Originally Posted by nathanjizzle
youve lost your mind.
Again, I point out how much easier it is to be poor and live in the city where public transportation is all around you, job possibilities are everywhere, governmental services are everywhere, grocery stores are everywhere, health clinics are everywhere.
And if shit really hits the fan, panhandle.
Or, be poor in the rural areas of nowhere Kentucky/Tennessee/Virginia and be about 40 miles from all of those things. Without a car.
You've lost your mind if you'd pick the latter over the former. I know what nowhere Kentucky looks like and it looks exactly like you think... there's not a damn thing close to anything.