Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by kindablack, Jul 4, 2019.
Thailand. Cheep beer, cheeper hookers <3
It's the least expensive one on my list. Sort of liberal, has beautiful architecture, beautiful people.
Definitely OUT of the USA for sure! I'd say... either New Zealand, or Western Europe - Spain/Portugal/Italy... definitely...
Anybody been to Switzerland?
Don't go there. Is expensive af. I mean real expensive stuff. For holidays should be fine but you can't afford to stay there.
That country is a refugee for top level people, not for ordinary as us.
Having economic solvency, almost any country can be interesting, personally Holland, among other reasons for placing itself at the center of a great country that is Europe.
Somewhere by the sea in a nice cabin with a seaview.
I live in the USA but think Canada would be better.
I would like to go to usa or to another country, but not to Russia
I'm from the UK and would LOVE to live in the U.S, what is motivating you to move away?
Nevis in the Caribbean!
I'm happy in the US. I just wish I lived in a rural area.
*Netherlands and why?
Everything is expensive AF, they keep increasing taxes on everything, we are the most populated country per square km in Europe, thanks to an incompetent government we are in shortage of housing, you can't really escape the chaos, there are rules, laws and you need to get permits for literally everything, traffic violations cost a lot, insurances are too expensive and a lot of other smaller things that are annoying AF.
Nice for a vacations but once you're in the system they will rob you clean.
Count your blessings! I don't have all day, so I'll just highlight a few of the biggest points...
1) Either poor access to or VERY EXPENSIVE health care. Almost non-existent if you don't spend a WHOLE lot of money on insurance premiums, plus deductibles, plus co-pays etc.. even if you're paying over $100/mo for health insurance, if you go to a regular Dr I'tll still run you $100 plus any prescription they give you will be another copay of $25-50+ and if you go to the emergency room for any reason it's in the 1000s..
2) Complete lack of access to affordable public education. You would think that, like most first world countries, the government would prioritize access higher education for all, but doesn't appear to be the case. If you don't come from a wealthy family, either you're not going to college or you'll be in debt till the day you retire. ($50k/yr for college tuition or more, plus books and living expenses)
3) Wage disparity (has always been bad) but is growing at an alarming rate. The classic 90% vs 10% rivalry.. Getting astronomically worse - and homelessness is simply becoming more and more rampant, while services for them are getting either reduced or disbanded completely.
4) We have the highest percentage of incarcerated citizens of any country in the entire world. Jails and Prisons, as well as youth detention centers have been privatized by corporations - with our tax revenue going to their profits while they keep men, women, and youth incarcerated often times for a lot longer than reasonable for something really petty...
I could go on, I'm not a anti-america I'm just tired of all the BS..
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