Hey everyone, I heard it not less than 1.0 X 10^5 times in high school, and even more in my undergrad. Usually I hear it about places that don't physically lack anything to do... they have movie theaters, retail shopping, bars, video arcades, pool halls, bowling alleys, freshwater lakes, etc. Yet... people still say it? (Denton, TX, where I live, has all of these things, for example) The only really good reasons I can come up with are things like: 1. Everything closes @ sundown and on the weekend, except Wal-Mart. (My parents place in rural TX has this problem) 2. Traffic is so congested, it's like living in L.A., but without the scenery. (currently have this problem in Denton, TX) 3. Being into car performance/audio/modding and no place to have meets in the area. What exactly is it that people use as evidence to declare a place "un-inhabitable due to having nothing to do?" Even if you're into entertainment like Broadway plays and musicals, who can possibly afford to do that with all of their spare time?