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Thread started 11/06/17 3:24pm

heartbeatocean

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If you could live anywhere in the world...

where would it be, and why?

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Reply #1 posted 11/06/17 4:52pm

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Somewhere similar or a tadbit cooler weather of where I already live, where I could see the ocean everyday, and no congestion and better bus routes or everything is in walking distance. And I won't get pretty much eaten alive by insects.

Where I live now, pretty much has those things except the congestion is getting staggering and it's building every year, I don't see growing old here pleasant unless you are very well off financially and even then it's questionable because the cost of living is nutz.

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Reply #2 posted 11/06/17 4:53pm

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Well, it wouldn't be just one place. It would be something like this:

December - February - Angel Fire, New Mexico. I love to ski

March - Houston, TX. Gotta be here for the rodeo!

April - June - Somewhere in Europe. Start with Switzerland, then rotate among great cities like Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Vienna and London

July - September - Back to Angel Fire, NM. So pretty in the summer!

October - November - Oxford, MS. Ole Miss football season, can't be beat!

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Reply #3 posted 11/06/17 5:25pm

heartbeatocean

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RodeoSchro said:

Well, it wouldn't be just one place. It would be something like this:

December - February - Angel Fire, New Mexico. I love to ski

March - Houston, TX. Gotta be here for the rodeo!

April - June - Somewhere in Europe. Start with Switzerland, then rotate among great cities like Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Vienna and London

July - September - Back to Angel Fire, NM. So pretty in the summer!

October - November - Oxford, MS. Ole Miss football season, can't be beat!

Do you live in Houston?

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Reply #4 posted 11/06/17 5:27pm

heartbeatocean

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morningsong said:

Somewhere similar or a tadbit cooler weather of where I already live, where I could see the ocean everyday, and no congestion and better bus routes or everything is in walking distance. And I won't get pretty much eaten alive by insects.

Where I live now, pretty much has those things except the congestion is getting staggering and it's building every year, I don't see growing old here pleasant unless you are very well off financially and even then it's questionable because the cost of living is nutz.

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thumbs up!

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Reply #5 posted 11/06/17 5:49pm

TrivialPursuit

Near the equator. Constant warmth, a place where wearing shoes would be as odd as putting on a parka. Or the Maldives.

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Reply #6 posted 11/06/17 6:02pm

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heartbeatocean said:

RodeoSchro said:

Well, it wouldn't be just one place. It would be something like this:

December - February - Angel Fire, New Mexico. I love to ski

March - Houston, TX. Gotta be here for the rodeo!

April - June - Somewhere in Europe. Start with Switzerland, then rotate among great cities like Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Vienna and London

July - September - Back to Angel Fire, NM. So pretty in the summer!

October - November - Oxford, MS. Ole Miss football season, can't be beat!

Do you live in Houston?



Yes, most of the time.

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Reply #7 posted 11/06/17 6:41pm

heartbeatocean

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TrivialPursuit said:

Near the equator. Constant warmth, a place where wearing shoes would be as odd as putting on a parka. Or the Maldives.

I have long had a dream to live where I could step out my front door barefoot and walk to the ocean.

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Reply #8 posted 11/06/17 8:13pm

TrivialPursuit

heartbeatocean said:

TrivialPursuit said:

Near the equator. Constant warmth, a place where wearing shoes would be as odd as putting on a parka. Or the Maldives.

I have long had a dream to live where I could step out my front door barefoot and walk to the ocean.


I mean theoretically, you can do that no matter where you live, but yeah - shorter commute. I just need a little secure place, an outdoor shower, friendly locals, natural food, a little work during the tourist season, and some sex in the forest. haha

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Reply #9 posted 11/06/17 8:46pm

heartbeatocean

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TrivialPursuit said:

heartbeatocean said:

I have long had a dream to live where I could step out my front door barefoot and walk to the ocean.


I mean theoretically, you can do that no matter where you live, but yeah - shorter commute. I just need a little secure place, an outdoor shower, friendly locals, natural food, a little work during the tourist season, and some sex in the forest. haha

Sounds doable.

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Reply #10 posted 11/07/17 5:06am

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TrivialPursuit said:

Near the equator. Constant warmth, a place where wearing shoes would be as odd as putting on a parka. Or the Maldives.



That describes the Ambergris Caye in Belize. I haven't been there in 25 years but it was EXACTLY what you described. I really want to go back!

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Reply #11 posted 11/07/17 7:24am

XxAxX

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actually, right here in Minneapolis

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Reply #12 posted 11/07/17 10:01am

Empress

Maui in the winter

Toronto in the summer

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Reply #13 posted 11/07/17 5:34pm

214

Somewhere far from the coast, i hate hot temperatures.

