boston is quite the city rich in history. In the 16th century, a group of Puritans from England founded the city. It became a multiplex of politics, education, and finance. The American Revolution began in earnest in Boston, and then of course we have the Boston Tea Party. I've been to Boston and if there's one thing I can tell you it's to avoid the highways if you can. Congestion doesn't even come close if you take my meaning.
    Worse than NY's streets?
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    I couldn't really say. Havent been to NYC in awhile, but i'm sure it's not as bad.


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