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Frisco Texas. 15 minutes north of Dallas.
Get a job as a Prison screw, boss a bunch of pedos and murders around, make decent money doing it. Lots of woods and water for hunting and fishing, lots of bars for heavy drinking. Women don't have a lot to do up there so all they want to do is fuck ( if you can get beyond leg and pit hair ) and they like to cook and do household chores. Oh, and you cant forget the carp carnival bringing in the summer near the end of July. This sound like you OP ?
I was there in August and it was pretty cold. The people I was working with who lived there said it was unseasonably warm. That wasn't nice to hear. My cousin lived there for three years, said he enjoyed that he did it, but wouldn't move back. That being said, I thought the city was pretty cool other than the cold August and I wouldn't be opposed to giving living there a shot, but I don't see myself there long-term.
davenport, iowa. awesome. just awesome.
Actually, I'm moving to Denver when my lease ends at the end of May. I'm starting another company and my two business partners live out there. I've visited there and am looking forward to the move. I know a couple Spartans already out there and am looking forward to meeting more. But if I could pick anywhere to live, I'd like to give San Diego a shot at some point before I'm totally settled down.
Ann Arbor is much nicer, eh Nuck.
Knibb High football rules
Seattle, Portland, San Francisco in that order, might throw in Denver for good measure.
The weather is not the prime reason to live in SF although its moderate. I was in the Bay Area last week and it was 40 at night and in the 60's during the day and sunny. There's so much to do, great food, culture, beautiful scenery and much more.
When I was in N'Orleans for a weekend, I was asked at least 20 times if I wanted to buy some drugs, saw two people fucking in an alley, got robbed, stepped in horseshit, and had a bouncer cold clock me in the face ( a simple case of misidentification according to him ). Best vacation EVER !!!
When do you like to visit?
San Fran for a single guy???? Really?
I am not even talking about the gay thing just sf is lame if you are single.
A lot of really expensive places in this thread.
Live in San Diego.
Because then, you can tell everyone how wonderful it is in San Diego. It's the number one export.
"Hey, welcome to Arby's! We offer the roast beef..."
"Hey, did you know I live in San Diego?"
"Yes. We have the Beef n' Cheddar..."
"I live in San Diego, it's paradise every day!"
"What about May and June?"
"It's paradise every day!"
"Look, sir, you're going to need to order..."
"Right, it's very nice."
"Again, sir, very nice."
"Do you think maybe people who live in San Diego tout it mercilessly, to somehow validate themselves?"
For the average American that might be true. But on the RCMB, there is not a city in the world that is too expensive.
I am surprised you haven't recommended a Wegman's friendly city...
Kannapolis, North Carolina
Living A Spartan Life!
Living in the bay area now. Love it so far, not where I want to have a family (I am recently married), but my younger, single friends love it, too. Enjoying it for a few years now. Denver is great, Portland area also. Would imagine San Diego is awesome, but haven't been.
actually if you think of all the answers here, MI makes the most sense practically. If we had a cool city like San Diego/Seattle/Denver/Chicago then it'd be the place to be.
In the summer you can golf and go to the beach and in the winter downhill ski. It is the best of both worlds. And in the future it will be the place with the most freshwater and diverse agriculture.
What other state except CA can you say has all that MI has to offer? And CA is way bigger and most of the beaches aren't as nice.
nothing. absolutely nothing.
While I love Michigan many of us do not care about going to the beach. Denver has much more moderate weather and the Rocky Mountains are within site. It's a cool town and a cool state. Lots of golf too but not like Michigan in that regard. And what can you say about Colorado skiing vs Michigan?
What Michigan has to offer is the quality of the people. Down to earth and hard working, we know the value of a buck. All the fresh water is a huge bonus even if you don't boat or go to the beach.
8 months my ass. it hits 100 in April sometimes and doesn't break until the World Series. I don't know why, but the first week in the 70s always seems to coincide with the World Series.
So you have 100ish+ for 8+ months and 3-4 nice months from Nov-Feb. From May to September it's fucking miserable. why anyone would want to live somewhere so shitty for so much of the year is beyond me.
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