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  • #46
    If you like owning a gun, smoking dope and the Broncos, then why wouldn't you move to Denver?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by SonOfLe-loLang View Post
      Umm, alright.

      Anyway, if you want to move to the pacific northwest, you better like grey skies and rain.
      Hahaha, I suppose that's what they said in Chile. People never believe the science.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by crush17 View Post
        It's really easy to combat, just buy a humidifier for when you sleep. Does wonders.
        Well, not quite that simple. You can't take a humidifier everywhere you go! You've clearly never had to make the adjustment. Not a big deal, and I don't want to derail a thread on such a minor point, but it would be noticable to someone who grew up and lived their whole life in a more humid climate. On the positive side, Denver hot and Denver cold are both more comfortable than the same temperatures out here.

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        • #49
          I didn't know how passionate posters are about their city.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Ratboy View Post
            It is when it's so dry your nose starts to bleed.
            Does that actually happen to people? I personally have never had that issue. Maybe at times I could go for some Chapstick, but that's about it...

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            • #51
              Haha, love the responses! Thanks all for replying and sorry Taco if I placed this in the main Broncos forum.

              I just became single (broke up with a girl who decided to move from NYC back to her native Florida).

              I can stand traffic be it I live in NJ and main reason I want to move is just want a change of scenery.

              I work in web (do HTML, video editing). I haven't looked for a job in several years (been at the same gig for five years now).

              I can tolerate the rain of Seattle if I decided that would be my option.

              I like the outdoors and just picked up hiking as an activity I like to do.

              I can tolerate the cold and even the rain, so that wouldn't be a factor and the winds (especially Chicago).


              BTW Tombstone, I'm originally from Alabama. So the jokes can continue haha.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Rabb View Post
                I grew up in Aurora (Aurora Central High School...fun) and now live in Highlands Ranch. Talk about easy mode, I'm white and I can't get used to all the white people still.
                Last year I went into the Whole Foods on University and Arapaho and only saw 1 minority the entire time I was there, and they were mopping the floor.

                Weird...

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                • #53
                  Zona, what you posted kind of scares me about Seattle and potential for a mega earthquake.

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                  • #54
                    No Vacancy

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                    • #55
                      I just saw someone post this on Denver

                      http://thedeliciousday.com/traveling...united-states/

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                      • #56
                        Denver is great, but I'd avoid the suburbs. Seriously, who aims to move to the Suburbs? Denver proper is a great friggin' town with awesome food, drink, and nightlife. And I'm not sure you're going to meet a proper girl out in the burbs. JMO.

                        Seattle is a great city, one of my favorite places to visit, and I'd like to move there someday. The weather isn't for everyone though.

                        Chicago, I have no use for. Just not my kind of place. WAY too cold in the winter.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by TheElusiveKyleOrton View Post
                          Denver is great, but I'd avoid the suburbs. Seriously, who aims to move to the Suburbs? Denver proper is a great friggin' town with awesome food, drink, and nightlife. And I'm not sure you're going to meet a proper girl out in the burbs. JMO.

                          Seattle is a great city, one of my favorite places to visit, and I'd like to move there someday. The weather isn't for everyone though.

                          Chicago, I have no use for. Just not my kind of place. WAY too cold in the winter.
                          Yeah I agree. It would be easier to find a girl in the city then move to the burbs to raise a family albeit I wouldn't mind raising a kid in the city!

                          Yeah, I can tolerate the rain albeit they had a massive drought this summer.

                          Its a toss up between the three cities.

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                          • #58
                            Denver is a great place to live and you can go to home games but and this is the truth San diego is a palce to settle in because of the weather.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Peoples Champ View Post
                              I just saw someone post this on Denver

                              http://thedeliciousday.com/traveling...united-states/
                              I think Deborah Watts in the comment section is our very own Chef Luigi.

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                              • #60
                                at colorado having serious gang issues!!!

                                The gangsters here do not even know what gangsters are. I have lived here my entire life and ive run into more trouble with military peeps who just got home and want to fight then i have gangsters. I suppose you could take the 1 incident with darrent williams and assume things are exponentially worse but, well, thats just dumb.

                                Seattle sucks- pretty place. But that rain and cold drizzle blows ass man. I also find the women there are a bit off. I could never live in seattle. Great city, lots to do, but the damn rain is terrible. Lucky for you OP you seem to be able to deal with it.


                                I can tell you one thing about me. I love colorado and am never moving away from this sexy MFr of a state! There is only two things it does not have that I love. The smell of the ocean and a beach. But that makes it all the easier to come up with excuses to go to the caribbean and hawaii.

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