California To Texas To California From Texas

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    Oct 11, 2014 1:37 AM GMT
    So...

    I know some California peoples were forced to move to Texas because the homosexual Dr, Rick Perry, stole their California jobs, with some pensions and job seniority on the line, its not like they had much of a choice. I am going to guess that conservative, jobless Californians made the move because CA is way to liberal for them with gay marriage becoming legal in 2013.

    On the flip side, those liberals and gays who would like to get married, who couldn't stand the backward, trailer trash, all country, pick up driving, cheap living, cultureless, horrible infrastructure state of Texas, made their way into California, where I am sure they felt a big sigh of relief

    Texas 2013 net gain = 33,000 (16,000-33,000 conservatives)icon_rolleyes.gif


    http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/local/texas-news/2014/10/10/blame-california-texas-newest-residents-moving/17025425/

    According to a new report by the Texas Association of Realtors, 66,318 people moved from the Golden State to the Lone Star State last year

    There are plenty of Texans leaving as well. More than 32,000 left for California last year.
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    Oct 11, 2014 2:44 AM GMT
    Trust me, after the misandric "affirmative consent" law was passed and signed into law in California, expect an exodus of young men from California.
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    Oct 11, 2014 3:57 AM GMT
    libertpaulian saidTrust me, after the misandric "affirmative consent" law was passed and signed into law in California, expect an exodus of young men from California.


    Why? so straight men can sexually assault their women in another state? icon_rolleyes.gif


    I had heard something about it so I had to look it up cause I didn't pay attention. Yes, it does appear on the outside to be a liberal minded law if that is what you are implying. If you 'know' California, people here want to save the planet, the animals, the water, the air, the people, the food, the sky, the energy..etc. Its a non stop barrage of anti or preventative-ness of everything on earth, including condoms and the kitchen sink.

    However, I would take all this crap (including plastic bag bans) over a state like Texas who doesn't give a shit about anything except its money making corporations, serving its under educated and over fed population. This consent law must be the "yes means yes" thing I have read about. Sexual assault has always been derived from heterosexual couples or heterosexual strangers attacking each other. Its only recent history that LGBT sexual assault has ever been reported on. Gay men, in particular, have a way with non verbal cues when ready to hook up consensually, sex is easy for us to obtain. This consent law will send a message to exclusive heterosexual men who for what ever reason seemed to be hard wired (add alcohol) and a bit confused when a women says "yes", then turns around and says "no" (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus), straight men "don't get" their women. Straight men, republican in particular, have had history thinking women are something to own, as in property, should be barefoot and pregnant. If anything, the law will curb the straight horny men's hormones, they will still get into trouble though if any alcohol impaired judgment is involved. She could fuck up to and not remember she said yes when her judgments was also impaired. I believe this law applies to freshman year college students.

    California comes up with a lot a stupid things, but its better than nothing at all as in some states. icon_rolleyes.gif

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/03/living/affirmative-consent-school-policy/
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    Oct 11, 2014 4:13 AM GMT

    Interesting, this consent law does not apply to gay men icon_lol.gif


    The policy reads today much as it did then: "Consent means verbally asking and verbally giving or denying consent for all levels of sexual behavior."

    Consent is required regardless of the parties' relationship, prior sexual history or current activity ("Grinding on the dance floor is not consent for further sexual activity," the policy reads). It cannot be given if the person is intoxicated, unconscious or asleep
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    Oct 11, 2014 5:03 AM GMT
    scruffLA said
    Interesting, this consent law does not apply to gay men icon_lol.gif


    The policy reads today much as it did then: "Consent means verbally asking and verbally giving or denying consent for all levels of sexual behavior."

    Consent is required regardless of the parties' relationship, prior sexual history or current activity ("Grinding on the dance floor is not consent for further sexual activity," the policy reads). It cannot be given if the person is intoxicated, unconscious or asleep

    The problem is that there are women who may have consented at the time of the sexual encounter, but may regret it in the morning, and then cry rape to evade responsibility for their behavior.
  • metta

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    Oct 11, 2014 7:43 AM GMT
    It can be so cheap to purchase a home in many parts of Texas. You can buy a home in many parts of Texas that would be less than what you need as a minimum down payment on a home in most of California. Their property taxes tend to be higher based on %. They don't have a Prop 13. The people that I have known who have moved to Texas from California are usually lower wage earners and they were hoping for more opportunity. All of the ones I have known that did move there have since come back because they did not like it.

    I have never heard anyone say that California has a shortage of people. icon_wink.gif
  • roadbikeRob

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    Oct 11, 2014 2:49 PM GMT

    Not only do people from California leave the lone star shithole after awhile, people from just about every other state that moved to Texas in search of a better life, end up abandoning Texas as well. I am from New York and I lived in Texas for about ten years after my Army stint. I got fed up with Texans feeling of superiority and their arrogant, secessionist attitudes that I left that shitty, featureless, dull, garbage dump of a state and returned home to Buffalo which is a much better, friendlier, more affordable and architecturally beautiful city than that sprawled out shithole of billboards, strip plazas, overhead power lines, pawnshops, and sleazy bars known as Austin.