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Old 03-08-2009, 09:04 AM
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So, this is about single life for mid-20s m/f young professionals.

I've determined that ... the highest percentage of fit n' hot young people lay around the westside (UCLA, Manhattan, etc.) and around Echo Park / Hollywood. The area I used to live, Pasadena/Glendale/SGV was kinda not what I was looking for. All the hot people already had relationships, and all the hot single people were poor!! (which is why they go with roommates around Echo Park / Hollywood).

anyway, don't mean to offend anyone. Just bouncing thoughts around. Got a high-end job in the SGV/Pasadena area but social life wasn't that great; now working at Edwards AFB and social life will SUCK!!

a) Stay in Lancaster. Commute during weekends to westside for social.
b) Stay in Santa Clarita. Commute to work (150 miles RT) and go to westside / hollywood for social
c) have TWO homes...one $675 in Lancaster and one $1200 near Santa Clarita / Westside...
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