Also, hip hop perhaps not the best source of accurate unbiased information. DC is pretty great, and so is Philly (IMO). Those are big cities, and obviously there are areas with higher crime rates, but plenty of areas that aren't.
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i've lived in colorado springs and then in denver for over 14 years now and absolutely love the state...denver is scenic, has all the comforts and amenities of a big city and the urban areas are pretty progressive, has a terrific airport, no significant adverse weather impacts unless you live up in the mountains…
and i forgot to add, we have pot!
Anyone know much about Phoenix?
I live in London and it's ****. The rent I pay on my flat is crazy.
By the time I get to Phoenix
She'll be rising
She'll find the note I left her by her bed....
Perth you pay high costs simply because people around you are (or were) making big dollars digging **** up. Most people I know from Perth speak highly of it and whilst they have moved, they say they will return to raise their family or settle down etc. But whatever way you spin it Perth is extremely isolated which makes the high cost of living rough to cop.
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
Yeah Perth was nice and all (was only there for 4 months) but I know where I would rather live.
I love London and by living right on the edge of it (but with good transport links) we can just about afford to live there.
I love how this thread has basically descended into stereotypes about Americans.
I saw a mention of Seattle and I would like to point out that I've never really heard anything bad about that city from people that have actually been there. I hear it's lovely.
Anyway, I live in Chicago area, and the only reason I would recommend it is because it is probably at the least amount of risk as far as natural disasters are concerned. That's about our only upside.
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