Montreal: worst in the NHL for taxes deducted.
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07-09-2012, 09:19 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Canberra, Australia
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I have traveled a lot and I don't know what you're getting at. So please, Anthony Bourdain, enlighten me.
You don't need to be Anthony Bourdain to understand that not everybody will have the same preferences you have.
You consider Montreal to be #2 in North America behind NY, that is your view. OK. Other people, such as professional hockey players, might value different things than you.
They might prefer the vastly lower cost of living of other cities (Florida, Columbus, and Dallas), being able to send their kids to English-language schools (everywhere else) the superior quality of natural attractions near Vancouver or Denver, meeting more English-speaking, socially conservative women in midwestern or western canadian cities, eating world class food (Vancouver, LA), or being near the cultural heart of the united states (NY, LA, Chicago, Nashville).
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