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post #136 of 138
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post


33% of my pre-tax income equates to 50% of my take home pay.
I would never, ever live in a place that cost me an entire paycheck.

 

Unfortunately that's the exact situation I am in... It sucks but my salary is so small I can't help it If i want a place to live in the city. I make 38K pretax

post #137 of 138
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Originally Posted by junior varsity View Post


south is cheap...
look at bigger cities like NYC/Boston/Philly/DC/LA/SF then cost is astronomical..
100gs is piss money, while the same 100gs can get you real far in shit holes like ATL

 

If I lived in NYC and I want to, I would want an reasonable cost of living raise... But being unemployed and only source of income is from the internet that's not an option... I've lived mostly on my own in shady areas to the complete ghetto. Just stayed in my own business, polite to everyone I came by, renter insurance, doberman, and a Sig Sauer 556. I never had any problems just pride of being on my own.

post #138 of 138
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Originally Posted by KurtS90 View Post

If I lived in NYC and I want to, I would want an reasonable cost of living raise... But being unemployed and only source of income is from the internet that's not an option... I've lived mostly on my own in shady areas to the complete ghetto. Just stayed in my own business, polite to everyone I came by, renter insurance, doberman, and a Sig Sauer 556. I never had any problems just pride of being on my own.

prob gotta lose the dobermann and the rifle if you want to live in NYC rotflmao.gif
prob wont be able to let the puppies run amok, nor get a gun perm laugh.gif
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