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Old 11-02-2016, 01:12 PM
 
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West Chicago; I have friends who live there, don't know enough about New York

Charlotte, North Carolina or Washington D.C.?
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Old 11-02-2016, 01:21 PM
 
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West Chicago; I have friends who live there, don't know enough about New York

Charlotte, North Carolina or Washington D.C.?
Charlotte,North Carolina
Midland,MI or Midland,AR?
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Old 11-02-2016, 01:41 PM
 
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Charlotte,North Carolina
Midland,MI or Midland,AR?
Midland, AR. Not as cold.

Greensboro, NC or Albuquerque, NM?
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:33 PM
 
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Midland, AR. Not as cold.

Greensboro, NC or Albuquerque, NM?
Greensboro. I like the place.

Topeka or Wichita?
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:35 PM
 
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Greensboro. I like the place.

Topeka or Wichita?
Wichita. Bigger. Was there once and was pleasantly surprised.

San Francisco, CA or Los Angeles, CA?
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:37 PM
 
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Wichita. Bigger. Was there once and was pleasantly surprised.

San Francisco, CA or Los Angeles, CA?
Los Angeles, There's a certain smugness to the Bay Area that's always rubbed me wrong.


Anchorage KY or Anchorage AK
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:38 PM
 
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Anchorage,KY because its warmer
Modesto,CA or Newark,NJ?
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:41 PM
 
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Los Angeles, There's a certain smugness to the Bay Area that's always rubbed me wrong.


Anchorage KY or Anchorage AK
Without even knowing about the place, Anchorage KY. There's no way I could live anywhere in AK. Isolated, very cold, day/night cycles would drive me out of my mind.

Denver, CO or Minneapolis, MN?
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Old 11-02-2016, 03:40 PM
 
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Anchorage,KY because its warmer
Modesto,CA or Newark,NJ?
Newark. It gets a bad name, but I stayed there overnight for a job interview early in the morning once. Had tons of fun. Military Park in the summer has concert and movie series. There's a Shake Shack kinda burger place with a beer garden out back with a live DJ. Very diverse crowd of young people. Lots of younger and edgier people that can't afford Manhattan. Some great new businesses and buildings being built in Newark. Definitely on a great path to an amazing revival, IMO. Cheaper than NYC, developing its own identity and growing downtown. Easy commute on PATH to NYC.

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Without even knowing about the place, Anchorage KY. There's no way I could live anywhere in AK. Isolated, very cold, day/night cycles would drive me out of my mind.

Denver, CO or Minneapolis, MN?
Minneapolis. Too many of my fellow Californians moving to Denver so it's about to be the LA of the Rockies. It's also less isolated since Minneapolis is an easy flight to other major Midwest cities. Minneapolis has St. Paul right next door, so it's two cities in one. Denver is pretty isolated and the only major city around so I think I'd feel closed in there and get bored with just that one city to hang out in all the time. Denver seems amazing though. Nothing against it. I still have it on my list of cities that I check job postings in. It would win over most cities. I just think I'd like Minneapolis more.

Portland, ME or Portland, OR?
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Old 11-02-2016, 04:03 PM
 
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Newark. It gets a bad name, but I stayed there overnight for a job interview early in the morning once. Had tons of fun. Military Park in the summer has concert and movie series. There's a Shake Shack kinda burger place with a beer garden out back with a live DJ. Very diverse crowd of young people. Lots of younger and edgier people that can't afford Manhattan. Some great new businesses and buildings being built in Newark. Definitely on a great path to an amazing revival, IMO. Cheaper than NYC, developing its own identity and growing downtown. Easy commute on PATH to NYC.



Minneapolis. Too many of my fellow Californians moving to Denver so it's about to be the LA of the Rockies. It's also less isolated since Minneapolis is an easy flight to other major Midwest cities. Minneapolis has St. Paul right next door, so it's two cities in one. Denver is pretty isolated and the only major city around so I think I'd feel closed in there and get bored with just that one city to hang out in all the time. Denver seems amazing though. Nothing against it. I still have it on my list of cities that I check job postings in. It would win over most cities. I just think I'd like Minneapolis more.

Portland, ME or Portland, OR?
Portland, ME. My in-laws live in New England and I love that part of the U.S. Portland, OR is a bit too expensive, don't like the climate, and is a tad overrated, IMO.

Dallas, TX or Houston, TX?
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