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It confuses me why people willingly live in that state. Some of the highest taxes in the country, it’s always on fire, droughts, more homeless people than any other state by a wide margin, the cost of living is insane, and now they’re shutting off people’s power to try and prevent wildfires.
@Jolee Bindo, I'm a Californian. Yes it has its cons, but also has its pros. I'm not talking about finances, but more of recreation. We also have amazing weather here in so cal. My sister lives in colorado and she'll send me pics of her car completely covered in ice. Something that's only experienced in the high altitude mountains. My career pays well enough to live here and I own my home, I'm not in a fire risk area, there are no homeless people here, I don't see graffiti, I live a block away from my kids' school. I mean, I could go on. It depends on where you are, you can't generalize an entire state, based on whatever the media covers. Everything is always negative.
@Jolee Bindo, I can’t wait to leave this state. Just 8 months left.
@tha5th, we have amusement parks that have visitors from across the world, we have the hub of musical and film creation, easily accessible hospitals with state of the art and most recent technology, a wide variety of ecosystems, due to the location we get real authentic cultural food which gets as close to home compared to most other states, and world renown state universities. Yeah there is a ton of brutal financial issues, but in the end there’s honestly no other state that can compare to the amount of versatility we have.
@arealwerewolf, hell yeah, ma boi! Preach! #CaliforniansUnite
@Jolee Bindo, ooh ooh and the constitutional infringements, don't forget the constitutional infringements
Simple Don’t live in the damn sticks
@MrTuxPenguin, the suicide hotline I think