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jladne3
New Orleans Saints Fan
Katy, TX
Member since Nov 2010
661 posts

re: Good city for young adults


Austin, Omaha, Las Vegas, Portland...couldn't go wrong with any of these imo





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vl100butch
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Sep 2005
24254 posts

re: Good city for young adults


I just left the DC area after over 20 years....

Be prepared to deal with high rents, high priced mass transit, and a lot of traffic






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Drew Orleans
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2010
18592 posts

re: Good city for young adults


She is one of the best at her job and is running the show, right under the GM, at a very nice place right now.





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777Tiger
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2011
10237 posts

re: Good city for young adults


quote:

Snow gets old.

Where do you live in PBC?






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GRTiger
USA Fan
On a roof eating alligator pie
Member since Dec 2008
17670 posts

re: Good city for young adults


Houston.

Don't listen to these fools who have probably spent 2 days there. It's great for young professionals. Job market is booming, housing market is up. No income taxes. Underrated compared to Austin, which is so overrated.






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Drew Orleans
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2010
18592 posts

re: Good city for young adults


yes
yes
sure
beach or mountains
either
She can't






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BurasTigah
LSU Fan
I'm Bored...
Member since Dec 2005
3823 posts

re: Good city for young adults


quote:

Las Vegas


Vegas is a shite box right now as far as economy, but would be good for her line of work. He would probably have real issues finding work. Way too many construction types and engineers getting canned out there that he would have to compete with...






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TigerFanInSoCal
LSU Fan
Cali
Member since Jan 2010
780 posts

re: Good city for young adults


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San Diego


This.






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offshoreangler
LSU Fan
713, Texas
Member since Jun 2008
19675 posts

re: Good city for young adults


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Houston.



Indeed.



Now with 12 times more awesome because a Trader Joe's opened up within walking distance of my house.






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NameWithheld
LSU Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Feb 2011
2038 posts

re: Good city for young adults


quote:

Houston


Now don't get me wrong... I love Houston also, but if I had the choice between the two and if all things were equal (which granted they may not be), I would choose Austin in a heartbeat.

However, Houston has been berry, berry good to me over the past 12 years in a lot of ways. I don't think the OP would go wrong coming here at all!






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777Tiger
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2011
10237 posts

re: Good city for young adults


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Trader Joe's opened up within walking distance of my house.


Almost as over rated as In and Out Burgers.






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msutiger
Louisiana Tech Fan
Ruston
Member since Jul 2008
48533 posts
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re: Good city for young adults


Charleston





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Golfer
LSU Fan
Coral Bay, St. John, USVI
Member since Nov 2005
55963 posts

re: Good city for young adults


quote:

Austin, which is so overrated.








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kingbob
LSU Fan
St. Amant, LA
Member since Nov 2010
16902 posts

re: Good city for young adults


New Orleans would be #1 if you were single. NYC, San Diego, and San Francisco are probably too expensive. Nashville, Pittsburg, and Charlotte might not be bad.





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Drew Orleans
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2010
18592 posts

re: Good city for young adults


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better live where the rent is cheap.


So only doctors and lawyers should live where rent isn't cheap?






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Drew Orleans
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re: Good city for young adults


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777Tiger
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2011
10237 posts

re: Good city for young adults


Napa Valley.





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bbap
Indiana Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Feb 2006
79654 posts

re: Good city for young adults


i would love to live in nashville.





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GRTiger
USA Fan
On a roof eating alligator pie
Member since Dec 2008
17670 posts

re: Good city for young adults


quote:

I love Houston also, but if I had the choice between the two and if all things were equal (which granted they may not be), I would choose Austin in a heartbeat.


Meh, it's not a bad place at all. It just gets so much love and I have no idea why.






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Mr Fusion
LSU Fan
Laffy
Member since Dec 2010
6524 posts

re: Good city for young adults


for reference:
quote:

biggest questions are what yall are looking for when you move?

night life?
good food?
near an attraction?
near beach/mountains/woods/countryside/big city/etc.?
do yall want to live in an apartment or house?
can you handle extreme cold?
more info on your interests will be a major driving point for help rather than every dip shite saying why their city is obviously better than BR.
quote:

yes
yes
sure
beach or mountains
either
She can't






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