We don't want to get out. It's home.
I'm really tired of hearing that. I'm not on "my ass" to begin with. Your comment is smug.
“We don’t want to get out. It’s home.
I’m really tired of hearing that. I’m not on “my ass” to begin with. Your comment is smug. “
Me too! I’ve lived my entire 72 years of life here in Northern California. Like you, this is my home. I am tired of these obsequious pricks here on FR who think that they have the whole answer, move out! I’ve been to St. George, UT, it’s a bucolic place. And if you have no other interest than living in a low-cost place with nothing to do (except maybe go to the Temple, if you are a Mormon), but sit in front of your home and watch little or nothing going on you’d love it there.
The other part of this that’s so disingenuous is that these idiots somehow think that what’s happened in NY and CA ( and a few other notable places) isn’t going to ever reach them where they are. I’ve got news for them. It’s coming to where you live too. These jerks may survive to their graves if they are lucky, but their kids will have it in spades, unless they stand up and fight rather than fold their tent looking for a place where they don’t have to fight ( for the present maybe).
And here’s the kicker for Mr. St. George. My grandparents owned a beautiful polygamist home in downtown Provo, Utah (you know Brigham Young U. and all that). They rented one half to another family and the upstairs to students. Well when they died a bunch of years ago the family sold the place. I drove by a few years back to see what had happened to it, and you know what, there were FIVE MEXICAN FAMILIES living in it! Someone asked me (in Spanish) why I was taking a picture of “their” home.