Today's Social Dilemma, Jason Aldean's new song and video has sparked a debate on the imagery used and the lyrics that are very critical of violence in big cities. Today I want to focus on the aspect of rural vs urban. Aldean's songs suggests that small town people are looking out for each other while city people are uncaring and less likely to help their neighbor. From your experience, do you think that stereotype is true? Have you experienced it yourself and do you think that has changed over time? I find this to be an unfair sterotype, especially in regards to my hometown of Milwaukee! A place that I will retire to one day. If you live in a big city call in today and defend "our" turf, same goes for small towns. Educate me on why you think your neibghors are more apt to come to your aid in a time of need!