simply not true. i guess if you hate nature and lakes you would be bored but there are many nice cities and places to go as well as some of the best nature in all of USA, and certainly the best lakes of any state by far
source: lived here for my entire life
Yeah guess that's true, but I have a feeling that we have a lot of fake people here who keep saying they have other accounts that are much older but actually they only have one account (or maybe even two) and that is the 2019 one
Have lived in Washington for the past 2 years and I second this opinion. I lived in Maryland for most of my life, and also in Florida for a few years. I really like living in Washington, I'm near the mountains about 25 miles east of Seattle.
Los Angeles or Hawaii, I've been to both and they both seem good (Hawaii seems better) you just gotta know where to go. Los Angeles and Hawaii because there is beach and also lots of shit I'm interested in
LA is too hot? It has some of the best weather on the planet based on most people's preference for 70-78 degree weather. Also LA is very spread out so aside from the traffic, which you mentioned separately, it never feels like too many people. How do you have such a stupid point of view?
Literally the worst state in this country, do not move there. New Orleans is cool for a trip (super dangerous city if you go to the wrong areas), Baton Rouge is kind of nice as well as Lafayette. Everything that Tom Segura said in his stand up about this state is true.
The best states I’ve ever been to - North Carolina, California, Texas, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maine, Washington, and Florida. All the others I really didn’t care for. Btw this is for everyone in EU. You’ve all likely been to most of the countries around where you live. In NA, most people never make it to all the states in NA or even a quarter of them. People in NA for the most part don’t travel a lot due to the shitty amount of vacation time we get.
LMAO yeah maybe if you are living in an inner city ghetto, but not in the vast majority of places in the US. That's like saying everywhere in your country is equally as safe as the border region where they were fighting ISIS.
Maybe don't believe everything about the US that you read in your state-run media that doesn't like the US.
Not too hot, Metropolis of at least 250.000, but great nature within a few hours travel.
Actually I would be looking for an american version of Stockholm/Sweden.
(Been to New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. Too big for me)
I think Texas would be way too hot for me, I´m Scandinavian. But would love to see the nature. I was very impressed by museums in NY and Philly - americans really know how to make those great. Theaters, concerts and Standup too.
North Dakota is pretty cool. Low taxes, lots of jobs, beautiful summers, light gun control and not a lot of riff raff. But, you have to deal with living in a tundra for 6 months.
Minneapolis hits your criteria for size, lots of nature, and winters more mild than North dakota. Though minnesota is very liberal and high taxes.
Washington is the state for you my man, not too hot or too cold, and get all 4 seasons. The winter can be kind of depressing 4 months of 35-50 degree rainy days usually, but if you like skiing or snowboarding there are tons of amazing mountains to hit.
somewhere cold, with a lot of space for a big house and a good internet connection. i don't want it to be warmer then 24 degrees Celsius (75.4 Fahrenheit ) in the summer. winter is allowed to be as cold as -20 Celsius (-4 Fahrenheit). colder is okay tho. crime rate as low as possible! it would also be really nice if i could go to the supermarket etc without to much troubles.
could you tell me a state that is suited for me
Maryland, when it comes to my field of work - it’s one of the better paying.
Baltimore/D.C(yes technically it’s not in Maryland, but it’s 1 hour from Baltimore so close enough.)
If we’re talking quality of life and, where I’d like to live - New Orleans.
I would've chosen Cali or Florida because their amazing weather but... earthquakes, tornados etc.
Then maybe NC Charlotte cuz I've heard it's the second largest financial/banking center in the US so i can easily find a job there. No cataclysms, not bad weather, nice economy. I think it's the smartest choice.
Maybe Pennsylvania or Illinois too, because of family.
By the house right next to the canadian-usa border. At some point along the border, doesn't it go through a street that goes along the border in he weirdest way? Lemme just live on the other side of that street.