I knew it! Sacramento makes the Most Miserable Cities List

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by CA357, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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  2. dog2000tj

    dog2000tj New Member

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    This makes me :(


    So what's the plan Don, when can you escape form Kali?
     

  3. gregs887

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    Wow, 4 out of 5. That will get you in the hall of fame. What do we win? :rolleyes:
     
  4. Dillinger

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    Stockton. Stockton. Stockton?? Who do I know lives in Stockton and deserves such a suck place to live.

    Oh yeah, those IDIOT Diaz Sisters. No wonder that place is number one on the list. Add Gilbert Melendez and that other idiot, it's obvious why it's been number one twice in three years. The missing year was when they were fighting overseas. :rolleyes:

    Don, pack up that truck and get the hell out of there already! Pretty soon it will be illegal to leave as you are likely one of the 800 or 900 people state wide actually legal and paying taxes. :eek:
     
  5. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger Active Member

    Is there any comfort, Don, in knowing that eight out of the top twenty are in California?

    No?
     
  6. Squirrel_Slayer

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    Of all the garbage cities in California, they chose Sacramento as one of the worst to live in? It isn't that bad........I sorta like it in Sacramento. Now if the state government could get their crap together, it could be a great place to live.
     
  7. dunerunner

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    Thank God they never made it up here!! :D
     
  8. Squirrel_Slayer

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    Ah, regardless of what happens with this state, I think within the next couple of years I will be moving out. Unless I just get a killer job that pays tons of money.
     
  9. NitroxAZ

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    They sure did hit the nail on the head with Stockton. What a sewer. The San Joaquin Valley was not to my liking when I lived in Commiefornia. The coast and Sierra ar emuch nicer.

    That said, get the H E double hockey sticks outta there boys.
     
  10. Squirrel_Slayer

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    If and when I do leave, I am not going back to AZ. Probably Nevada somewhere. I'll shoot up all the varmints till there are none left and then I'll move further East.
     
  11. CourtJester

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    Cali got 4 out of 5. No one can say that they're not consistent
     
  12. CA357

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    We may have to make a temporary (a year or so) move out of town to cheaper digs before we can exfil. Unfortunately, staying in State.

    It's Catch 22 living here. We just can't afford to do much while we're still living here. We're paying our expenses, but barely and so, we aren't able to save for a move. However, we can make a move to the Foothills, likely Amador County pretty inexpensively. That will cut our expenses by a minimum of $500. or more a month.

    I am hoping to find work at the Casino in Jackson and that income combined with what we save will allow us to finally bolt.

    If we're frugal, we can get out in about a year and actually have enough cash to make a smoother transition to a free State.

    I hate to make a double move, but if that's what it takes to finally get out of here, so be it.
     
  13. Squirrel_Slayer

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    There is always El Dorado County and the Redhawk Casino. It's a bit less expensive to live up the hill a ways isn't it?
     
  14. lonyaeger

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    More like 8 out of 20 if you look at the whole article.
     
  15. Shooter

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    Not a single Texas city on that list. I think I'm staying where I'm at.
     
  16. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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    Bailout from the Feds!

    Looked at the slide show, the states hardest hit, from my view:

    1. California
    2. Florida
    3. Michigan

    Checkout the USA Today chart, showing Clark County, Nevada 71.1%; number 1 in mortgages that are under water.

    http://www.usatoday.com/money/economy/housing/2011-02-04-under-water-chart_N.htm
     
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2011
  17. mrm14

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    Amador County not too bad of an area. Have family that has lived there for many years in and around Pioneer off Hwy. 88 just up the hill a bit from Jackson. Another good point if you move to or around Jackson is that your still real close to Sac. Valley Shooting range.
     
  18. CA357

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    That's exactly what I was thinking, it's closer to the range. :D
     
  19. dunerunner

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    Hang in there Don, and if you need help; just ask. ;)
     
  20. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Thanks Dune. :cool: