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View Poll Results: Your lifestyle choice of these ten? (will make it multiple choice for those that can do more than ju
New York 14 46.67%
Mexico City 5 16.67%
Los Angeles 9 30.00%
Chicago 6 20.00%
Toronto 4 13.33%
Washington DC 4 13.33%
San Francisco Bay Area 6 20.00%
Southeast Florida (Miami and environs) 3 10.00%
Montreal 4 13.33%
Vancouver 6 20.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 30. You may not vote on this poll

 
 
Old 03-07-2015, 05:33 PM
 
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These ten;
New York
Mexico City
Los Angeles
Chicago
Toronto
Washington DC
San Francisco
Southeast Florida (Miami and environs)
Montreal
Vancouver

All are very different from each other, so much to the point where you can actually like one, and not so much for the rest, that's how different they are. However all offer a glimpse of a different sort of mindset, lifestyle, and way of getting around, socializing, living, or doing outings.

In the context of lifestyle and all it entails, such as but not just restricted to; nightlife, outing opportunities, culture, neighborhoods, activities, type of professional environment, well read-well educated-quite literate populace and company surrounding you, which of these ten cities appeal to you most in terms of lifestyle?

Which one is a better fit for you or your personality and hobbies?
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Old 03-07-2015, 06:05 PM
 
Location: London, UK
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Of those 10 NYC pretty much hits across the board for my likes and dislikes in a city. The problem is I have already lived there (Have actually lived in 3 of the cities on the list) and I find it a waste of time to want to live in a city that I have already spent a portion of my relatively short life in already. Personally though if I was going to pick one to move to now, it would be D.F. It is on my short list for places I would jump through hoops to live in one day, for at least a period of time.
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Old 03-07-2015, 06:25 PM
 
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If Americans could just up and move to Canada, I loved Vancouver. Otherwise, NYC or Chicago.
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Old 03-07-2015, 07:33 PM
 
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I'm gonna vote Mexico City because the cartel is one hell of a lifestyle.

Personally, the only one I'd actually want to live in would be Chicago, and it would be the suburbs.
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Old 03-09-2015, 05:02 PM
 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
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Of those 10 NYC pretty much hits across the board for my likes and dislikes in a city. The problem is I have already lived there (Have actually lived in 3 of the cities on the list) and I find it a waste of time to want to live in a city that I have already spent a portion of my relatively short life in already. Personally though if I was going to pick one to move to now, it would be D.F. It is on my short list for places I would jump through hoops to live in one day, for at least a period of time.
Yeah life is too short. I don't believe in a heaven or reincarnation, so whatever number of years I'm here, that's it, that's all of it to experience these things. So me personally, I have a time table to get things done and see some places, experience some places.

Though, to me, when I leave places behind in the rear-view mirror, I don't look back. I wouldn't ever consider them again, always want to keep trying somewhere new.
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