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Old 12-23-2014, 03:40 AM
 
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The OP is introverted and dresses "smart casual." Austin is better for extroverted personalities that like to dress alternatively or hipster. Austin is also actually a bit too liberal for the OP. Liberalism in Austin is extreme and very in your face, kind of like Portland, OR.
Interesting. I never got that vibe from Austin.
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Old 12-24-2014, 09:09 PM
 
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The OP is introverted and dresses "smart casual." Austin is better for extroverted personalities that like to dress alternatively or hipster. Austin is also actually a bit too liberal for the OP. Liberalism in Austin is extreme and very in your face, kind of like Portland, OR.
lol Not everyone in Austin dresses like a hipster. Extremely casual place. And many people are not that liberal while the suburbs are like anywhere else (more conservative than the city).

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Not joking at all. Connecticut has all the elements in place currently to be a powerhouse. People better get in now before everyone wants too and prices skyrocket.

Connecticut will be a leader in the US economy.

Look no further.
Well I'll take your word for it.

The thing about a lot of NE and Midwest cities is that they have still have the bones for population.
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