5 Ghost Towns

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    That was very interesting. Did you get a chance to read the comments posted. I didn't know China was rapidly Christianizing?
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    Yes. I liked the one who suggested Detroit should be on the list :D
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    Some even said Detroit was worse than some of those towns already....lol The liberal utopia doesn't work.
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    Nambibia with the sand slowing filling everything in was the creepiest to me.
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    Lol... it still has a chance to get there.
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    Wow, they are doing this just to meet GDP numbers, it can't last forever.
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    I was Beijing in 2005. Without exaggeration, there was new construction on almost every block. You could tell billions was being poured into their economy. Have to wonder how they could sustain it.
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    Angola for sure! Pretty crazy stuff.
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    That small French village is beautiful. Shame.
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