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Reply #14 posted 11/07/17 6:22pm

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Reply #15 posted 11/07/17 6:27pm

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In a posh bed and bath with a willing Kelsey Chow, Kristin Kreuk, Elizabeth Berkley, Phoebe Cates, Demi Rose Mawby, Cassidy Hubbarth, and 3 other gals u all wouldn't know....

That's where I'D be lol
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Reply #16 posted 11/07/17 8:35pm

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214 said:

Somewhere far from the coast, i hate hot temperatures.

inland is cooler than the coast?

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Reply #17 posted 11/07/17 8:38pm

RJOrion

im happy right here...i love Minnesota...

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Reply #18 posted 11/07/17 8:44pm

heartbeatocean

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Here's what I like:

Active arts community/subculture.

International mix of people, a crossroads.

Ancient history.

Visually compelling, beauty to the eye.

Nonconformity.

Decent standard of living.

Spooky atmosphere.

Dramatic weather.

No guns.

Anyone know of such a place?

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Reply #19 posted 11/07/17 8:45pm

heartbeatocean

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RJOrion said:

im happy right here...i love Minnesota...

It's high on my list! Thinking of moving back there.

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Reply #20 posted 11/08/17 9:02am

RodeoSchro

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heartbeatocean said:

Here's what I like:

Active arts community/subculture.

International mix of people, a crossroads.

Ancient history.

Visually compelling, beauty to the eye.

Nonconformity.

Decent standard of living.

Spooky atmosphere.

Dramatic weather.

No guns.

Anyone know of such a place?



London?

The biggest developer in Houston, and one of the biggest in the world, is a guy named Gerald Hines. I heard him speak about urban planning one time and he said the greatest city in the world is London. I've never been there but I'm sure Hines knows what he's talking about.

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Reply #21 posted 11/08/17 9:59am

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heartbeatocean said:

International mix of people, a crossroads.

Dubai. That's like that.

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Reply #22 posted 11/08/17 11:19am

Symaine

Without any doubts Miami. Near the Ocean. Always hot. Always feeling good. Nearly no health problems! Amazing city. Been there once, amazing place!

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Reply #23 posted 11/08/17 12:29pm

EvilAngel

7 inches deep in Scarlett Johansson's pussy.

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Reply #24 posted 11/08/17 1:12pm

TheFman

I am thinking about that question for years, since i have the possibility to go live there as soon as i identified the place.
Problem is... there isn't such place on Earth.
I hate cold, I love water, i hate violence and strict laws or bureaucracy, i hate poisenous or disease-bearing animals, i love liberal atmosphere, i dont like too high prices, I love good kitchen, i totally hate rain and winds, and like where people are friendly and there is a rich culture.

Impossible combination.

There are a few 'as good as it gets' places, but nothing to take me away from my current place (which has all of the above, besides the most important two things: water and all-year round warm weather)

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Reply #25 posted 11/08/17 1:14pm

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RodeoSchro said:

heartbeatocean said:

Here's what I like:

Active arts community/subculture.

International mix of people, a crossroads.

Ancient history.

Visually compelling, beauty to the eye.

Nonconformity.

Decent standard of living.

Spooky atmosphere.

Dramatic weather.

No guns.

Anyone know of such a place?



London?

The biggest developer in Houston, and one of the biggest in the world, is a guy named Gerald Hines. I heard him speak about urban planning one time and he said the greatest city in the world is London. I've never been there but I'm sure Hines knows what he's talking about.

London indeed fits this picture very well. I love London, but it's a bit smallish to me and again no water or all-year round warm climate.

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Reply #26 posted 11/08/17 2:00pm

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heartbeatocean said:

Here's what I like:

Active arts community/subculture.

International mix of people, a crossroads.

Ancient history.

Visually compelling, beauty to the eye.

Nonconformity.

Decent standard of living.

Spooky atmosphere.

Dramatic weather.

No guns.

Anyone know of such a place?

Just your imagination runnin away with you.

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Reply #27 posted 11/08/17 2:01pm

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EvilAngel said:

7 inches deep in Scarlett Johansson's pussy.

Keep dreamin.

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Reply #28 posted 11/08/17 2:13pm

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214 said:

EvilAngel said:

7 inches deep in Scarlett Johansson's pussy.

Keep dreamin.

Well...if she keeps spitting out children... she's gonna have to start checkin it in at the baggage claim.

Hold onto your dreams.

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Reply #29 posted 11/09/17 3:32pm

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TheFman said:

London indeed fits this picture very well. I love London, but it's a bit smallish to me and again no water or all-year round warm climate.


Smallish? How so?

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