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Single mother looking for a quite community friendly neighborhood in Broward County Fl

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Moshe Meselsohn Nov 25, 2017
there are no friendly neighborhoods or people in south florida period. dont move here. everyone is snobby, rude and mean. please dont move here. you will regret it
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Moshe Meselsohn Nov 25, 2017
dont move here
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