So I guess it is possible for two people to live in the same place and experience two different worlds.
Those things did happen. I was there. Right in the middle of them.
The schools may get good SATS in some parts of the state, but the entire educational system harkens back to the 50’s.
I said there was one good hospital in the state. My cousin works there. I am well aware that its a good place to go. You are so blinded by your need to argue that you do not even read.
Must be that good NH educashon.
Most of your posts are emotion-based because you have a gripe with the state. I never said those thing that happened to you....did not happen. I’m sure they did. But hunting accidents and racial bias happen in all 50 states to some degree or other. None of what you posted is unique to NH.
NH tops most every list in the nation for health, wealth, safety, schools, low taxes & on & on. Those are facts, not emotion.
There’s more than one good hospital in the whole state. To say otherwise is absurd. Dartmouth Hitchcock is running seveal hospitals now downstate. I was not educated in NH BTW, nor do I live there full-time, yet. I notice you did not mention this new, great state you live in....I know you went to school in the joke that passes for a state called Vermont.
I’m not arguing with you just to argue. I’m sure we have more in common there we have in differences between us. My issue was/is the bad info you are putting out about NH. Most of it is just not factual.
NH is not what it used to be, but neither is anywhere else in the US. Here’s what NH has that most places do not have: no income tax. No sales tax. No capital gains tax. No death tax. Good gun laws. Very low violent crime. Overall tax burden is one of the lowest in the nation.
Show me a better place to go & I’ll look into it:)