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Old 03-19-2015, 11:31 AM   #51
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and the mass exodus of CA will continue. Get ready for it UT and AZ. If anyone wants to invest in good real estate now, forget CO, it's over priced and already over populated (sorry Meck). Buy property in UT, that's where I'd go... just say'n.
Land and housing is very cheap in Montana/Idaho. That is if you can withstand the harsh winter weather.
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SHUT UP!!

The Californication of Utah is well under way with dumb asses who want to live the country life and then call animal control when their neighbors horses poop in the pasture next door and the neighbors don't bag it (true story)!

So stay away from Utah! YOU HEAR ME!!

It's full of Mormons!! Ohhh!! Scary!! We will invite you to church and do other strange **** like bring you cookies and say "hello" when we see you outside!! We have goofy liquor laws and rude drivers!!

Also, it snows and we let white guys play for our NBA team!!

(Is any of this scaring you away yet?)
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Land and housing is very cheap in Montana/Idaho. That is if you can withstand the harsh winter weather.
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Old 03-19-2015, 12:06 PM   #54
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****y comment first. Second I'm way more worried about the food supply then I am about were people will move to.


California produces a sizable majority of many American fruits, vegetables, and nuts: 99 percent of artichokes, 99 percent of walnuts, 97 percent of kiwis, 97 percent of plums, 95 percent of celery, 95 percent of garlic, 89 percent of cauliflower, 71 percent of spinach, and 69 percent of carrots (and the list goes on and on).

On its own, California would be the world’s ninth-largest agricultural economy, according to a University of California at Davis study. Shifts in its production reverberate globally, said Dan Sumner, another agricultural economist at the school.
+ a large % of the Weed.....
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Old 03-19-2015, 12:12 PM   #55
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+ a large % of the Weed.....
Good weed at that.
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Good weed at that.
All depends on whom the growers are.
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Old 03-19-2015, 12:20 PM   #58
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All depends on whom the growers are.
Thats a no brainier . That is everywhere but Humboldt county is known for some of the best weed in the world.
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Thats a no brainier . That is everywhere but Humboldt county is known for some of the best weed in the world.
It's not a weed, Cannabis is a medicinal herb that deserves respect for all it offers to humans.
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It's not a weed, Cannabis is a medicinal herb that deserves respect for all it offers to humans.
and Dogs. My 2 doggies have epilepsy. One of them had a spike in his Thyroid level do to the Phenobarbital. We tried the CBD on them and are now at 8 months seizure free no Phenobarb. = Awesome.
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SHUT UP!!

The Californication of Utah is well under way with dumb asses who want to live the country life and then call animal control when their neighbors horses poop in the pasture next door and the neighbors don't bag it (true story)!

So stay away from Utah! YOU HEAR ME!!

It's full of Mormons!! Ohhh!! Scary!! We will invite you to church and do other strange **** like bring you cookies and say "hello" when we see you outside!! We have goofy liquor laws and rude drivers!!

Also, it snows and we let white guys play for our NBA team!!

(Is any of this scaring you away yet?)
I would never live in Utah due to the liquor laws, so you have that going for you. I could care more about everything else.
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Thats a no brainier . That is everywhere but Humboldt county is known for some of the best weed in the world.
Again, it totally depends on the growers. Not everyone who claims to be a good grower, is a good grower. Just because dude.tte might live in cali...doesn't make them a good grower.
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Land and housing is very cheap in Montana/Idaho. That is if you can withstand the harsh winter weather.
Idaho and Montana have really got my interest as a home base in the states. I've been through 27 years of winter, bring more on.

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Idaho and Montana have really got my interest as a home base in the states. I've been through 27 years of winter, bring more on.

WATCH YER TOPKNOT.

I've always assumed Idaho and Montana have winters similar to Calgary, given that we're more or less in line. Do they get chinook winds there? Do they call them chinook winds in the States?

edit: According to wikipedia Montana gets them and some places in South Dakota? Interdasting.

