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Good weather. Yeah, the summers can suck but it's worse in the other big Texas cities. Lots to do here. Pro sports, all the big concerts come here, lots of museums. The symphony has a world-famous conductor. Most of the broadway shows come here on tour. You're less than an hour from gambling in Oklahoma. Two airports. Great food and a growing beer scene. Plenty of jobs, lots of Big 10 alums. I really like it here. And, if boring, cookie-cutter suburbs are you thing. We have plenty of those around the city.
Cities I would live in, and that I could afford: New Orleans, Nashville, Kansas City, Denver, Austin. If money didn't matter, San Francisco or NYC.
Why not just live in Dallas? It's way more fun. Hell, even if you work in Plano, it's pretty easy to do a commute north in the morning and south in the evening.
I was inquiring, not hating. I honestly wanted to know the perks of Dallas.
Serious question? Really? Proportionately huge population of well educated, active, and atteactive young women in the Bay Area. Actually, great looking women of all ages.
Seriously.... South Florida and even Minneapolis have equally or larger populations of gay people (nttawwt). Some of you schmoes need to get out more...
Spartans ...committed to bring Paul Bunyan home in 2013.
After living in AZ for 18 years, I can say that Nov-Feb is waaaay to cool for my liking. Highs in the 50s/60s? Pass. I enjoy 80-110 a whole lot more.
I'll give you that by Aug/Sept, the high heat can get pretty old...but hot + sunny is a great way to live...
I am just going through a move and could have gone anywhere. Top places with job offers were San Diego, Portland, Seattle, and Louisville, KY. The winner was Louisville, CO.
If we can trick Coach Krzyzewski into saying his own name backwards, perhaps he will be pushed back to the fifth dimension
It's been 70+ all weekend long during the day.
San Francisco is 'coldest' during the traditional summer months of June, July, and August.
If you can handle that, you can handle the rest of the year when you're blessed with a glorious weekend like the one we've had. Pumped to have tomorrow off as well. Thanks hippies!
I only say that because I just moved here so that has to be my default answer.
Hell yes. Place is packed with young professionals.
Not a big city guy, if I had to pick one though it would be SF. Also would possibly consider Denver or Asheville.
I also really like the vibe in
Fort Collins, CO
Eugene and Bend, OR
maybe someday I'll grow the balls to just pack up the car and head elsewhere. who knows
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Scottsdale without question
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I'm moving to Portland in 2 weeks. I really have my sights set on Bend, OR... wish the economy there was better but everything to do with climate, culture, geography, ect is totally ideal for me in Bend.
Nothing wrong with Holt, Mi
Seattle or Portland
International Falls, Minnesota
It is because we are all imposters that we endure each other.
-- e.m. cioran
Good Point... Actually there is no room in the Pacific NW left... please go to Zona or Cali...
The Z Man
The Z Man
The Z Man
Covington and Newport are terrible places to live.
"I think the world is run by C students"
If you're being punished for something you did?
It's Denver folks, and it ain't even close with 60 deg weather in feb, 4 seasons, 4 pro sports teams, mountains, ski, hike, and one of the most fit cities in USA.
i only care about spartans --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqsAJQc-NCY
I'm going there in April for the first time to visit some college buddies. Cant wait
They love it there.
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