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Jess's DQ: 2/16/12
Question of the Day: Welcome to my world!  You HAVE to transfer somewhere in the United States...you can't pick Hawai'i, that's too easy...So - where's your first pick?
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64%a. My first pick would be...
32%b. I have a few places...
0%c. I would go wherever
5%d. I don't wanna play

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#7 | 980 days ago



I think i will choose Maine !


Can move into one of the smaller fishing village area's where it is quiet and slow living and out the way enough to not be bothered. Great supply of fresh seafood year around , nice climate with mild summers and get to see some snow in the winter. Close enough to Lake Champlain to get in some "Champ" searching and inland fishing. Maybe i like it cause it is at least somewhat like living here.
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#1 | 980 days ago

Dallas Ft.Worth- TX
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#2 | 980 days ago

Where is there a place in the US that has a mostly liberal urban population that allows conceled weapons with a permit outside of Texas?? And also outside of the entire south for that matter.
#3 | 980 days ago

Houston, TX... I hear the housing market is reasonable there and it's only about a 3 or 4 hour commute to Arlington to see the Cowboys play. wink
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#4 | 980 days ago

San Diego - specifically La Jolla.  In fact, I'd choose SD over Hawaii. 
#5 | 980 days ago
unopescatore (+)

South Jersey. lol nah...this is easy.....Eastern Shore of Maryland
#6 | 980 days ago

San Diego
Seattle
West Palm Beach FL
Any other place south of the Mason-Dixon Line
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#7 | 980 days ago



I think i will choose Maine !


Can move into one of the smaller fishing village area's where it is quiet and slow living and out the way enough to not be bothered. Great supply of fresh seafood year around , nice climate with mild summers and get to see some snow in the winter. Close enough to Lake Champlain to get in some "Champ" searching and inland fishing. Maybe i like it cause it is at least somewhat like living here.
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#8 | 980 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:


I think i will choose Maine !


Can move into one of the smaller fishing village area's where it is quiet and slow living and out the way enough to not be bothered. Great supply of fresh seafood year around , nice climate with mild summers and get to see some snow in the winter. Close enough to Lake Champlain to get in some "Champ" searching and inland fishing. Maybe i like it cause it is at least somewhat like living here.
I've lived in Maine, and it's nothing how you described....are you reading a brochure or something?
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#9 | 980 days ago

The Outer Banks comes to mind, like Sid I would be fine with a coastal village along Maine, the Pacific coastline would be pretty cool. There are other places, I'm sure, but they better have saltwater close by. 
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#10 | 980 days ago

Shenandoah Valley, West Virginia or Belize
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#11 | 980 days ago
unopescatore (+)

JenX63 wrote:
I've lived in Maine, and it's nothing how you described....are you reading a brochure or something?
he don't wanna be there in winter, that's for sure. Acadia National Park was one of the nicest most scenic places I've ever been too....we we're picking lobster out of water. so give us the real story. ;)
#12 | 980 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
I've lived in Maine, and it's nothing how you described....are you reading a brochure or something?


Well never having been there i can only go by what i have seen on tv programs etc. which part of maine did u live in ?  did u live along the coast on more inland ? 
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#13 | 980 days ago

Cooperstown, N.Y.
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#14 | 980 days ago

What is it about guys and Maine? My husband wanted to go to Maine too. He put several picks in there - almost as many as he put in for mainland Florida. I can assure you - if we'd been informed we were moving to Maine this week instead of Washington, I would have cried for three days...or more.
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#15 | 980 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

Sharp Square wrote:


I think i will choose Maine !


Can move into one of the smaller fishing village area's where it is quiet and slow living and out the way enough to not be bothered. Great supply of fresh seafood year around , nice climate with mild summers and get to see some snow in the winter. Close enough to Lake Champlain to get in some "Champ" searching and inland fishing. Maybe i like it cause it is at least somewhat like living here.
We can see if we can get a two-fer, cause that's where I'm going. wink  I think that's a wink, or it's bells palsey one or the other. 
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#16 | 980 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

beerstudk wrote:
Where is there a place in the US that has a mostly liberal urban population that allows conceled weapons with a permit outside of Texas?? And also outside of the entire south for that matter.
Well if by liberal you mean you can sleep with your sister, than Arkansas.   laugh
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#17 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
What is it about guys and Maine? My husband wanted to go to Maine too. He put several picks in there - almost as many as he put in for mainland Florida. I can assure you - if we'd been informed we were moving to Maine this week instead of Washington, I would have cried for three days...or more.



Great minds ?  cheeky
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#18 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
What is it about guys and Maine? My husband wanted to go to Maine too. He put several picks in there - almost as many as he put in for mainland Florida. I can assure you - if we'd been informed we were moving to Maine this week instead of Washington, I would have cried for three days...or more.
Because it's pretty fantastic.. In the summer's anyway. But I'm biased, my dad was born and raised there and we used to visit every summer. yes

As for myself, I would pick SoCal
#19 | 980 days ago

cubsgirl2 wrote:
We can see if we can get a two-fer, cause that's where I'm going. wink  I think that's a wink, or it's bells palsey one or the other. 


