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Old 09-19-2012, 07:38 AM   #29
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LOVE southern Arizona. You can keep Maricopa county. Tucson is a great little city with reasonable tax rates, reasonably priced housing and lots to do.

From 4th Generation Ranch family. I AGREE...........
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:25 AM   #30
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I'd pay up to a 50% RV tax to live in Oregon, but not a penny more than 1/2% if I had to live in, say, Texas.
You couldn't pay me to live in Texas (I lived there for four years, the longest decade of my life).
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:36 AM   #31
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Gosh - this went negative QUICK !

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"a place is what you make of it " - Just sayin
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:16 PM   #32
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Sounds like some Texas green envy. All we need to do to make things better here is get rid of Governot Rick Perry and his maerry band of thieves.

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Old 09-19-2012, 12:27 PM   #33
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DON"T RETIRE IN CALIFORNIA!!! It's too expensive and there are ALL THOSE SCARY EARTHQUAKES - STAY AWAY, STAY AWAY.

But if you do come to visit, welcome!
Please spend LOTS of money, make some friends then go home and take some of your new freinds with you
If all the non-natives left more than half the population would be gone.

I'd miss my DW. Born in Adrian Michigan. Sorry dear.....
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:30 AM   #34
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Glad to hear some folks love AZ

Lived in Phoenix back in the 70's and it was wonderful and I am a native Californian who lived in SoCal in the 50's and 60's, also wonderful. Lived in TX in the 80's, 90's also wonderful. Now living in TN (retired) and also wonderful. I must assume that it may be just me but why is it everywhere I live the area is wonderful?
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Lived in Phoenix back in the 70's and it was wonderful and I am a native Californian who lived in SoCal in the 50's and 60's, also wonderful. Lived in TX in the 80's, 90's also wonderful. Now living in TN (retired) and also wonderful. I must assume that it may be just me but why is it everywhere I live the area is wonderful?
Must be the drugs.

But a good outlook nonetheless.
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Must be the drugs.

But a good outlook nonetheless.
No Muddy not drugs but you are right about attitude. I am always amused by folks who move to a new area then sit around for years complaining about it. If you look for it you can find nice things about any area. Folks who do not like Texas for example must have ignored the open friendly way Texans greet strangers, California for it's beauty and diverse geography, Arizona for it's hmmm, Arizona for it's..... well, the winters are nice.
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Ok, glad to know that I have killed off this thread. Now on to bigger and better threads....
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I like Texas, but there are getting to be too dang many Northerners down here wanting to make like the place they just left.

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We have the same problem in Florida, especially central and south Florida.
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When I run for President, I am going to cancel all taxes on MH Sales. That way I cannot spend the money that I don't have to really spend. Mark off one tax on your list. Michigan-look out, I'll stomp the bill to take taxes on retiree checks. You earned that money, politicians didn't.
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I like Texas, but there are getting to be too dang many Northerners down here wanting to make like the place they just left.

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Of course, then they won't have anything to complain about.
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i would tell ya all how great Tennessee is, but we already have to many yankees here . as a former michiganian i can state tow things
# i ain't goin back
#2 see #1
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I'm currently in Florida, and it is a great state for retirees. But I also have property in eastern Tennessee, and the Florida sticks and bricks is on the market. Tncruiser, we'll just keep the Tennessee thing to ourselves!
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I'm currently in Florida, and it is a great state for retirees. But I also have property in eastern Tennessee, and the Florida sticks and bricks is on the market. Tncruiser, we'll just keep the Tennessee thing to ourselves!
I agree. We moved from TX to TN because we wanted to get away from the high property taxes in TX. Now we have the best of all worlds, no income tax, low property taxes and much better weather (if you like milder summers) than TX.
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