cali is on fire.... again

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Celerity

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Gun laws that guns from the hands of citizens, yet has no effect on the crime rates, the kiddie porn industry, Arnold Schwarzenegger claiming to have witnessed NAZI SS when he was growing up, Rolling power outages, Mexifornians, off-shore IT ships full of indian slave workers....

What's not to like about California ?

-> Steve
 

b204dr

Senior Member
overload of mexifornians - minnesota has on record 60,000 illeagal mexican immigrants. tells you what the front door from mexico will have - xxx million nationally
 

dveit

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VIP
Cali is on fire again... what a suprise. :roll:
 

Celerity

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I couldn't imagine what a Mexican would possibly find attractive about Minnesota. Nords and Mexicans, what a combination.

Colorado was loaded with them too... But Coloradoans seemed to like them more than Californians at the time.

->Steve
 

hybrid89

thistownsucks...
I love how everyone that doesn't live in CALI...seems to know everythng about it and hates it so much. Yeah I admit...alot of things suck...but we have alot of shit you don't and will never have!
 

Think

Senior Member
Originally posted by hybrid89@Jul 14 2005, 01:15 PM
I love how everyone that doesn't live in CALI...seems to know everythng about it and hates it so much. Yeah I admit...alot of things suck...but we have alot of shit you don't and will never have!
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Such as ?
 

MikeBergy

Blah blah blah....
Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Jul 14 2005, 11:27 AM
smog?
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I love how you all look at the big city parts of california, and apply it to the whole state. That is a load of crap. There is absolutely no smog where I live, the ocean and hills are beautiful year round, temperate climate pretty much year round. So I can be working on my car in the middle of winter OUTSIDE, without freezing my ass off, while yall NE people have trouble laying on the garage floor anytime before march. Same with summer. The temperature stays between 35-95 degrees year round 24hrs/day with a very few exceptions. Not to mention we can surf in our oceans, drive 3 hours to the snow/mtns, have some awesome country roads to drive/ride. We have all the perks you have except for we pay more and get more. As for earthquakes, I have only been in one, and I have live in Cali all 24 years of my life. Never been affected by wildfires directly, and have never been the victim of any major natural disater. Oh yeah, did I mention we have good weather year round? :p
 

b204dr

Senior Member
Originally posted by Celerity@Jul 14 2005, 02:32 PM
Pristine coastline ?but according to scientist will be a coast one day
Cities of the future ? wont be a city once its in the ocean
Affordable living ? affordable :blink:
Cheap taxes ? go arnold !
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posol

RETIRED
good weather is a personal opinion.

me, i like having all 4 seasons. watching the leaves change, playing in the snow....

i would never consider a static weather period to be a perk.
 

Celerity

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Lewis Black once said "The easiest job in the world is the weatherman in San Diego.....'So what are we looking at Lewis?' 'Well... It's. it's ... It's nice!'"

I too prefer seasons, I love playin in the snow and snow-days off of work when the roads are closed down only to plows and people like me thinking it's the "best day for going offroading"

Colorado was plagued by fires, and in the mountains you couldn't smoke outdoors (And hit with HEAVY fines for tossing a butt out the window) But you could see all 4 seasons in one day if you wanted to out there.

-> Steve
 

hybrid89

thistownsucks...
Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Jul 14 2005, 01:54 PM
good weather is a personal opinion.

me, i like having all 4 seasons. watching the leaves change, playing in the snow....

i would never consider a static weather period to be a perk.
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I don't have to shovel snow to get out my door.
i don't have to wait for my doors to thaw on my car to open them after it snows
I don't have to deal with nasty swamp ass form humidity.

I can go to the beach or snowboard in the same day within 2 hours for each other
I can wear shorts in the middle of winter @ midnite.
I can see all the beautiful pussy in tight shorts and skirt almost year around...not parkas and sweats!
 

posol

RETIRED
Originally posted by hybrid89+Jul 14 2005, 03:11 PM-->
I don't have to shovel snow to get out my door.
i don't have to wait for my doors to thaw on my car to open them after it snows
I don't have to deal with nasty swamp ass form humidity.

I can go to the beach or snowboard in the same day within 2 hours for each other
I can wear shorts in the middle of winter @ midnite.
I can see all the beautiful pussy in tight shorts and skirt almost year around...not parkas and sweats!
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I've never been snowed in where i needed a shovel to get out the door.
i've rarely waited for my doors to thaw out. a few radom times, in an ice storm, locks got frozen.... but thats rare.
swamp ass- gold bond y0.

I can go to the beach or snowboard withing 1 hour of each other. doesn't mean either is the prime time to do so :p
i hardly ever wear shorts, so who cares. lol
there's plenty of hot girls here too... and a chick in sweats/pj's is sooo hot :p

hybrid89
@Jul 14 2005, 03:12 PM
NO FUCKING RUST ON MY RIDES!
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rust is from salt and lack of maintence. after it snows/roads salted, you go to the car wash.

i've never owned a car that i bought without rust, gained rust.

its all about taking care of it.

the sea breeze/salty air isn't any better for rust than a salty winter road.
 

b204dr

Senior Member
dont take it so personal- some people love where they are born/n/er/ raised -= me i wanna go to nihongo(japan)
 
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