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yah, for reals
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I hate the driving around LA, otherwise, it's not terrible, but you really have to understand that you'll be driving everywhere. I prefer NYC.

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I am trying to imagine Lane in Miami............unable
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I was in highschool back then, didnt give a fuck bout fashion. Cuban/Colombian girls are hot as fuck though.
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Do you want to wear all your black, tight, leathery stuff? Then stay away from warmer climates.

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I was in highschool back then, didnt give a fuck bout fashion. Cuban/Colombian girls are hot as fuck though.

I was just fucking with you but it all makes sense since you love Scarface as much as I do. Seriously based on your style I would of said Seattle, which isn't one of the choices anyways.

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Miami

the most fun i ever had was listening to a will smith album while playing monopoly with two friends and a beagle

Bienvenido a Miami


I could not live anywhere else but El Caribe because I love shit like this, my version of the "baller" sandal

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And I finally found another pair of these Margiela Trousers, lined with silk on the interior, virgin wool blend

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Also on the verge on purchasing a Rick Owens SS jacket yikes
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Seriously based on your style I would of said Seattle, which isn't one of the choices anyways.
 

How does the world's largest REI market  match Lane's style? Anywhere other than NYC is going to be a poor match
 

 

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seattle is depressing, fuck rain
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^it's what you make of it.

been there plenty of time visiting family, the city holds some of the best memories

(oh and i really hate that stigma about seattle being so depressing)
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I've lived in Copenhagen, the weather isn't what makes Seattle depressing so much as all its residents thinking "Oh, we're just as important/busy/cultured as (Boston|SF|Vancouver)." Downtown is empty at 5:45, job market for tech is so incestuous it's creepy, and public transit sucks

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When I see fits with a lot of back/gray I just think of dark and rainy days, don't know why
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Tax return isn't going to make it through the weekend.

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Peoples Republic of Boulder. 

Best quality of life in the US.
 

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where should I move? NYC or LA?


 

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Peoples Republic of Boulder. 
Best quality of life in the US.

 



That's a horrible idea. I actually went there for a semester and it's a nice place but fuck... the general attitude there can really be annoying if you don't have it.
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I've lived in Copenhagen, the weather isn't what makes Seattle depressing so much as all its residents thinking "Oh, we're just as important/busy/cultured as (Boston|SF|Vancouver)." Downtown is empty at 5:45, job market for tech is so incestuous it's creepy, and public transit sucks

I have never heard anyone in Seattle make comments like those you describe regarding Boston/SF/Vancouver.

Downtown is not empty at 5:45, at least not the parts with bars, restaurants, and places to see shows. Maybe parts of downtown that I don't go to are empty.

I don't find Seattle "depressing" and can't see how a normally adjusted person would either - edit: although I can see why some people would be better off elsewhere.

edit: public transit is pretty weak though, especially cross-town.
Edited by DLester - 4/6/12 at 4:26pm
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