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I've always assumed Idaho and Montana have winters similar to Calgary, given that we're more or less in line. Do they get chinook winds there? Do they call them chinook winds in the States?
I grew up there and never heard that term. There is wind there every single day and Mormons. Per ca pita it has way more then Utah. You should know that northern Idaho is way way way different then Southern Idaho.
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Interesting that this came out. I do triathlon and last year they closed most of the local reservoirs to the sport because water levels were too low and bacteria levels were high. They are all open for competition this year mainly due to the Pineapple express storms that hit. Snow was absolute crap in Tahoe this year, mostly because the temp was too warm for it to stick. I'm certainly concerned about drought, but we're no where near the conditions in Texas yet, so I don't understand how this guy could say we only have a year of water.

1 in 8 Americans is a Californian. Similarly, California represents about 1/8th of Federal tax revenues and is by far the largest contributor to GDP (2.3 Trillion for 2015 and #2 Texas isn't even close - or more than the bottom 25 states COMBINED). If this state had to migrate under any conditions it would be a national disaster.

As for Californian's moving to Colorado, you should look at it as a huge boon to the state. For the most part, they're paying for their homes in cash, spending California salaries on local goods and services, and won't be a drag on social services when they retire. Most Bay Area companies allow their employees to keep their California Salary when they relocate. You just have to put up with their complete inability to operate a motor vehicle, but Denver highways have looked a lot like California since the mid 90's anyway.
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I grew up there and never heard that term. There is wind there every single day and Mormons. Per ca pita it has way more then Utah
Ahh, they're more annoying then anything. People try to sell them as this amazing feature like "it's a warm day in winter!". But really it just means a super fast thaw and refreeze so everything becomes condensed ice, and pressure shifts so drastic it feels like your ears are bleeding. Had it so bad last week it hurt to bite down.
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Ahh, they're more annoying then anything. People try to sell them as this amazing feature like "it's a warm day in winter!". But really it just means a super fast thaw and refreeze so everything becomes condensed ice, and pressure shifts so drastic it feels like your ears are bleeding. Had it so bad last week it hurt to bite down.
Oh I miss walking outside and having your nose hair freeze. Oregon sucks for that.
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Oh I miss walking outside and having your nose hair freeze. Oregon sucks for that.
Haha I can't tell if you're being sarcastic because I love that sensation. Freeeeeze thaaaaaw freeeeeeeze thaaaaaaw.
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Haha I can't tell if you're being sarcastic because I love that sensation. Freeeeeze thaaaaaw freeeeeeeze thaaaaaaw.
No i really love it.
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I've always assumed Idaho and Montana have winters similar to Calgary, given that we're more or less in line. Do they get chinook winds there? Do they call them chinook winds in the States?

edit: According to wikipedia Montana gets them and some places in South Dakota? Interdasting.
Yeah, they have them in Montana, Idaho and South Dakota (out West River). Even the Pacific Northwest. I know friends out in the Black Hills who are quite familiar with them.
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No i really love it.
You should live in Fargo, ND for one winter and endure - 20 below for about three months straight and winter temperature for half the year and see how you like it.
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You should live in Fargo, ND for one winter and endure - 20 below for about three months straight and winter temperature for half the year and see how you like it.
I prefer winter over summer all the time. I grew up in a high mountain valley with plenty of snow and subzero temperatures for the majority of the winter.

It makes you feel ALIVE!

Of course, I hear that the older you get, the less you tolerate cold. I'm 44 and it doesn't bother me yet. Heat bothers me much more. I don't know how ANYONE lives in Phoenix or Vegas or anywhere south of Salt Lake/Denver/Reno for that matter.
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I posted this after you quoted me. It's a notable thing.

On its own, California would be the world’s ninth-largest agricultural economy, according to a University of California at Davis study. Shifts in its production reverberate globally, said Dan Sumner, another agricultural economist at the school.

As far as the ****y comment. People are people and we need to start caring for one and another again. That is what made Merica so great to begin with.
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