A fast growing “town” in Hamilton County, Indiana with a population of some 66,000 in 2007 and a nice, upper middle-class suburb of Indianapolis. Many Hoosiers mistakingly believe Fishers and its neighbor, Carmel are rich and envy their residents for some reason. It is no doubt a very nice and growing community, but the truth is that there are tons of similar-sized communities around the country with way more money than Fishers could ever dream about, making it only an upper middle-class community. It’s not even the richest community in the Midwest by a long shot. I have lived in Indiana most of my life and don't undertsand all the animosity towards Fishers and its neighbor of Carmel.
Hoosiers have no reason to be envious of Fishers because it is only an upper middle-class community. Many Hoosiers including the other yahoo on here posting derogatory definitions of Fishers are jealous of its perceived wealth because they have no life of their own, but yet enough time on their hands to insult those who have worked for a living to obtain what they have. How jealous and childish. If your life sucks, then change it.
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