Does something good become less because it's little known?
Does something bad become more because it's widely recognized?
These are real questions that aren't easy to answer—and not just because "good" and "bad" are personal concepts.
Up in the hills of north central Pennsylvania, I'm living where I always wanted to live and never thought I would. Not many folks here, by usual population standards. Sullivan County's one of the smallest in the state—6,500 people, about what you'd find in half a square mile of Philadelphia.