I'm thinking like Al Capone. Stay in my modest dwelling here in my hometown of Akron. I'd fix it up, but I'm not interested in land here as much as power. I could buy off those in office and in uniform, and live like a king.
Realistically, some isolated place in the Rocky's where the only thing that would bother me is a bear.
I'd caution anyone who hasn't actually lived in Miami that it is not a town that's good for living in. It's a vacation town. Living there sucks. If Florida weather is what you're looking for, you'd do better to get a place in Palm Springs or Boca Raton, which are also just better (i.e., less crime-ridden) neighborhoods. Me? I'd just get a nice big house right where I am.
Originally posted by Mr. BoffoI'd choose my location based on weather. Preferably, I'd want somewhere with mild winters and mild summers. Somewhere with out hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, and the like.
Sounds like San Diego, to me....( the earth doesn't shake that much as compared to the Big City a little north)
"Cunnilingus and psychiatry brought this on" - Tony Soprano
Nagoya, Japan. Quietest big city on earth. Within 3 hours bullet train of anywhere worth going to more than once in Japan.
Originally posted by Tenken347I'd caution anyone who hasn't actually lived in Miami that it is not a town that's good for living in. It's a vacation town. Living there sucks.
Hawaii is a vacation state.
Of course, you'd have theoretically hit the jackpot so maybe paying $7 for a box of cornflakes wouldn't bother you. And unlike the general population, you'd have a/c, you billionaire rat you.
Hawaii also has horrid traffic, some BAAAAD neighborhoods to be in after dark, racial lines of demarcation everywhere, rampant use of a pidgin English, and a high rate of property crime because we lack the facilities to incarcerate all the assholes. Oh, and we tried to wipe out weed and that left us with one of the nation's worst crystal meth problems.
All that being said, it's way better than Oklahoma.
As it was 8 years ago, cold and free still top the charts, but since then I have a fixation with Jack O' Lanterns, a mix of Hard Cider and Pumpkin Ale; last place I had one was at the Heartland Brewery in New York.