Im in smiley
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#20 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
What is it about guys and Maine? My husband wanted to go to Maine too. He put several picks in there - almost as many as he put in for mainland Florida. I can assure you - if we'd been informed we were moving to Maine this week instead of Washington, I would have cried for three days...or more.
Are you moving to Washington State or Washington DC? I'm about 45 mins southeast of DC.
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#21 | 980 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Are you moving to Washington State or Washington DC? I'm about 45 mins southeast of DC.
Washington State - the Olympic Peninsula. I suppose it's probably comparable to Maine, but very little snow in the coastal areas, if any.
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#22 | 980 days ago

Where is Kevin?
#23 | 980 days ago

cubsgirl2 wrote:
Well if by liberal you mean you can sleep with your sister, than Arkansas.   laugh
I'd give you respect, cuz that was funny, but I'm at my 'limit' for the day. And I believe Arkansas is in the South, at least it's close enough to the south for me to consider it south. I mean liberal as in they won't shove god down my throat.
#24 | 980 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:


Well never having been there i can only go by what i have seen on tv programs etc. which part of maine did u live in ?  did u live along the coast on more inland ? 
Portland, it's coastal.
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#25 | 980 days ago

unopescatore wrote:
he don't wanna be there in winter, that's for sure. Acadia National Park was one of the nicest most scenic places I've ever been too....we we're picking lobster out of water. so give us the real story. ;)
What real story? lol, that makes me laugh.
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#26 | 980 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
Because it's pretty fantastic.. In the summer's anyway. But I'm biased, my dad was born and raised there and we used to visit every summer. yes

As for myself, I would pick SoCal
Totally agree. Summers in Maine are great (we'd go every summer to beaches in Old Orchard, Kennebunkport etc.), but if you're not a cold weather person you DO NOT want any part of that come winter.

Side note: I was born in Kittery on a Naval (Air Force) base that was also home to the "Alcatraz" of the East. HA! So I have a soft spot for Maine.

I'd also want to go So Cal, maybe San Diego. It's gorgeous there.
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#27 | 980 days ago
unopescatore (+)

JenX63 wrote:
What real story? lol, that makes me laugh.
stop playing coy Jen. lol I believe Portland has a nice little sand beach...which are few and far between in Maine.
#28 | 980 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
Portland, it's coastal.



Yea i would def stay away from the bigger city part of things like Portland. I think it may be kind of like Louisiana in that if u go to New Orleans and surrounding area's and visit and then come here to Cajun country you would think you were in a completely different state because it really is that different from one area to another and the same for North Louisiana. Im not sure if that is correct for Maine too because i haven't been there but.

Im more the small town population 5k and under type and hell even 2k etc kind of area to move to within 5 mins of the coast or right on it if possible. Town with a post office , 1 gas station , and 1 red light suits me just fine.
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#29 | 980 days ago

Somewhere in Southern California near the water.
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#30 | 980 days ago
Nick__ (+)

La Jolla, CA
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#31 | 980 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:



Yea i would def stay away from the bigger city part of things like Portland. I think it may be kind of like Louisiana in that if u go to New Orleans and surrounding area's and visit and then come here to Cajun country you would think you were in a completely different state because it really is that different from one area to another and the same for North Louisiana. Im not sure if that is correct for Maine too because i haven't been there but.

Im more the small town population 5k and under type and hell even 2k etc kind of area to move to within 5 mins of the coast or right on it if possible. Town with a post office , 1 gas station , and 1 red light suits me just fine.
True it's the largest city in Maine, but it didn't feel crowded. For me personally, weather was horrible, people were meh, coming from Cali to there, I wished I hadn't.
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#32 | 980 days ago

unopescatore wrote:
stop playing coy Jen. lol I believe Portland has a nice little sand beach...which are few and far between in Maine.
I'm still lost, sorry. Maybe after a nap my brain will work.
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#33 | 980 days ago

(Edited by Sharp Square)
JenX63 wrote:
True it's the largest city in Maine, but it didn't feel crowded. For me personally, weather was horrible, people were meh, coming from Cali to there, I wished I hadn't.



Oh yes i can imagine from Cali to the harsher winters esp would be a real shock to the system. May be the same for me and i would be outta there after one winter lol being also from a more tropical like climate although im much more of a winter person compared to most down here but its not close to the same when everything is ice and ya in 2-3 ft of snow etc.
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#34 | 980 days ago
unopescatore (+)

JenX63 wrote:
I'm still lost, sorry. Maybe after a nap my brain will work.
it's me...not you....no worries. ;)
#35 | 980 days ago

San Diego, Ca
Seattle, WA
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#36 | 980 days ago

Outter Banks. Maine would work also.
#37 | 980 days ago

PHOENIX..................really folks.......its a DRYYYYYYYYYY HEAT...........lmao..............frown
#38 | 980 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
True it's the largest city in Maine, but it didn't feel crowded. For me personally, weather was horrible, people were meh, coming from Cali to there, I wished I hadn't.
If you really want isolated coast, Northern Cali, Oregon, & Washington, are absolutely breath taking, and lots of little "one stop light" towns......
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#39 | 980 days ago

