Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Bobby Axelrod, Sep 29, 2016.
I think I would go to NYC. Manhattan to be specific.
My second choice would be Chicago and San Diego third.
When the government checks stop coming (or don't buy much) that should be a really fun place to be.
I like having the 4 different seasons where I live. Moving to some place too warm or too cold would be hard to get used to. Last few days the weather has stopped being warm and fall is here. Yeah I guess it would be nice living in a place where its still warm but again Im used to accustomed to it.
Somewhere up in the great Smoky Mountains. Tennessee or North Carolina.
If you were forced to move, what U.S. would you like to move to?
The US of America, not the US of Mexico, maybe Chihuahua because I like their dogs.
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oregon! but any state with legal pot would be fine. except alaska!
Rapid City, SD.
I love rainy weather.
A place I wouldnt move to. Buffalo or Rochester. Too much fucking snow to dig out of every year.
Somewhere that still has electricity, running water, etc.
But with as few people as possible.
Second choice: Camden, NJ
I'd move to northern Maine. Way out in the woods. I live a half mile out on a dirt road in the woods, and that's not remote enough for me. Closest hospital is an hour away and so is the closest mcdonalds.
I lived in Seattle for a year so I would move back there or anyplace in western Washington state.
Gonna need that hospital if you eat regularlly at mcdonalds.
Northern Maine a good choice though.
I only eat at McDonalds if the kids force it. I just mentioned it because there's not many places in America where mcdonalds is so far away. We didn't get street numbers until the 90's and we don't have rural mail delivery. I couldn't even get cable until the early 2000's. It used to be heaven out here. I could go the whole winter without seeing another person on my road. Just deer. Now I have new Yorkers and retirees up my ass year round and I haven't seen a deer in twenty years on my road.
Maine, Idaho, Montana, or Vermont.
All have less than 1% Afro-American inhabitants.
Asheville, NC. Just love the small town vibe, and it has seasons and nice surroundings, not a concrete jungle like I live in now. I'd just have to bring my Texas BBQ skills with me as I'm not a fan of east coast BBQ.
New Orleans, LA.
Either Seattle or Boston