I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
This has kind of been a long time coming for me, but I just accepted an offer to come work for an advertising agency in Dearborn, and I will be moving to Detroit from Cleveland. I'm from Michigan originally, but have never lived in southeast Michigan. I was wondering if anyone who lives in the area could give advice on where to live, any nice apartments, etc.
I've been strongly considering moving downtown. I've looked at a couple apartments that look pretty cool, and it might be fun to have a downtown lifestyle. However, I don't want to get stabbed.
I've also considered Ann Arbor, but I'm not sure how much I would enjoy the commute from AA to Dearborn everyday on 94.
Anyways, thanks in advance for any tips or advice you can give. They are greatly appreciated.
And takes more wolverine pictures. Seeing how I haven't gotten to many pictures of the other wolverines. I was sort of happy because he was wandering around the pen.
The Sporting News conducted a bracket-style poll that found Detroit to be the best sports city in North America (it beat out Chicago in the final and Montreal and New York in earlier rounds).
I'm biased, but I think it's fair. Detroit is one of few cities that has 4 major sports teams that are all pretty much equally relevant, and 3 of them play downtown. Also, the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry lives within metro Detroit, as people there move west on weekends to cheer for their teams. As a city, fandom is balanced but still fanatic and passionate about their teams.
Currently 0-0 in the bottom of the 6th. FIster is pitching a great game, everyone needs to turn on their tvs and watch this game.
Well Tigers take on the Twins tonight. Delmon Young starts in LF and bats 3rd (THANK GOD).
1. A. Jackson (CF)
2. R. Raburn (2B)
3. D. Young (LF)
4. M. Cabrera (1B)
5. V. Martinez (DH)
6. J. Peralta (SS)
7. M. Ordonez (RF)
8. A. Avila (C)
9. W. Betemit (3B)