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Where do you want to live?
May 17 2015, 3:29 am
By: rayNimagi  

May 17 2015, 3:29 am rayNimagi Post #1



Practically speaking, where do you want to live? (Realistically speaking, where you can have a job, speak the language, etc.)

If you had no restrictions, where would you want to live? (That is, no financial restrictions, you can speak any language, etc.)



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May 17 2015, 4:26 am Zycorax Post #2

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Probably my hometown. Got a major city (by Norwegian standards) half an hour away with ferry to Denmark and it's not too far from Sweden either. Only downside is that the nearby airport has somewhat limited when it comes to decent foreign routes. It's also one of the few locations I can stand the dialect of.




May 19 2015, 6:49 am Lanthanide Post #3



New Zealand.



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May 19 2015, 7:15 am O)FaRTy1billion[MM] Post #4

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What an exotic choice, I can see why you would want to move there.



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May 20 2015, 6:59 pm BloodyZombie117 Post #5

I have no idea what to put here... So I guess I'll just put this here.

I'd like to stay up in the northern part of the US, near Cedar Point. That way I can justify buying a Season Pass and go there with friends all the time. I love that place.

With no restrictions... I'd have to say Germany. That place sounds fun.




May 20 2015, 11:20 pm Fire_Kame Post #6

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Given restrictions - such as job security, the cost of living, and so on - I'm actually incredibly happy living in Colorado. Sometimes my husband and I will look around at other states, but nothing seems to appeal to me. We've been told that we'd enjoy Alberta because the culture is very similar to what it is here (I haven't been there in years so I cannot verify it). Otherwise overall other than a few discrepancies Colorado's political/social/economical situation is very appealing, as is its culture. Someplace I could not live, as much as I'd love to work for companies out there, is California. The traffic around LA drives me batty and it makes me sick. As much fun as it is to walk around in the middle of the night without freezing to death I don't think I'd be very happy. If we had to move to a much more urban environment I'd prefer to live in Chicago over Denver, because Chicago developed like a proper large city with decent transportation and services open late/24 hours. Since that isn't true of Denver (the highway goes around the city, unlike most places where it goes through), it would make it expensive and probably just more annoying to live there.

If language and jobs weren't an issue, I think I'd greatly enjoy being a global citizen. I'd love to hop from country to country every so many years if I thought I could find stability where I went and I could either learn the language quickly or if I already knew it. Two countries in particular I'd be interested in are Japan and Germany.




May 21 2015, 3:13 am Generalpie Post #7

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Quote from BloodyZombie117
With no restrictions... I'd have to say Germany. That place sounds fun.
Oh don't worry, it is.
Realistically speaking I'd probably take full logistical support here, but anywhere else probably Canada. The language barrier thing isn't an issue as a lot of people speak English anyways.
Unrealistically speaking I'd pick Japan. If the UK wasn't going downhill I'd pick there too.



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May 21 2015, 3:25 am Fire_Kame Post #8

a left leaning coexistence nut

The UK has always sounded like an interesting place to visit on vacation, but I don't think I could live there. I think I'd become very annoyed. Maybe in more rural areas it'd be okay.




May 23 2015, 2:11 am Zycorax Post #9

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Somewhere in the UK would probably be my second choice. I very much enjoyed the time I spent at uni there. Downside is that there's fairly overcrowded many places and the economy is a bit meh.




May 26 2015, 7:49 pm CaptainWill Post #10



I'd go back to live in my hometown most likely.

I can't really do that at the moment because most good jobs are in London and I'm not prepared to commute 70 miles. I realise 70 miles is not far for people who've been brought up in the US, but in the UK it's a pain to commute.



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May 31 2015, 5:34 am Fire_Kame Post #11

a left leaning coexistence nut

The furthest commute I've done is 20 miles each way...it was hell, especially in terrible weather. I could not imagine living anywhere with a worse commute than that. I actually would've taken the train, except public transportation sucks so it would've been more expensive to do that.




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