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Are you a gun fanatic as well? If so, you'll want to talk to other owners about what you own in this forum.

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Old 02-21-2013, 09:45 PM   #21
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I'm also considering leaving this shithole called NJ.I think most of the blue states will be bankrupt soon.The only people that will stay in those states are the non-tax payers,welfare recipients with their free Obama phones.
Damn straight. Sooner or later, they are going to run out of tax money. NJ already has the highest property taxes, and they are going to raise them everytime some union leader needs a raise. My target time to piss off is probably around September.
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:20 PM   #22
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Find somewhere alittle remote and reinvent yourself.

I'm looking for a farm right now. Something rather remote. I'm leaning to bath county. Theres 47 acres per person and 3 registered sex offenders in the whole county. Most areas are so "remote" that you only see a hand full of cars a day.

I'm so so tired, I just want to be left alone.
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:52 AM   #23
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VA and NC were on my list if I decide to stay on the east coast....but I still prefer the Utah/Wyoming/AZ area.....thanks for the offer though...if it comes down to it, I will definitely take you up on that offer.
That's awesome that you're considering those states. I'm impressed that someone from NY/NJ could make that kind of move. My parents moved from NY/MA to San Francisco in the 70's and that was considered a big change. I moved from CA to Portland 10 years ago . . and I thought that was a big change. Then we moved to rural Central Oregon 2 years ago and I thought it was a huge change. I love it here, but I kinda wished I just said "F it" when I was 18 and moved straight to Central OR instead of trying to spend so much time near a big city.

I'd say just go for it and move to Wyoming. As Tailo said - reinvent yourself. Or you can capitalize on what you know and become a wholesaler of top notch meat to NY/NJ distributors and restaurants . . something like that. Become the go-to guy for sourcing buffalo meat.

Back to the subject of guns - OR legislators just took the AWB and magazine limits off the table. The proponents of the AWB are now talking about strengthening background checks and making it illegal to carry guns in the state capitol building . .. but I think there's pushback on both. We already require all gun show purchases to go through a background check, even FTF.

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Old 02-22-2013, 01:32 PM   #24
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That's awesome that you're considering those states. I'm impressed that someone from NY/NJ could make that kind of move. My parents moved from NY/MA to San Francisco in the 70's and that was considered a big change. I moved from CA to Portland 10 years ago . . and I thought that was a big change. Then we moved to rural Central Oregon 2 years ago and I thought it was a huge change. I love it here, but I kinda wished I just said "F it" when I was 18 and moved straight to Central OR instead of trying to spend so much time near a big city.

I'd say just go for it and move to Wyoming. As Tailo said - reinvent yourself. Or you can capitalize on what you know and become a wholesaler of top notch meat to NY/NJ distributors and restaurants . . something like that. Become the go-to guy for sourcing buffalo meat.

Back to the subject of guns - OR legislators just took the AWB and magazine limits off the table. The proponents of the AWB are now talking about strengthening background checks and making it illegal to carry guns in the state capitol building . .. but I think there's pushback on both. We already require all gun show purchases to go through a background check, even FTF.
Yea I have zero problems changing my life around. I can't stand the rat race NYC style life I've been living for the last 15 years. Would be awesome to live in Wyoming owning a Jeep tour company and give tourists tours of all the parks.
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Old 02-25-2013, 08:09 AM   #25
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Come to Alabama. The winters aren't too bad, we occasionally get snow, and the spring and autumn months are fantastic. Summer, though...

However, if you're allergic to pollen, you may want to bring a full-face respirator with HEPA filters.
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:34 AM   #26
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Hows the Dallas suburb area? Is it hot and hotter or is it a mild climate with 4ish seasons? Does anyone know if Utah is a PITA if you are not a Mormon (serious question.) I heard they annoy the piss out of you trying to convert you.
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Hows the Dallas suburb area? Is it hot and hotter or is it a mild climate with 4ish seasons? Does anyone know if Utah is a PITA if you are not a Mormon (serious question.) I heard they annoy the piss out of you trying to convert you.
The 3.2% Beer Law in Utah would be enough to keep me away, lol
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The 3.2% Beer Law in Utah would be enough to keep me away, lol
I could care less about those laws. I also heard that pornography is illegal in Utah, but I assume that is things like sex shops and the like. Every state in the country is going to have some crazy law, and generally speaking, the "conservative" laws don't intrude on my life. Liberal laws do.
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I could care less about those laws. I also heard that pornography is illegal in Utah, but I assume that is things like sex shops and the like. Every state in the country is going to have some crazy law, and generally speaking, the "conservative" laws don't intrude on my life. Liberal laws do.
True story: Alabama does not allow the sale of pornography, sex toys, etc. Instead, they DO allow the sale of "educational materials."
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