Wednesday, October 21, 2020

escape to Johnson City Tennessee white people, best weather

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> Tennessee is a zero income tax state, forested, trees pumping life saving oxygen into your lungs.
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> Tennessee is the "mother state" where white explorers and settlers first moved from the east coast, and filled Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and most of the south central areas…
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> Johnson City Tennessee is in the
> whitest population center of the continent, Appalachia a multi-state region including the
> whitest state West Virginia,
> whitest parts of Virginia, Kentucky, North and south Carolina, Georgia,…
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> Johnson City has the third medical College in the state
> and a large teaching hospital
> and a large VA medical Center.
> Tennessee also has Ivy League Vanderbilt Medical in Nashville.
> And an 8 hour drive to Johns Hopkins Annapolis Maryland, a top 3 hospital and medical college.
> Whole east coast not so far away.
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> Tennessee has the best weather in the USA, mountains block off the worst of the winter weather.
> Further south gets too hot and humid and hurricanes and minorities.
> Shady people inhabit sunny hot climates.
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> Appalachians mountainous hilly and rugged area with some altitude and skiing
> and some bands of Cherokee Indians hiding in the woods for 20,000 years.
> Mostly uninhabited, uninhabitable.
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> Great Smoky Mountains are the most visited national park, along with Yellowstone Wyoming.
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> Atomic City is an hour away.
> Oak Ridge was established in 1942 as a production site for the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb.
> Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Y-12 National Security Complex,
> scientific and technological development still plays a crucial role in the city's economy and culture in general.
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> You may still be able stay at the same hotel as Robert Oppenheimer father of the atomic bomb.
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Inn
> Alexander Inn, originally known as The Guest House,
> is a historic building in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
> that was built during the Manhattan Project to house official visitors and that later was used as a hotel.
> it served as guest quarters to a number of dignitaries during the top-secret Manhattan Project, including
> Enrico Fermi,
> Robert Oppenheimer and
> General Leslie Groves.
> In November 2015 the building re-opened as a senior living center,
> The facility offers memory-care and assisted-living housing.
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>> On Oct 21, 2020, at 10:50 AM, K wrote:
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>> Hi Joe:
>> Do you have any good places to move?
>> Rich
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