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Old 01-10-2009, 12:29 AM
Location: On the Great South Bay
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Originally Posted by DC 38 View Post
This is too easy.
Hehe I got you when you said that they don't have a LST warship!
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Old 01-10-2009, 01:04 AM
Location: galaxy far far away
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IMHO TX_AGGIE13 has the most credible list on this thread for ONE reason: He gave us reasons that pertain to him, and he owns it for himself. How on earth can anyone answer this question for the rest of the world? What constitutes more livable? The best? For whom? For what age group? For what industry? For what types of hobbies and jobs? To fill what educational needs?

We all have different tastes and needs, and that's a real good thing: otherwise ten cities would have the entire US population and all the other towns would be empty! Do a search on 'best places to live' and you'll find several websites that ask you lots of questions to help you determine what is best for you.

I did one of those, and it turned out I had already lived in 4 of my top 10 places! I've been to all the states but Alaska, and traveled to 6 countries. I've lived in 5 states and 26 homes since I was born. Everywhere I've gone, I've found things to like, and things that made me crazy.

If you're thinking about moving, make a list of your "must haves", your "negotiables", your "nice to haves", and your "no ways." Once you know that, you can add and subtract places based on your criteria.

In the end, it more'n' likely comes down to finding people of like mind who you can be comfortable hangin' out with. Your list will help you figure that out too.

Good luck! And remember, if you move somewhere and you don't like it, you can always move again. it's a hassle, but it's do-able!
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:20 PM
Location: SoCal
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What are your top 10 college towns? I have a lot of choices for colleges and am hoping that one of my choices coincides with somebody's List.
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Old 01-14-2009, 04:28 PM
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Ive never been to any of those cities, so I wouldnt know. There are many small city, heartland centric people in America that live for Walmart and sitting on a rocking chair in a cornfield. If this guy is not joking he could be one of those people.

Originally Posted by noid_1985 View Post
^ I could be wrong but I think it's a joke- he has Evansville, IN on the list
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Old 01-14-2009, 04:41 PM
Location: STL
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Can someone please give me some reputation. If you do, i'll give some to you in return.
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Old 01-14-2009, 06:43 PM
Location: NJ
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1.New York City
4.New Brunswick, NJ
5.Washington DC
6.Portland, MA
8.Jersey City, NJ
9.San Francisco
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