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    faggy opinion + certainty Mark Celibate's Avatar
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    So is life out of the big city really that much better? I'm also in a spot where I can always work from wherever I am and I think in another few years I'm going to hate still living in a city and will want to buy a house in the exurbs.
    For the most part, yes. But it depends where tbh. Denver/Salt Lake I wouldn't mind living in, and obviously you'd know more than me but I've always enjoyed visiting Phoenix I would travel there a few times a year for work/visiting friends when I worked in Dullas and it was pretty much night and day. PHX seemed preferable to the slower, more relaxed culture vs the [email protected] ultra-compe ive [email protected] culture of Dallas. Outside of that, nowhere else seemed preferable outside of the obvious beach cities in FL or California. IMO, I think an exurb would be the ideal place or maybe a town of 100-250,000 people

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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    For the most part, yes. But it depends where tbh. Denver/Salt Lake I wouldn't mind living in, and obviously you'd know more than me but I've always enjoyed visiting Phoenix I would travel there a few times a year for work/visiting friends when I worked in Dullas and it was pretty much night and day. PHX seemed preferable to the slower, more relaxed culture vs the [email protected] ultra-compe ive [email protected] culture of Dallas. Outside of that, nowhere else seemed preferable outside of the obvious beach cities in FL or California. IMO, I think an exurb would be the ideal place or maybe a town of 100-250,000 people
    Yeah living way out in the sticks might be a bit much for me but a lot of the DC exurbs are growing quickly and houses can still be bought cheaply.

    I stayed there longer than I should have but yes, Dallas just ing sucked. Never ending amounts of baggery. Phoenix is way better than Dallas. You couldnít pay me enough to move back to Dallas.

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    faggy opinion + certainty Mark Celibate's Avatar
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    The bootleg looking [email protected] who performed at the last superbowl produces similarly ty music that dulls the brain of anyone who listens to it.


    seems like every pop music person nowadays is an [email protected] maybe it's just the same guy producing all the songs....

    kind of like how every basketball player growing up is mixed-race and has that 'cotton candy' crew-cut/moptop hair thing

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    faggy opinion + certainty Mark Celibate's Avatar
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    Yeah living way out in the sticks might be a bit much for me but a lot of the DC exurbs are growing quickly and houses can still be bought cheaply.

    I stayed there longer than I should have but yes, Dallas just ing sucked. Never ending amounts of baggery. Phoenix is way better than Dallas. You couldnít pay me enough to move back to Dallas.
    IMO it's because there's zero culture there and really no reason to move there other than 'good jobs' (myself included). Like I don't know anybody who would pick Dallas for any other reason than the job market, which probably creates the 'no iden y' [email protected] culture ("f*ck you [email protected], I make more money than you!!). Whenever I lived there, I'd pretty much be racing out of town to the lake or something every weekend. The bar culture got old really quick

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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    IMO it's because there's zero culture there and really no reason to move there other than 'good jobs' (myself included). Like I don't know anybody who would pick Dallas for any other reason than the job market, which probably creates the 'no iden y' [email protected] culture ("f*ck you [email protected], I make more money than you!!). Whenever I lived there, I'd pretty much be racing out of town to the lake or something every weekend. The bar culture got old really quick
    Never thought about it that way but thatís definitely it now that I have.

    Everyone I knew or was friends with in Dallas is also gone now too. Itís like the minute any of us could find an equally good job in a city with actual culture we bounced.

    The only real culture is being able to to ooga boogaing in Uptown or Deep Ellum bars every weekend or eating at some overpriced tourist attraction restaurant

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    For the most part, yes. But it depends where tbh. Denver/Salt Lake I wouldn't mind living in, and obviously you'd know more than me but I've always enjoyed visiting Phoenix I would travel there a few times a year for work/visiting friends when I worked in Dullas and it was pretty much night and day. PHX seemed preferable to the slower, more relaxed culture vs the [email protected] ultra-compe ive [email protected] culture of Dallas. Outside of that, nowhere else seemed preferable outside of the obvious beach cities in FL or California. IMO, I think an exurb would be the ideal place or maybe a town of 100-250,000 people
    I'd be wary of living in Phoenix, personally. Especially with the current drought, they will be under severe water restrictions for the forseeable future.

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    i agree...of course having regular get togethers is a good social outlet. Grilling, campouts, etc....however it's when one feels the need to do it in some dingy bar rattling off [email protected] Star Wars/Harry Potter quotes, listening to sh!tty goldsteinrecords bar pop music, and shamelessly trying to flirt with the toothless 40 year old tatted up single-mom bartender (with Tyrone's kid) because no other decent female would even consider consenting to have sex with him is when the Viability of Suicide comes into play
    Cant you make your own trivia night with friends and teams? Instead of a ty bar? Ive participated in this, Im just bad at it. And Im married so the ladies.... meh. Cant you invite friends of friends who have female friends who they know who are actually human?

    If Im going to a public venue then I would rather it be physically active event.

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    Giannis is a Good Player Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Cant you make your own trivia night with friends and teams? Instead of a ty bar? Ive participated in this, Im just bad at it. And Im married so the ladies.... meh. Cant you invite friends of friends who have female friends who they know who are actually human?

    If Im going to a public venue then I would rather it be physically active event.
    That's pussywhipped logic.

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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    I'd be wary of living in Phoenix, personally. Especially with the current drought, they will be under severe water restrictions for the forseeable future.
    That’s the hesitation I have about moving back there, but it’s still infinitely better than Dallas.

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