Some forums can only be seen by registered members. After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I am relatively new to the area (transfered with my job). I moved here five years ago to begin a professorship at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where I teach cultural anthropology. The area is definitely “in transition.” There are two derelict properties for every rehab, and the stray dogs probably outnumber the kept ones.
For now, let’s take a closer look at why these 10 suburbs were better than the rest.
Don’t worry, we’ll get to the details of that later in our methodology section.
I’ve also spent significant time in other large cities. I enjoy talking to the day laborers who live across the street as much as I love chatting with my uber-educated neighbors.
Although I’m quickly approaching the “big 4-0” and not exactly an entrepreneur, I still consider myself one of the young, educated types that San Antonio wants to attract and keep. On my block alone, there are degrees from Stanford, Cornell, New York University, Rice, and the University of Chicago.
And thousands of bottle caps on the floor from those who made the trip before you.
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But also, kind of not, because whether you’re falling in love on a field during a festival or just hooking up with that babe you met on Bumble, when it comes to dating in the ATX, things can get strange. Date destinations like Barton Springs and the Greenbelt mean hairy backs, tramp stamps, weird moles, and any number of other odd physical attributes make their debut early on.
In other words, being shallow has never been so easy. ACL affairs, Fun Fun Fun flings, SXSW whirlwind romances…
If you are into military men, hang around the NE and E side.