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If you had one city in the US to live in, what would it be? Not vacation, live there permanently so you have to deal with traffic, all weather, etc.
As a 25year old single male, I'm open to moving, where should I go RCMB??
Ugh. Not this shit again. You gen y kids are hilarious.
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
Back in your day, no one gives a fuck.
Pittsburgh is a really underrated town OP.
Have gotten that answer a lot, sounds pretty solid out there
San Diego, Austin, Charleston, Savannah, Cincinnati
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It's awesome. I've already rented a house there for a week this summer.
Just moved here in January from MI. I'm very happy that I did.
In all seriousness:
That's it for me that would interest others
I also like Plano, Phoenix and Miami
East Lansing, Michigan.
I didn't realize you were a soccer mom with an SUV and 2.5 children named Aiden and Caiden.
Even with all it's problems, I'd live in New Orleans.
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Behind every successful man is a woman, behind her is his wife.
1. Honolulu 2. Phoenix.....3. Denver
I'm not, but its either there or Southlake in the Metroplex.
San Diego, CA
Once we settle down and are not relocated every few years this would be my top list of choices.
Actually, just across the river in Covington/Newport. Great area. And they have a Haufbrauhaus beer hall.....
Phoenix sucks sweaty balls. As a single guy, San Francisco, Austin, Atlanta. Young cities with lots to do.
Second Denver. San Diego, San Francisco, Austin, Burlington, VT. Also why not NYC?
you could find some sweaty balls as a single guy in frisco
Iron Mountain, Michigan
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