I ended up moving to regional NSW (for a number of reasons) four years ago and I kind of miss the diversity! Living in a 'white' area just means I see a tonne more bogans than I used to.
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02-04-2014 09:05 #21
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02-04-2014 09:14 #22
I live in outskirts of western Sydney and typically a very Caucasian area. Not well off but not low socio economic and I still have at least two police cars every three to four weeks. My neighbour adjacent to me is a drug dealer (I know this because a colleague dealt with him) , a DV offender and I'm now also questioning why there are so many young women at his house so frequently? (They appear to be 16 or over), he's well into his 40s. The other night we heard .. Ummm.. Sounds of a women's orgasm coming from his house. Weird. Creepy.
I would like to live in a more culturally diverse area however at the risk of sounding racist, I wouldn't like to live in those areas of western syd with a LOT of organised crime, which also seems to have a high density of other cultures. If I'm racist for saying that so be it. I know I'm not and I'm accepting of other races.and cultures but not the negative aspects of some.
02-04-2014 09:16 #23
And when I say a women's orgasm, I mean that of what I suspect to be one of those girls. Each to their own, but geez. That combined with his criminal convictions doesn't wash well with me.
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The suburb I live in now is boring come culture...all typical aussies and no colour lol. The kids school is great, we have immigrated Africans, Asians and Swedes and fosterd Aboriginals from far north qld. I love break up day when the parents are carers bring in cultural food...all the staff come looking for the Malaysian fried rice!! Yumm
02-04-2014 10:19 #28
02-04-2014 10:34 #29
Ive lived in quite a few culturally diverse neighbourhoods, everyone just kept to themselves? Quiet, no trouble. I now live in a VERY white suburb and again... Everyone keeps to themselves, quiet not trouble.
The only trouble I've ever had are with Caucasian bogans.
02-04-2014 10:43 #30
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