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Robert
Fort Worth, TX

Texas is not a great place to live. - 8/17/2016

You are sad, young girl from Austin, Texas. I was born, and raised, in New Jersey, and I wouldn't trade my youth spent growing up in the Garden State for anything. I moved to Houston, Texas with my family in 1974, and the first things I discovered were the unbearable summer heat, and very mean people from Texas, and the south. During the summers in Jersey one can play outside, all day, and into the evening. In Texas the heat is soooo oppressive (afternoon temp 115 degrees; 40 percent humidity) that one must stay inside. The people, well that is another story. If you are not from Texas it takes a very long time to land a good job. To them you are just another 'damn yankee'. I heard that term at work, at parties, etc. Texas is not the wonderland that Texans think it is.

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Amber
Johnston City, IL

Texas - 3/6/2016

Moving

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Ronald

Searching - 10/27/2015

Looking for someplace to settle down.

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PN
Desoto, TX

The Great State of TEXAS!!! - 7/18/2015

Big things happening in "Big T"

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Marvin
Coppell, TX

Especially for Sabra in Arlington, TX - 6/4/2015

I turned to JDate because I was curious. Tonight (6/4/15) I saw your member's view on climate. I was tempted to join JDate but I'm not sure if Sabra is still available. Hope that she will answer this to fmmigdol@gmail.com or phone me: (972)978-5487. Now for the quality of life: You are what you think. Think positive and expect positive results. The glass is half-full. You can achieve what you want if you really work at it. It requires perseverance. Think Successful...Be Successful. About me: I live in Coppell and have been a Dallas area resident since '68. I have a master's in public relations (Boston Univ.)and have over 40 yrs of exp in PR & Marketing. Easy going, adventurous, love to travel, love Israel. I'm traditional but Reform. I've worked in the restaurant and franchising business. If you're not Sabra but want to explore a relationship please contact me. All good wishes!

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ray
Terrell, TX

life in texas - 4/27/2015

life is good but its time for a change

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Ronald
Copperas Cove, TX

Taxes - 4/19/2015

Although Texas does not have state income tax, sales tax at 8.25% and excessive property tax take a huge bite out of income. Taxes on a $200,000 home in most Texas cities will cost you approximately $5,500 per year. For a retiree on a limited income from social security and other pension income, there are many other states where paying income tax and property tax is a major savings over Texas property taxes.

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Ruh
Houston, TX

Relocating - 9/21/2014

Seeking information on the best zip codes to live and work in.

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Scott
Santa Rosa, TX

Texas, a great place to grow business - 9/3/2014

Texas is a growing and bustling place to do business!

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Michael
Bellaire, TX

TX is great in many ways but one is there’s no sta - 3/11/2014

TX is great in many ways but one is there’s no state income tax!

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Laura
Katy, TX

Texas - 3/5/2014

Great housing costs down here.

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MARGARET
Paramus, NJ

LOOKING FOR A QUIET BUT NOT BORING ENVIRONMENT - 2/18/2014

I am researching the usa for a place to relocate with my 24 year old daughter who still resides with me. I prefer an area with little humidity.

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felisa
Manassas, VA

first time home buyer - 11/11/2013

first time home buyer - looking to move from va to possibly Houston tx with a budget of 180000

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Veronica
Lilburn, GA

Relocating to Texas - 9/16/2013

I am an African American single mother planning to relocate to the great state of TX in June 2013. I am trying to research the safest, kid-friendly and family oriented places here. I am a professional in the accounting/finance industry looking for a change from the hustle and bustle of Georgia. I would love information on rental properties and jobs as well.ANY advise or information is welcome.

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Stacy
Whitesboro, TX

A beautiful Place (sunsets,sunrises, some parts ju - 9/6/2013

I am a born and raised Texan and yes it gets pretty darn hot but that could change in just a few hours or even 1 hour. You never know what to expect with Texas weather.We have absolutely gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. Our cost of living isn't bad and we have an amzing fall and spring most of the time and on occassion dependin where in Texas you live you see snow in the winter.

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gisela
Keller, TX

I hate living in Texas - 4/18/2013

I have been here 17 years now and I'm sure my life has been shortened because of it. It is way too hot for man or beast. It is oppressive to say the least. Dry and brown. Cannot wait to leave this god forsaken state.

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Travis
North Richland Hills, TX

Empowered Mission - 1/25/2013

Empowered mission is led by Travis Methany, a church consultant and mission consultant specializing in church leadership, church vision, church consulting and church leadership training.

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Elisabeth
West des Moines, IA

looking to relocate to florida - 11/17/2012

Am in the health industry and am looking to relocate to florida

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Kimi
Denton, TX

Finding a place to call home - 11/9/2012

Texas has many positive reasons for people to relocate here. However, I am ready to move to a more beautiful landscape, rolling hills, an area with four seasons, excellent transportation system (no cars necessary to get around the town or city), and affordable living and safe area to walk, run, and have fun. I am seriously looking to move to Atlanta or northern west coast area. Maybe Kentucky. I am interested in cities with populations of over 50,000, diverse group of people, plenty of things to do outdoors and inside, etc. Hopefully I can narrow down my selection of where to move to.

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Lauren
Trenton, NJ

RELOCATE TO TEXAS?? Good Idea or Not - 10/24/2012

I currently live in New Jersey with my 3 children and husband. My husband and I are looking to relocate. I work in healthcare so there wont be any problem with me finding a job. My husband, however, is a different story. I'd like to get feedback from people that actually live in Texas about the job growth. Is there really jobs out there? And I dont mean mcdonalds. He managed the Washington Nationals Stadium environmental crew so something along those line...Warehouse, ect. Also want to know how the schools are. I know nothing about Texas so I dont even know what city we should be looking into. Id like to live near a large city but not in it. What cities do you recommend and why?

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