RE: [Histonet] Texas our texas

From:"Rittman, Barry R"

As we all seem to be for or against Tejas, I should point out that it is
not where you live so much as how you live. 
I have been happy in England (although I did complain about the
weather), happy in Iowa (although I did complain about the weather) and
happy in Houston (although I still complain about the weather). 
If I could I would have a mixture of all three places, the food in
Houston, the educational resources in Iowa and the history (and English
usage)in England. 
It seems to me that while the people in all those places were a lot
different from each other they were all basically nice when given the
chance. I think that to get along in any place you have to accept its
positive and negatives. It is fine to complain as it has been shown that
those that complain at least care, however lets complain about the big
things we are able to change.
Hope my wife doesn't see this as she will say I should complain less
especially about the traffic here.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Timothy
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 4:36 PM
Subject: [Histonet] Texas our texas

Now for my two cents.  After spending twelve years in Houston and two
in Dallas, I don't miss much.  If Houston isn't hell it's not a fer'
Who ever said, "Let's live here!" back in the 1700's must moved in in
winter.  The interesting thing about Houston is everyone there is from
somewhere else, mostly the north east. As a matter of fact I met my wife
Houston even though we were born in the same hospital in Philadelphia.
Don't even get me started on Dallas.  I like it here in the North east,
except for the toll roads, the prices, the commute, the lack of good
food the...
Tim Macatee
Research Histology Core
New York University School of Medicine
550 First Ave.
Department of Pathology.
Medical Science Building - Room 521
New York, N.Y. 10016
(212) 263-3888

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