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Old 05-03-2010, 10:49 PM
 
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My wife is pregnant and we are finally leaving LA after 3 long, dreadful years. Where should I move in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, or other metro area, that has people of a like mind. I hunt, fish, believe in the Bill of Rights, worship Jesus and if you steer me into a liberal neighborhood as a joke, you'll be torturing your fellow liberals.
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Old 05-03-2010, 11:15 PM
 
Location: San Antonio TX
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Lubbock, Arlington, and Plano are the most consevative cities in North Texas. Good luck.
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Old 05-03-2010, 11:42 PM
 
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Well, first I have to say that Lubbock is not part of North Texas and I don't agree that Arlington is very conservative. Plano, yeah, I could agree with that.

I think what is going to be a big factor is schools and how much you can afford on a home and whether you want to live in a neighborhood/city or more rural areas. The DFW area is SO spread out and there are so many options. I think you might like the FW area a little better from what your interests are. Just to put it in perspective, my spouse has all the same interests as you and we are moving out of the DFW area to the s/w area of FW.
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Old 05-03-2010, 11:52 PM
 
Location: TEXAS
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My wife is pregnant and we are finally leaving LA after 3 long, dreadful years. Where should I move in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, or other metro area, that has people of a like mind. I hunt, fish, believe in the Bill of Rights, worship Jesus and if you steer me into a liberal neighborhood as a joke, you'll be torturing your fellow liberals.
Your wife is pregnant, meaning you are bringing a life into this world.

Why do you feel the need to murder animals?

And why must you announce that you "worship" jesus?
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Old 05-04-2010, 09:35 AM
 
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Your wife is pregnant, meaning you are bringing a life into this world.

Why do you feel the need to murder animals?

And why must you announce that you "worship" jesus?

Yes, we have already brought life into the world. Now she (our unborn daughter) is growing and developing so that she can survive outside of my wife's womb. Since you make a statement with your first sentence instead of ask a question, I sense that you may suspect a form of hypocrisy because I hunt and you're not asking a question in the search of knowledge. If this is the case you couldn't be further from the truth. When criticizing me, please be a little more direct. I would appreciate that.

I don't murder animals, I slay them. There's a difference. I'm going to teach that life to slay animals too.

I mention the Lord Jesus because it brings more depth to my question.

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Old 05-04-2010, 09:47 AM
 
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Well, first I have to say that Lubbock is not part of North Texas and I don't agree that Arlington is very conservative. Plano, yeah, I could agree with that.

I think what is going to be a big factor is schools and how much you can afford on a home and whether you want to live in a neighborhood/city or more rural areas. The DFW area is SO spread out and there are so many options. I think you might like the FW area a little better from what your interests are. Just to put it in perspective, my spouse has all the same interests as you and we are moving out of the DFW area to the s/w area of FW.

Thanks. I'm interested in a semi-rural area w/in 20 minutes if the city with good schools and wide open spaces.

I'll look into FW and Plano areas a little further. How are jobs in the metro area? We'll probably be moving without jobs and renting. We have some money stashed, so we'll have a few months for me to find one.

Good luck with your move.
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Old 05-04-2010, 10:09 AM
 
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i'de point you to west of Fort Worth, look along I-20 until you get to Weatherford. i believe this area will be full of potential areas to settle down..

also, look South of Fort Worth, along I-35 until you get to Alverado.

good luck with your move, if there's any specific areas you'de like more info on, post them up, and i'll check back later...
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Old 05-04-2010, 10:55 AM
 
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Thanks. I'm interested in a semi-rural area w/in 20 minutes if the city with good schools and wide open spaces.

I'll look into FW and Plano areas a little further. How are jobs in the metro area? We'll probably be moving without jobs and renting. We have some money stashed, so we'll have a few months for me to find one.

Good luck with your move.
I'll send you a PM.
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Old 05-04-2010, 10:56 AM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Anything west or south of Fort Worth would probably be more in line with what you are thinking. The Dallas side of the Metroplex and the north side of the Metroplex are full of transplants, is more diverse, and for that reason it has swung more to the left.
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Old 05-04-2010, 11:32 AM
 
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Thank you all for your help. If I didn't reply to you, please don't think I'm not considering your advice. I'm all over it like flies on ..... uh, you know.
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