Mount Airy, North Carolina. 
#40 | 980 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:



Oh yes i can imagine from Cali to the harsher winters esp would be a real shock to the system. May be the same for me and i would be outta there after one winter lol being also from a more tropical like climate although im much more of a winter person compared to most down here but its not close to the same when everything is ice and ya in 2-3 ft of snow etc.
I meant to reply to you but replied to myself, I'm tired, nap time....i've lived on both coasts, west northern is the ultimate for what you are looking for Sid. You would'nt be disappointed.
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#41 | 980 days ago

Montana
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#42 | 980 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
I meant to reply to you but replied to myself, I'm tired, nap time....i've lived on both coasts, west northern is the ultimate for what you are looking for Sid. You would'nt be disappointed.
It's also sasquatch country...right up his alley!
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#43 | 980 days ago

WISAC1 wrote:
Montana
Where in Montana? Another state my husband and other family loves but I despise...but I've been all over. It is beautiful (in some areas - extremely ugly in others), but too far inland for my taste.
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#44 | 980 days ago

I'll have to research this a bit, but front runners  would be Oregon, Massachusetts, and probably Utah (lord help them and me) for teaching.
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#45 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
It's also sasquatch country...right up his alley!
"Hold up....did you hear that?  Sounded like a squatch...but it could of been an elk.  I think it was a squatch though.  It's squatchy as hell out here." 
#46 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
It's also sasquatch country...right up his alley!

Exactly, it's his Utopia....(thank god you were here to stop my rambling) :) I had a point but could'nt type it.
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#47 | 980 days ago

Nashville, TN
Dallas, TX
Anacortes, WA
#48 | 980 days ago
BDV4U (+)

I would go back to the Baseball Capital of the World - St. Louis.

If not, home, maybe someplace in the south, so I can continue to coach & umpire baseball.
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#49 | 980 days ago

San Francisco, California
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#50 | 980 days ago

Jess wrote:
Washington State - the Olympic Peninsula. I suppose it's probably comparable to Maine, but very little snow in the coastal areas, if any.
Congratys- your more or less going home angel
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#51 | 980 days ago

Lobotomy Jones wrote:
Somewhere in Southern California near the water.
What he said, mos def
#52 | 980 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
If you really want isolated coast, Northern Cali, Oregon, & Washington, are absolutely breath taking, and lots of little "one stop light" towns......
I grew up in one of those "one stop light" towns.... great fishing!!!
#53 | 980 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
"Hold up....did you hear that?  Sounded like a squatch...but it could of been an elk.  I think it was a squatch though.  It's squatchy as hell out here." 
No joke.... there is an actual club that meets once a month and goes out looking for Bigfoot here in Eugene
#54 | 980 days ago

(Edited by Sharp Square)
Jess wrote:
It's also sasquatch country...right up his alley!


Yes and now (sasquatch and all) has me second guessing my Maine choice , now i have to do more research for little towns in the west northern area ! 



"I do think there's a Squatch in these woods" indecision
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#55 | 980 days ago

sisyphus1992 wrote:
Mount Airy, North Carolina. 
It id God's country you know?
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#56 | 980 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

BDV4U wrote:
I would go back to the Baseball Capital of the World - St. Louis.

If not, home, maybe someplace in the south, so I can continue to coach & umpire baseball.
Thank you, I needed a really good laugh today. smiley
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#57 | 980 days ago
BDV4U (+)

cubsgirl2 wrote:
Thank you, I needed a really good laugh today. smiley
Mirror broken?
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#58 | 979 days ago

beerstudk wrote:
I grew up in one of those "one stop light" towns.... great fishing!!!
Wow, I just saw you're from Eugene. I lived in Sweethome. Sister #2 lives in Albany.
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#59 | 979 days ago

Jess wrote:
Washington State - the Olympic Peninsula. I suppose it's probably comparable to Maine, but very little snow in the coastal areas, if any.
HI JESS YOUR COMMENT IS SURE,OK
#60 | 979 days ago

#61 | 979 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

BDV4U wrote:
Mirror broken?
No, but watch it, before I say mirror mirror on the wall. 


Glenda may be a good and beautiful witch, but, a witch is still a witch. cool
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#62 | 979 days ago

Jess wrote:
Where in Montana? Another state my husband and other family loves but I despise...but I've been all over. It is beautiful (in some areas - extremely ugly in others), but too far inland for my taste.
since seeing "a river runs through it" i figured the area where that was filmed would be awesome. Bozeman.
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#63 | 979 days ago

Sorry folks, but living in the Pacific Northwest is already the best, but if i had to move somewhere else it would have to be a metro area with one of my favorite teams like Dallas or Boston.
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#64 | 976 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
Oh, I love this so much! Merci.
#65 | 976 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Oh, I love this so much! Merci.
Je t'en prie.
#66 | 975 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
Je t'en prie.
How sexy.
#67 | 975 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
How sexy.
If you heard me actually speak it, you'd tell me to sit my ass down.indecision

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