I moved from Los Angeles to Houston "Fort Bend County" 3 years now and I love it here.
You'd think, but one of the most highly regarded AR-15 accessory/part manufacturers is based out of Austin.Another vote for Austin. San Antonio is MUCH more humid than Austin, Houston and Dallas are just to big and flat. Austin is also more progressive (less pronounced guns & religion), San Antonio, Houston and Dallas still have a bit of growing up do in that regard.
codymac said:Dallas has a money-based culture, dating in Dallas sucks.
Dallas is much more "douchey" than Austin, San Antonio or Houston.Yeah, but the girls are pretty.Dallas has a money-based culture, dating in Dallas sucks.
Having grown up in California, I prefer Texas. Its just an easier place to live, and generally less attitude. I don't know if the housing is "cheap" but I bought a house just out of downtown dallas that would have cost 4 - 5 times as much near any semi large california town.
slaughtr,Austin --- Great
San Antonio --- Good
Everywhere else but Houston ---Mhe, I guess, if your not picky.
Houston --- Hell. Flat, boring, the same Home Depot and Gentlemen's club at every off-ramp.
I was there a couple of months ago. At least you guys do have the most gentlemen's clubs per capita in the U.S.slaughtr,
If you haven't been to those other towns in a while gueess what, the exit ramps there are exactly the same, just not as flat. Biggest difference is we have more of them for better area coverage
Basically you need to have a residence. I'll rent you one of the rooms in my house if you want. BTW, I spent 5.5 years in Okinawa.Also what is required for state residency and to get a drivers license there? I would like to become a resident there now while I'm still working in Japan as my current state both sucks and blows.
That would be excellent... When were you on Okinawa? I've been here since 1994 and I'm starting my 15th year. I'm definitely here until 2012, but may move back after that.Basically you need to have a residence. I'll rent you one of the rooms in my house if you want. BTW, I spent 5.5 years in Okinawa.