A town located on the south-west border of Boston. It was incorporated in 1636. The town's original name was to be 'Contentment', but was rejected so that it may reflect a town in England which many of the settlers were from. It's home to the first tax-payer funded public school and the oldest wooden-framed house in America.It's residents range from middle class, to UMC. It's mainly a blue collar town and low-income families in the town is a relatively low %.Though most of the kids in the public schools are retards that wear flat rimmed hats, hate their parents, smoke weed, and listen to ICP, it still manages to suck just as bad as any other suburb.The other side of the spectrum includes soccer moms, football dads, perverts (see football dads) and people who think they're from Westwood. Dedham is an overall aesthetically pleasing place to live, but you have to not get sucked into it's backward-assed politics which strive to bury the rich history of the town and make a mockery of us all.
It's a commercial-cesspool now, paying little or no attention or support for the local business owner.If you're not from Dedham, and you live in a higher income community around it, check out LEGACY PLACE on rt.1. You can ask the towns residents how they feel about living there..However, you might want to wait until their break,because none of them are there to shop, earning $9 and feel sucky about their superficial town.
Dedham does ALRIGHT.At least we have a town square and not a Wal-Mart.
Wow, Dedham used to have a rich history and has produced a lot of influential people in the last hundred years....To bad the sell out generation runs it now.
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