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How Isolated Is Your Hometown Actually?
Wow, you really do live in the middle of nowhere. How are you even getting internet connection right now?
You're pretty damn far removed from society. Still, at least you probably have fields and stuff, right?
You live life on the outskirts of nowhere, like a hipster inhabitant who refuses to be tethered by an easy definition of geographical seclusion. Good work!
You're far removed from the middle of nowhere and pretty well surrounded with a good rat per sq. foot ratio. Nice.
You're the furthest thing from living in the middle of nowhere. The only isolation you endure is social, living in a vast metropolis of superficial human interactions; it's good to be you.