AerLingus
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I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 2:48 am

I am leaving home sweet home California this summer for the Michigan Tri-Cities area.
I have already checked out the MBS airport website and I am reasonably happy with the aircraft that fly there.
Can anyone tell me what it's like up in that area?
Get your patchouli stink outta my store!
 
DeltaRNOmd-80
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 3:18 am

It's nice up there.
 
AerLingus
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 3:22 am

BTW, I'm moving, not visiting.
Get your patchouli stink outta my store!
 
cfalk
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 3:45 am

It depends if you enjoyed California or not.

Michigan is more like Earth.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

Charles
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DG_pilot
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 3:58 am

Michigan is much better then California. But then again, most everyplace is.  Wink/being sarcastic
 
LOT767-300ER
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 4:57 am

You will enjoy the midwest. The best place in America. No earthwaukes, no hurricanes, theres tornadoes but their really unlikely in the tri cities. Beatifull lakes and forests. Theres also something called snow that we have here!
 
Superfly
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 6:38 am

LOT767-300ER, what is a 'earthwaukes'?
California has snow too!

AirLingus, Michigan is great!
You are a lot closer to Canada!  Big thumbs up
Bring back the Concorde
 
Bicoastal
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RE: I Am Leaving California

Sun May 06, 2001 11:19 am

I'm a native born San Diegan. I grew up three blocks from the beach and still surf when I'm out at my home there. I do encourage everyone raised in California to live elsewhere at some point in their life. In fact, no one, in my opinion, should live and die within 100 miles of where they were born. I've lived in Europe, traveled for work and pleasure throughout Asia and now live half to 3/4 time in Washington, DC. This perspective has led me to conclude that native born Californians are very shallow and have no idea what life is like for others in the world. Immigrants from foreign lands are the most hard working and appreciative to be there. Those that have "immigrated" from other parts of the United States seem to be running from something and have brought their loser mentality with them as well as very "un-Californian" attitudes. Yes, good life does exist outside the tarnished State of California. My memories of growing up in a Beach Boy era will always be cherished but the overcrowding and other woes have killed the goose that laid the golden egg called California.
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