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Old 07-02-2018, 03:56 PM
 
Location: Minneapolis, MN
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Nope. I did live somewhere I didn't like living, and yes convenience played a part in it, but I didn't hate it. I hated the drama that sorrounded my life there, at the time, and the painful experiences but the place wasn't terrible for me. Only place I hated was my hometown, Miami. Nowhere in the country I loathe more for living. Hell, I'm visiting in 2 weeks for my birthday and part of me is excited to see my family and have a good time, but the other part is cringing cuz... its Miami.
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Old 07-02-2018, 05:00 PM
 
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Been in Oklahoma City for six years now. Oklahoma is basically Texas but more conservative, more religious, and without major cities. I despise this place for so many reasons and would like nothing more than to leave but am currently stuck here. On paper my life looks like it should be going fairly well but I really haven't ever been this unhappy. In addition to the fact that I just don't like small metro areas, OKC is way too conservative and is smack dab in the middle of the ugliest area of the country in terms of natural beauty. I really hope to move somewhere else within the next five years. Honestly, I'm not that hard to please. I don't have to live in paradise. I just want to live somewhere I find tolerable i.e. metro area 1.5-2 million or above and at least moderate politically. I would prefer to be within a day trip of the coast but there are flyover cities I would be perfectly happy in.
Does Houston fit that bill? Harris County is blue-leaning, but not heavily so. Harris County is also much more scenic than OKC, with the bayous, pine forests.
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