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Artisticness: 3.0    Calmness: 2.9    Helpfulness: 3.0   
Intellectualness: 2.3    Neatness: 3.0    Outgoingness: 3.4   
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Name: toddleem | Age: 46 | Gender: Male | ZIP: 33704 | Resident for: 5-10 years | Added on: 2006-08-01
Artisticness: 1   Calmness: 3   Helpfulness: 3   Intelligence: 1   Neatness: 1   Outgoingness: 3   
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Tampa strikes me as New Orleans Part 2-a few wealthy people (from other cities) and a boatload of low wage jobs built around tourism, call centers, contract manufacturing, and awful schools. Tampa is a fun place if you are 1) single, 2) are not real ambitious about you career (maybe you can run that call center someday!), 3) like to party. It is not family friendly unless you are wealthy enough to afford one of the few good private schools in the area or lucky enough to get into a magnet school. Despite a great tax system, value-added businesses avoid Floritucky like the plague as the labor force sucks. No biotech, no real tech, very little advertising, no or little money mgmt (lots of sleazeball brokers). By the way, Tampa shouldn't have a city flag but a brass pole. Strip city. Neck it up!

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