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Old 03-23-2015, 10:54 PM
 
Location: Westminster/Huntington Beach, CA
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in my fishing days ive only caught Striped Bass,Calico Bass,and some halibut at the pier,in winter some perch and crabs,thats it

water too cool for better fish,and there is a sudden warm-up in the water soon as you go pass san diego,ive caught sword fish there
I'm sorry to hear that.
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Old 03-23-2015, 11:07 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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I don't want to do anything with you because honestly you're not very intelligent.

PS

The 18.1 million figure is for Urban Area not metro. Not very important but you're trying too hard so it's funny for me
not inteligent? Ironic this is coming from the person that believes 98.6 F is optimal ambient temperature for humans to thrive. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I pity you.
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Old 03-23-2015, 11:09 PM
 
Location: Miami Beach, FL/Tokyo, Japan
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not inteligent? Ironic this is coming from the person that believes 98.6 F is optimal ambient temperature for humans to thrive. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I pity you.
You pity me but want my attention like a dog whining to be petted?

Here is another pat on the head.
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Old 03-23-2015, 11:59 PM
 
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there is what i see most days in Socal

Santa Clarita CA
Febuary: sunny partly cloudy partly cloudy/showers Breezy/cloudy partly cloudy sunny
74/51 76/52 73/53 69/49 65/43 71/50 75/52
Real feel:75 Real feel:79 real feel:71 real feel:65 real feel:62 real feel:71 real feel:76


Mostly sunny mostly sunny mostly sunny and hot sunny partly cloudy cloudy partly cloudy
78/54 85/56 91/61 89/59 81/52 76/51 77/52
real feel:81 real feel:88 real feel:95 real feel:91 real feel:84 real feel:75 real feel:76

August:

94/73 91/67 93/72 89/71 93/75

Beaches:Long Beach CA

Febuary:71/51 69/51 74/53 68/55 73/52 75/56 68/52 73/54 76/54 81/55 85/59
89/63 76/56 75/54 73/57 72/53 74/52 Milder mornings




July: 75/67 76/61 75/68 76/71 77/71 80/70 75/65 76/67 76/68 77/69 with cool ocean breezes
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Old 03-24-2015, 12:02 AM
 
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the confusing text makes my eyes spin,the first number are the highs and the lower ones are the lows
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Old 03-24-2015, 10:55 AM
 
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They both suck and are filled to the brim with folks that can't speak English and have no desire to assimilate. They both have nice areas that are small and over priced surrounded by humungous 3rd world ghettoes. Miami has more blacks and LA has more Asians. They were both better 30+ years ago.

Stop arguing, neither of them are that spectacular. I'll take Florida because it's less taxed, and at least I can use a firearm to defend myself when a Latin American guy tries to rob me there, not so much in Cali.
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Old 03-24-2015, 11:29 AM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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They both suck and are filled to the brim with folks that can't speak English and have no desire to assimilate. They both have nice areas that are small and over priced surrounded by humungous 3rd world ghettoes. Miami has more blacks and LA has more Asians. They were both better 30+ years ago.

Stop arguing, neither of them are that spectacular. I'll take Florida because it's less taxed, and at least I can use a firearm to defend myself when a Latin American guy tries to rob me there, not so much in Cali.
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Hey everyone! New Yorker here. I don't think I would want to live in CA (or anywhere outside of NY/NJ/CT/PA) but I am very fascinated by the Golden State.I've only been out there once, to go to a Jewish funeral for my best friends brother-in-law in North Hollywood - obviously didn't do much sight seeing. I would definitely like I make the next vacation after this one (going to England soon!) out to California for 2 or 3 weeks. I'm 20 and make if that matters.
You clearly are very wise and well informed....
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Old 03-24-2015, 01:03 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Where is it more beautiful? Where is it better?
Well I consider Southern California more beautiful and "better" in that regard. If cost of living is your main concern South Florida is probably "better." But that is just my opinion.
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Old 04-11-2015, 10:53 AM
 
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I have lived in South Florida for 10 too short beautiful years. I have been to Southern California few times and they are both beautiful places and really all depends what you really, really like out of life. If you like me love sun and surf and beautiful warm waters with lush subtropical vegetation and mostly blue skies, then the choice can only be South Florida. If we are talking variety in landscapes, then Southern California would be a better place. Remember though, they are both very fast places....cars and people everywhere.....South Florida is somewhat cheaper when it comes to real estate compared to Southern California. But on a side note.......If I have to pay for a house in Southern California with a similar sticker price than Hawaii real estate....then I would definitely forget Southern California and buy in Hawaii for so many different reasons....the quality of ocean water for example...TOPS in Hawaii compared to Southern California. Good luck.....Since I cannot afford Hawaiian home prices....I would run like the devil back to South Florida if I could...but family keeps me in the Midwest.....Groan........
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Old 04-12-2015, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Seattle, WA
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Southern California has much better coastlines and more natural beauty. South Florida don't get me wrong has a good coastline, but it's too swampy outside.
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