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Mr. Payne, I feel sorry for you. Your parents must have really ignored you and females must think you're the biggest loser for being so rude and obnoxious.
I guess giving factual statistics is now beyond the realm of acceptable discourse.
Inevitably they buy the older, smaller, worse home in the better school district than the brand spanking new bigger home which is cheaper in the worst school district. The only time they go with the latter is when they make the decision that they will send the kids to private, thus the school still isn't doing any better.
Isn't buying a cheaper house in a better school district an indication of a desire to invest in educational opportunity?
When exactly will we as a society in your opinion be able to move on?