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post #1 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-10-2007, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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Should I Move to the Boston Area?

OK...i figured i could try n get some more input on this from at least someone.

I've moved around a lot in my life, mostly because of my dad's jobs. Moved...3rd grade, 8th grade, and right when I started college.

So basically all the main steps in my life I'm somewhere new.

My dad lost his job, just before summer, not his fault he found out his boss was 'fixing the books' and he got fired for it because he started asking questions. Yes there was some legal action being taken on my dads part.

Now, he got a job in the Boston area. and asked me if I want to move there, after I just started getting settled down in Michigan and getting into the local scenes here.

IDK wtf to do. and it blows.

anyone been through this? any suggestions?

got an extra room Corbs?

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post #2 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-10-2007, 02:09 PM
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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

Boston has got to be better then Lake Orion, Michigan? 8)
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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

cancun, mexico is better than boston. but family is here, and i at least know some people now.

and i'm a stones throw away from detroit, canada, a day trip to chicago if i want, and i can drive back home to wisconsin to visit friends for a long weekend.

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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

I say move to Boston. You're young and you may never get another chance to move around so often. I've lived all over the world (literally) and when I was younger, I loved the moves. As you get older, you want to settle down more.

Do it while you can...I'm sure there's a lot more culture in Boston. Just don't go rooting for the Red Sux.


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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

CORBS is from Florida ... not boston.

And I say it depends on how much $$ they're offering and how much you enjoy working with your pops. The cost of living in Boston is through the roof, so you should take that into consideration.


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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

Plus, probably way more bars in Boston!!!
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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

[quote author=m3marshall link=topic=91354.msg1771499#msg1771499 date=1192040190]
CORBS is from Florida ... not boston.

And I say it depends on how much $$ they're offering and how much you enjoy working with your pops. The cost of living in Boston is through the roof, so you should take that into consideration.
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lol dude i know where corbs is from.

and i'm not going to be working with my dad. but rather living with him, and still going to school. considering he'll be alone on the east coast. while my bitch mother is still here. cuz she won't want to move.

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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

I used to live in Boston. I worked as a janitor at MIT, but then it turns out I'm good with numbers and stuff so I became a math whiz and got offered big time money doing crypto work. But then I pushed this girl away who really loved me because I had some real problems left over from my childhood. But a therapist I was seeing made me cry about it, so I left town to find her in California and haven't been back.
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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

[quote author=small town king link=topic=91354.msg1771512#msg1771512 date=1192040475]
[quote author=m3marshall link=topic=91354.msg1771499#msg1771499 date=1192040190]
CORBS is from Florida ... not boston.

And I say it depends on how much $$ they're offering and how much you enjoy working with your pops. The cost of living in Boston is through the roof, so you should take that into consideration.
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lol dude i know where corbs is from.

and i'm not going to be working with my dad. but rather living with him, and still going to school. considering he'll be alone on the east coast. while my bitch mother is still here. cuz she won't want to move.
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Then why did you ask if corbs had an extra room?

That's a strong pull man, It would be hard for me to think about my dad being alone all the time. I say move to Boston.


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Re: Should I Move to the Boston Area?

Go to Boston! Have fun! See whats out there. Since your Mom is staying, if you don't like Boston. Then you can come back!


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