Where should I move next??????

  • Dec 17, 2011 3:20 AM GMT
    So I am looking to move with in a year. I want a change from Texas.

    the choices are....

    washington D.C.
    Boston Mass.
    Chicago IL.
    Seattle WA
    Minneapolis MN

    if you have personl experience of any of these please help me out.
    pros and cons anyone??????
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    Dec 17, 2011 9:03 AM GMT
    I was just thinking how If I do move out of Texas how I would very much hate listening to the song "All My Ex's Live in Texas". Good luck... I'm kind of the same about as your headline... let the job search begin and hopefully a new start and new life.
  • Brick_n_Lace

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    Dec 17, 2011 9:11 AM GMT
    I wouldnt want to live any of those place honestly. but chicago and dc are the lesser of two evils in your list, with D.C. being my first choice. Washington is actually really nice with lots to offer but its just not really my cup of tea. i also found the ppl there to be rude. Chicago is nice too but i dont like the look and feel of it personally. Plenty of diversity, food and culture. Also the winters are VERY cold and windy. Seasonal depression affects me when Im there. The other places you mentioned I dont prefer as a minority and in general arent that exciting to me plus they have awful winters.
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    Dec 17, 2011 9:13 AM GMT
    If you don't mind the cold brutal winters Chicago is a nice place to be. It has a pretty good gay scene if you are into that, tons of things to do, and St. Patricks day is like the best thing to celebrate here.

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    Dec 17, 2011 9:14 AM GMT
    I'd go for Seattle or Minneapolis personally. My uncle lives on Bainebridge Island and it is one of the most amazing places ever. Minneapolis has a crap ton of culture, and although we get crazies like Bachmann, Minnesotans are some of the nicest people you will ever meet (even if some parts of the cities are bad news bears).