Today's Washington Post has yet another article on people who move to the party neighborhood and complain about the noise. We've also seen articles about people who move to rural neighborhoods and complain about the smell of fertilizer.
Here are two thoughts. If you don't like a particular environment, don't move there. If the ways of your present home town are so perfect, stay put.
And the lesson is: "Do your homework before you move there." Didn't know 17th Street or Adams Morgan were party places? Pity. Your mistake, Sweetie.
Worse than that, it appears that many people do know that 17th Street and Adams Morgan are party places, or that a rural section of Calvert County has rural activity going on, and yet move to such places anyway.
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