Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by NotMyBro, Jul 6, 2014.
How about the opposite: the best US states to live in? Here is the full list in descending order.
It would be interesting to know what kind of nose dive California has taken in the past 20 years.
I grew up in SoCal. Last time I was there was 2 years ago. It's now a 3rd world shithole, for the most part.
I'm off to Washington state this week. I plan on settling there.
Do you have a link to this poll?
I'm not sure how official these rankings are.
If you expand the text, you can find ZH link which links to: http://www.gallup.com/poll/168653/montanans-alaskans-say-states-among-top-places-live.aspx
States like Montana and Wyoming always do well in these kind of polls but I have a feeling I'd be so bored there having lived in large cities my whole life. I couldn't move my business anyhow, it's dependent on high densities.
These things are interesting but don't mean much.
The guy living here
probably has a different reply than the guy living here. Same state
I live in Northern California... great place... amazing weather... Napa, Yosemite, San Fran, Tahoe... Great restaurants, amazing organic produce... Now, L.A. and Southern Cal, that's a different animal... It's like two different states.
The early 90s were a bit bumpy with the shit economy, the riots, Northridge quake, etc., but I had a great time in my teens/early 20s in and around LA. I got out in '04 and haven't missed it a bit, what I enjoyed was already gone.
It all depends on where you are in both parts of the state, is there a bigger pit in this country than Stockton, Sacramento has shitty weather summer and winter, same in the south San Bernardino, Bell etc are shitholes, but nobody in Santa Monica or La Jolla is complaining.
For the most part, all of those top states to live in have low urban populations. I'm guessing that plays a large part in the poll.
I'm surprised New Jersey was 7th. I thought it would be higher.
Wow i never realized illinois sucked so bad. I have also never been there.
i've spent at least a little time in every state (sometimes nothing more than driving through it) and in my opinion Kentucky and Indiana are the worst.
Nor Cal here, It sucks Monkey Ass. Can't wait to retire out of State.
I only drove through Kentucky so I can't comment. Most of what I saw was just rural Kentucky.
Dat butthurt Which state do you live in bro?