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Well not quite. This is a powerful city. Industry and innovation is everywhere, and things are pretty lively. Cars. The place wouldn’t function without them. There’s an energy to Detroit that you don’t find in a lot of cities. Where others have become stagnant and comfortable, Detroit is a sharp-minded, high.
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