Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by kindablack, Jul 4, 2019.
Wow, made me go there
somewhere where country population is 0
If you came to Egypt again just tell me, I would like to meet a blackhatter face to face. HAHA
For Internet marketer, probably go developing countries such as south Asia or east Europe
No one better than a resident to give a critical point.
Surely my idea is idyllic because I always like that country for its advanced culture and its people.
Definitely not the US or Belgium
Maybe New Zealand
I live in Canada and i do believe it's one of the greatest places to live.
But if I had to choose? I'd probably live in Italy, or New Zealand.
Some of Greek islands or Japan
Cyprus. Nice island, nice beach, cheap. 0% taxes on dividends.
Lies!! I bet you want to live in Molenbeek so badly!!
I would love to life in Florida or California.
I don’t know about these states much, but seems like beatiful places to live. I know prices aren’t that great. Maybe someone lives there and want to say something about living there?
Next is Greek Islands. I was there - something great. I love hot weather, so another +.
True, not everyone is living the dream here. We have some cities where they have "track the poop" apps because the streets are littered with human waste. San Francisco is one as is Los Angeles.
We do have the lowest unemployment rates since the 60s though, but we are on the verge of a major shift. California passed a $15/hr minimum wage a few years ago and in the next couple years we'll be fully up the graduated ladder to that amount. McDonalds has already started testing automated burger flipping grills, they already have kiosks to order at which will have a huge line to use while the cashier has no one in front of their line. Soon many of these entry level jobs will be automated.
I love the USA, of course I live in SoCal by Malibu and the San Fernando Valley (and yes, I'm guilty of having "Tubular", "as-if", and all the cliches as part of my vocab growing up). I've visited Canada, Mexico, Ireland, Scotland, England, France and Italy. Gorgeous countries each with their pluses and minuses. I could probably make Scotland or parts of Ireland work, but not year round. I'm used to 364 days of sun and 1 day of clouds. Plus, I would find it hard to live in a country where the 1984-esque "thought police" are in full force and citizens are not allowed to own firearms, let alone carry them on their person when out and about.
New Zeland is ecologically clean and so beautiful. Yesterday watched TV show about New Zeland and they said,
New Zealanders have a balance between work and other life, they are relaxed. I think it so, because they live near a nature.
I like Australia too, but don't want live there. I'm afraid of snakes and spiders
Finland would be my Dream destination feels like your in Heaven.
I currently live in far north of Sweden, it honestly sucks here, everything is ridiculously expensive from cost of living, to income taxes (some of the highest in the world).
So basically I will like to live anywhere in the first world Yukon/Northwest Territories in Canada or Alaska USA would be real good for me cause its a familiar environment in other countries.
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