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Reader: Why Are People in Denver Against Anyone Else Moving Here?

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Comments continue to accumulate on our post highlighting one website's nine reasons people should move to Denver, with many locals expressing their disinterest in more newcomers relocating here. The opinion leaves this reader puzzled.

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duncanshotdogs writes:

Not sure why everyone is so anti more people moving here. I think Denver's quick urbanization is a boon, but that's just me. As someone who likes to live in cities (of which Denver is) how can you possibly complain about the amount of people. That's what a city is, its a place where mass amounts of people live. Oh no, this city is growing! Oh no, more people live downtown! Shut the fuck up and learn about the basics of what a city is. Don't like people? There's got a be a solution! Think hard.

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