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Old 03-30-2008, 08:36 AM
 
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Thanks all, maybe i chosen bad name for the post, right now i were thinking of For money (temporary)- New York City and for life - Richester NY, Grand Rapids MI, or Mineapolis MN.

I excluded most states and big cities Mostly because of Air Pollution, i don't like idea of living in wealthy town and having good money and then die in middle of life from respiratory disease or smth like that. Probably most will not agree with me, but then again you probably was burn in one of this big cities or live there...
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Old 03-30-2008, 11:20 AM
 
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If you don't like big cities, you probably won't like NYC or Minneapolis.

Rochester could be good. It's a quieter, small city.
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Old 03-30-2008, 05:59 PM
 
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Illinois - Brrr, but Chicago rocks.
Indiana - Yikes, it's the midwest.
Maryland - I grew up here and didn't like it all that much.
Michigan - Brrrr
Minnesota - Even more brrr
New York - Once again, brrr, but how I'd love to live in New York City.
North Carolina - The south is scary.
Ohio - Yikes, it's not the midwest, but it might as well be.
Pennsylvania - Holy crap! The speed limit was still 55 the last time I checked.
Virginia - The south is scary, but at least this is within reach of D.C., a nice place to visit.
Wisconsin - Brrr.

I believe I knocked off all but Illinois and New York for their great cities.
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