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‘In the movie “Hamlet 2″ the opening has the main character asking “Where does one go for dreams to die?” Then they show a sign that says “Welcome to Tucson Arizona.” That pretty much says it

Citizen Staff Writer
RealFAST ONLINE COMMENTS

The story: Tucson makes the list of 21 “Best Boomer Towns” in the U.S.

Your take: Can’t take a compliment? You’ll be right at home with our online commentators, including 4015, who made the comment above:

• handslikeclouds: “Brain Drainsville attracts the mediocre boomer wrecks with the small retirement plans and the health issues. It has always been said that people come here to die.”

• NevadaDemocrat: “I wonder how much it costs a Chamber of Commerce or Realtors Board to get put onto one of these lists? Did our tax dollars pay for this?”

• Spirit of Zenger: “How does our crime rate figure into the survey results?”

• 5022: “This will hold down ‘quality growth’ and will be an even bigger attraction to el cheapo liberals and illegals.”

Compiled by BILLIE STANTON

bstanton@tucsoncitizen.com

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