What are California’s “down sides,” that don’t also exist in Hawaii?Denver just got rid of their pit bull breed ban. I'm seriously thinking about it. It's colder than here though, isn't it?
I feel like this is so much better than England, but it's still just too cold and rainy. I need sun year round, somehow, as well as cheap and accessible snowboarding. I wish California had fewer downsides. Hawaii might actually be perfect, I'm just as happy windsurfing.
I couldn't have my race car there. Or at least not register it on the road, which makes it very expensive to even go to autocross, for example. I'm not excited about cost of living, it's bad here but no state income tax really does help.California is too many dollars. The whole thing. Otherwise there's some pretty amazing stuff there.
Real estate is nothing like as expensive though.Hawaii is equally as expensive, if not more so. Everything has to be flown or shipped in.
I think a man of your intelligence would be well aware that are a multitude of ways to spin, read, and report metrics and statistics. Also it’s Denver’s PR putting that 300 number out there.I’m seeing 70% (rounding up) average % of daily possible sunshine, which puts it at 255 days / year with some sun.
There are 19 cities that get more..........
Well duh. I’ve got like $4k left. I’m sure the dentist will take more in a couple days.I’m sure you used your pile of HSA dollars, anyway.
lol, the irony of trying to prove your point, but you proved mine instead.Well you gotta have millions in there to cover emergency health services i hear.
Struggling. I hate the weather. I hate not being able to get a drink at an actual bar that's indoors. I have to do nothing but interview all week, and I know it's going to be really hard. Tech interviews are exhausting. I haven't seen the sun for days but it feels like years. I want to go snowboarding but I'm worried that it's not safe.How's everyone doing today?
Seriously.I would absolutely forego cancer treatment if it would prevent this conversation again