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Old 02-02-2010, 10:54 AM
 
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In no particular order of the places I have been to...

1. Las Vegas (Hot and ugly)
2. Los Angeles (I'm a native and not sure what the point is)
3. Albuquerque (Hot and ugly)
4. Phoenix (really hot and really ugly)
5. San Diego (I live here now and don't find it to be very food or culturally oriented but great if you are a beach fanatic, like taco Tuesdays and surf)

Places that I have not been but pretty sure I don't want to live there are

1. Atlanta
2. Houston
3. Philadelphia
4. Miami
5. Detroit
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Old 02-02-2010, 06:57 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Deja Vu Again View Post
In no particular order of the places I have been to...

1. Las Vegas (Hot and ugly)
2. Los Angeles (I'm a native and not sure what the point is)
3. Albuquerque (Hot and ugly)
4. Phoenix (really hot and really ugly)
5. San Diego (I live here now and don't find it to be very food or culturally oriented but great if you are a beach fanatic, like taco Tuesdays and surf)

Places that I have not been but pretty sure I don't want to live there are

1. Atlanta
2. Houston
3. Philadelphia
4. Miami
5. Detroit

Its a pity how people bash a place when they admit they've never been there, you all listen to what others say and bash us but yet you continually move here, please go home, I know this is America and you can live where ever but why move here if you claim you hate it so much, and the amount of people leaving California for the south i'm surprised that you even mentioned us, living in your earthquake prone state you have some nerve outside of San Francisco, the whole state of California is a Cess Pool of crime and filth, take that how you please but who really cares.
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:45 PM
 
Location: MN
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St. Louis, MO
Memphis, TN
Baltimore, MD
Charlotte, NC
Little Rock, AR
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:56 PM
 
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Its a pity how people bash a place when they admit they've never been there, you all listen to what others say and bash us but yet you continually move here, please go home, I know this is America and you can live where ever but why move here if you claim you hate it so much, and the amount of people leaving California for the south i'm surprised that you even mentioned us, living in your earthquake prone state you have some nerve outside of San Francisco, the whole state of California is a Cess Pool of crime and filth, take that how you please but who really cares.
Someones a little over dramatic,how did you get bashing from "Places that I have not been but pretty sure I don't want to live there are"? And the whole state a cess pool? Are you joking me?? I take that as an extremely bold over-generalization by someone who has probably not been throughout the whole state. And earthquake prone? Really? Is that honestly the best you can come up with? Name the last time a earthquake genuinely effected California in a great way..okay now name the last time a natural phenomena effected the south in a great way,thanks.
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:32 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Deja Vu Again View Post
In no particular order of the places I have been to...

1. Las Vegas (Hot and ugly)
2. Los Angeles (I'm a native and not sure what the point is)
3. Albuquerque (Hot and ugly)
4. Phoenix (really hot and really ugly)
5. San Diego (I live here now and don't find it to be very food or culturally oriented but great if you are a beach fanatic, like taco Tuesdays and surf)

Places that I have not been but pretty sure I don't want to live there are

1. Atlanta
2. Houston
3. Philadelphia
4. Miami
5. Detroit
I know exactly what type of person you are just by reading your post.
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:37 PM
 
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I know exactly what type of person you are just by reading your post.
I love Atlanta but don't want to live there,exactly what kinda person am I?
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Old 02-04-2010, 10:38 AM
 
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I know exactly what type of person you are just by reading your post.
And I know exactly what kind of person you are by your response
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Old 02-04-2010, 10:41 AM
 
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I love Atlanta but don't want to live there,exactly what kinda person am I?
No worries Golden,

This is to be expected in most threads on this board. Don't waste your time and ignore the douche bags. I do.
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Old 02-06-2010, 10:39 AM
 
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Here is my two cents. These are cities I have actually lived more than six months.

1. Houston (miserable weather and right wing wackos)
2. New Orleans (miserable weather in the summer)
3. Los Angeles
4. Kansas City
5. Dallas
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Old 02-06-2010, 12:19 PM
 
Location: Avondale, Chicago
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1. Houston (miserable weather and right wing wackos)
Interesting. Where in Houston did you live? Or were you somewhere in the burbs?
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