Leti: I am sick and tired of people coming from the big cities into our small town and buying up all of the houses and acting like they own the place.
George: This is a dying town and it needs fresh blood. I don't hear the business owners complaining about the new infusion of money into the town.
乔治：这是个毫无生气的小镇，需要注入新鲜的血液 。我从没听商人们抱怨过新来者给小镇带来资金 。
Leti: Oh, yeah? Well, the flip side is that their spending is jacking up prices and making it harder for the families who have lived here for generations.
George: The times are changing and we need to adapt.
Leti: I say that the newcomers are the ones who need to adapt. After all, they're moving to our town.
勒蒂:我是说新来者才是应该适应的人群 。毕竟，是他们搬进我们的地盘 。
George: With that kind of us against them mentality, there may be a day when you succeed in driving out those newcomers.
Leti: I look forward to that day.
George: All I have to say is beware what you wish for!