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karmapol1ce
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re: Good city for young adults


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what about vancouver? supposed to be the houston of the north


do you like chinese people?






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lnomm34
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re: Good city for young adults


[Quote]Im calling bull shite that you know a fricking thing about me. We're both entrepreneurs too. Have our own business which brings in an additional 20k with part time work. [/quote]



This shite is getting really deep in here, now.

So, with your 'part-time business' you're at $150k combined now?

Give me a break.

ETA:

[Quote]Not that its fricking important. I only said it to shut up the other a-hole but I make 50. She makes 60 and our business together makes 20. Don't be jelly. [/quote]

Just saw your break down in your second post to me.

Still don't believe you, but why would I be jelly?



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tigerinthebueche
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Erwinville, LA.
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re: Good city for young adults


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Houston is quite literally the worst big city in america. i can say this unequivocally. it has zero character. it's spread out. dull.


not sure what happened to you to garner this opinion, but i emphatically disagree. I'm there regularly and other than the traffic, I think its pretty great. To each his own though.






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Drew Orleans
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re: Good city for young adults


That 20 was already figured in. God damn you are retarded/can't read.





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trillhog
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re: Good city for young adults


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Negative


the cheaper parts of manhattan, yorksville, harlem, morningside heights, they are to far from everything, you don't want to live there. live in brooklyn so at least around younger people and can get around easier.

brooklyn's no deal anymore though, it's real expensive, maybe you should stick to astoria



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777Tiger
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re: Good city for young adults


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100k in NY = 40k in Louisiana.

Trash collectors in NYC make about 67k after a few years. I have a friend who does this(driver) for the teamsters up there making just south of 100g's, and he lives in a crappy part of Brooklyn, sharing a house with his wife(a nurse,) three young kids, and another family.



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karmapol1ce
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re: Good city for young adults


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not sure what happened to you to garner this opinion, but i emphatically disagree. I'm there regularly and other than the traffic, I think its pretty great. To each his own though.


um years and years of having visited houston.
all the big city pains, none of the big city trappings.

not to mention. you're surrounded by texans.

i'm not the only one that disagrees.

LINK

have you ever spent time in a good big city?



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jumbo
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re: Good city for young adults


nashville





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LStU
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re: Good city for young adults


BR pays engineers very well... Might not get too much of a boost from moving.





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karmapol1ce
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re: Good city for young adults


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brooklyn's no deal anymore though, it's real expensive, maybe you should stick to astoria


there are reasons to live in brooklyn. the price just isn't one of them.

if you want to save a buck, move to green point or bushwick.






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theBeard
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Golf Tech Board
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re: Good city for young adults


As a CE don't expect to make more than you do in BR. Oil and gas industries keep these salary's up and make other private firms stay competitive.





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Drew Orleans
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re: Good city for young adults


Not looking for a boost. Want to enjoy being young and move somewhere before I move back to la when I have kids.





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tigerinthebueche
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Erwinville, LA.
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re: Good city for young adults


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


no, but you might possibly find life less enjoyable if the COL is equal to or greater than what you earn. Not suggesting you're a hood rat, just suggesting you consider what the
COL is in these cities, and make sure its doable on your combined income.






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Drew Orleans
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re: Good city for young adults


We definitely will and we won't blow our savings just to move somewhere new.





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NameWithheld
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re: Good city for young adults


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not to mention. you're surrounded by texans


And with that comment you lost all credibility... now please go DIAF!







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karmapol1ce
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re: Good city for young adults


if i was surrounded by texans, i'd feel like i was already dying in a fire.





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Clutch T
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ATX
Member since Dec 2011
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re: Good city for young adults


dont ask me, ask the OP!





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Drew Orleans
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re: Good city for young adults


I have absolutely no reason to lie on here. Impressing you tools will in no way better my day. I was just shutting up the other guy who was getting this thread off topic when I'm only looking for some guidance.





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trillhog
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re: Good city for young adults


fort greene

check this place in near by fort greene






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waiting4saturday
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Lafayette
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re: Good city for young adults


Nashville - friend at Vandy said its one of the best places in the world. He's from NYC and spends a lot of time in DC.

San Antonio/ Austin - Texas hill country... Austin also has a lot of col stuff going on.

San Diego - perfect weather and good beaches. Probably pretty high tax though.







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