Do u like where u live?

I live right smack in the center of the universe.

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I don’t agree that the US is the center of the universe.
@Jonnybegood

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Ha ha me neither! New York City I was thinking which I live 40 minutes from! It was kind of a joke though :wink:

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I live in tn… the trees are changing colours and its almost hoodie weather… its not bad… mostly friendly people… the cost of living is decent…

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That all sounds awesome, perfect weather this time of year, it’s too cold up here in Yankee country. People are cold too. Plus the cost of living is outrageous. If it weren’t for my parents I want to be able to live here. If I ever lost them I would definitely move to someplace like Tennessee.

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I live in California and love it! The people are nice, the weather is nice, when I was working, the jobs were good. I also like the scenery. Very happy here.

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that is an excellent question.
I like strictly religious Israel, that avoids TV and internet and secular newspapers and radio and strictly observes Jewish religious law.
I hate Israeli secular culture like TV,newspapers, and I hate Israeli websites.
So, by and large, I love strictly religious(haredi) Israel, and I hate secular and softly religious Israel.

What I tend to do now is , if I get well, to quit the internet entirely, quit TV and non-religious newspapers,
and isolate myself and just live among religious hardliners in Israel and strictly observe Jewish law.

England. Shropshire. Yes I love it here. It’s beautiful. I did live abroad for a few years and I enjoyed it there too but I am glad to be back here. There is some wonderful countryside here

Me too. :+1:heheheheh

North of Brisbane Australia in a town called Caboolture. It means “land of the carpet snake” but there’s not too many snakes around here these days.

Brisbane and surrouds is a good city. Fantastic beaches are close…weather is ridiculous all year round…a bit on the hot side but air conditioning helps me sleep like a baby.

Downside. Traffic is bullshite…nothing getting spent of roads but train system is pretty good. All in all I’d say yeah I like it. I did live for two years in New Orleans. That is an amazing city on many levels. If I was rich I’d like to live in Tokyo for a year or so…that place is mad. I spent a night there years ago and wish I had more time up my sleeve!

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No, I hate my head.

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No, id like to live somewhere less crowded and more in nature. Id also like to get away from all the people i grew up with

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Moving back to Hawaii is like big fish moving to a small pond. Weather is nice, lots of services like free medical coverage and bus passes for the poor and disabled, friendly people who don’t judge you as much as some people do as a whole elsewhere… Easy place to make friends, go out to either metropolitan areas or the beach or see nature… However most people leave if they want to be a major business person or computer programmer or even wealthy Doctor. It is not a competitive place. It is slow and relaxed… I think it is a great place to take baby steps toward having a normal life.

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Join mine! 72 virgins awaits you.:slight_smile:

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Yes, I like living in London. I was raised in the countryside of south-west England but now prefer where I live in the city.

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