Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by BiPolarBear, Nov 22, 2017.
Somewhere in the Phoenix area, cheap tickets, warm weather 365, sign me up.
Toronto close 2nd.
Even as a Flyers fan, I don't think I'd choose Philly and would stick with Toronto.
To change scenario though I have lost much of my French, Montreal would be #1 for me.
Follow up question... which is the last place you'd want to go?
I cant handle the heat, so Arizona might be it.
Calgary, Minnesotan Twin Cities (St. Paul-Minneapolis), or Raleigh. Calgary because it's a beautiful city with great people and just a nice place with affordable housing. Minnesota because it's a beautiful state with a great hockey passion and a great place to raise family (Twin cities). Raleigh is the cheapest place to watch hockey and raise a family, great area as well. Also one of the best high tech markets in the world currently surprisingly enough.
Culture really isn't even that good lol. Never have I felt more outcasted in my life being in Vancouver and China, and tat's being of Chinese descent myself...
Montreal. I live there now, and would continue to. As a second part-time city I'd like to live in Monte Carlo.
Washington. Front row seat for the annual choke job.
I've lived in Maryland for a year, liked the area. So I'll say DC. Although I'd probably want to live outside of the city.
Boston's nice, too cold though. Same goes for all of the Canadian and northern US cities.
South Florida is nice to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there, so I'll rule out Tampa & Miami.
Raleigh wouldn't be too bad. Nashville may be pretty decent as well.
I currently live 25 minutes from GRA and am a Coyotes STH. I wasn't born here and likely wont stay much longer; it's hot as balls and I can retire if I choose.
If I'm thinking fiscally, I'm going to a state with no income tax:
1. Vegas (the town kind of sucks, but it's close enough to Mammoth Mountain and the ocean, I think I can deal)
2. Nashville (though they do tax investment income)
3. Tampa Bay
If I don't care at all, and simply go based on emotion/team liking and geography:
4. St. Paul
If I'm dreaming and want geography and no income tax:
I absolutely love the city of Chicago....the taxes, the politics and the Blackhawks, not so much.
If I could move anywhere it'd be Denver. Love everything about Colorado.
I'm ignoring the 'family income', b/c it would be complicated for me...
Assuming a single income of $100,000 I'd move to,
With a larger single income i'd move to,