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Trussville, Alabama

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Trussville, AL

Contributed by JENNILYNN, an ePodunk user.

June 7, 2007

Pluses:  PROS:
The town itself is pretty, at least around the "mall'' which is by the middle school that used to be the old high school. The streets are usually calm and peaceful and well watched by police.

Minuses:  CONS:
The people are really snooty! It seems most of them think they are better than you but, in reality half of them are in bankruptcy or barely making it paycheck to paycheck! Nothing wrong with that but dont act like you're better when you know your not!! The Utilities Board sucks!!!! They are rude and very uncaring for the citizens they serve. One day they will get paid back for all the rudeness and then they might stop.
OH, and for all the little spoiled bratty teens driving these new cars, when YOU pay for them and NOT YOUR momma and daddy, then you can stick your nose up. Until then stay out of the way and slow down, and stay off other cars rearends!!!!!!!!!

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