ucla_matta saidWhile he isn't explicit in doing so, he is citing statistical fact.
Sorry to burst that rural bubble.
I expected more from a UCLA student than espousing an undocumented "statistical fact" to back up a biggoted premise. I sincerely doubt the validity of any such statistic.
Doubt it all you want, numbers don't lie.
That thesaurus function is really working out for the best.
But being a douche-bag aside, I'm not "bigoted"--that's based on what exactly? In truth, people who pursue an education and/or a better life for themselves typically gravitate to cities--economic epicenters. That's where the jobs/industries are, all others are sometimes, well...left behind.