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Is it just me, or is everyone else tired of living in the armpit of the United States?

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I've been solidly leaving serious hint to wifey that's it's time to go. She absolutely, positively won't leave until her mom takes a dirt nap.

Hmmmm, how can I speed up that process??

 

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I'm sure all of you are aware that it's not just gun owners.  People are fleeing NJ faster than any other state.  The bad news is that they are taking their liberal BS with them to contaminate other states.

I'm so afraid I'm going to be the last one to leave, and I'll have to turn off the lights on my way out.

Know why people in NYC are so depressed all the time?  It's because they realize the light at the end of the tunnel is New Jersey.  

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13 hours ago, Underdog said:

Is it just me, or is everyone else tired of living in the armpit of the United States?

Yup I was, but I did something about it. My only regret is not moving sooner. 

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Or shithole if you wanna put it bluntly. But yea I’m tired of living here, paying the ridiculous taxes and getting almost nothing in return, dealing with people who can’t drive, corruption, and so on and so on. 

I get a real kick out of people trying to explain how it’s good to live in this state as if it’s somehow unique and special. There’s nothing about this state that you can’t have anywhere else. It’s laughable hearing people defend it here. 

Thankfully my family has started to do what we can to fix up our home and make it easier for us to sell and more attractive to potential buyers. Looking to have it on the market sometime later this year. I’ve also begun looking over the border in PA for some property. I honestly can’t wait to get out. It’s on my mind all the time but especially every quarter when we pay taxes. 

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I was not born here, I’ve literally been and lived in a majority of the states. Nj is the longest I’ve ever stayed put. What occurs here disgusts me. My wife is the joisey gurl anchor here. One day she’ll be ready to move I hope. But whilst I am here, I’m going to give my best effort to change the tide in this state. 

Im watching the exodus, problem is it’s not just moderates or conservatives that are evacuating to other states. Like locust trying to destroy the next pasture.

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Fuck this shithole of a sanctuary state.  Fuck it right in its libtard paradise, overtaxed, nanny state asshole.
8 years max is what I have left in this piss-bag-fucktard state.  Mrs. Hungry and I are fleeing as soon as she gets her 25yrs in.

NJ sux, most of the people in it suck, and life sucks because of it.  Also winter sucks.   Cannot wait to get the hell out of here.  Fuck you New Jersey.

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45 minutes ago, falcone said:

I get a real kick out of people trying to explain how it’s good to live in this state as if it’s somehow unique and special. There’s nothing about this state that you can’t have anywhere else. It’s laughable hearing people defend it here. 

You're not paying attention. Here is what the Asbury Park Press (Communists) think are the best reasons to stay:

7 reasons to stay in (and not move from) New Jersey

(Ready for some good laughs?)

New Jersey: The Garden State. But, also, one of states people move away from the most. New Jersey has the distinction of ranking as the No. 1 state residents leave. According to a study done by American moving and relocation company United Van Lines, New Jersey had the highest percentage of outbound moves in 2018, followed by Illinois, Connecticut, New York and Kansas. New Jersey has been at (or near) the top spot for the past few years, only being edged out of No. 1 in 2017 by Illinois.

Shopping

Closeness to major cities (New York City and Philadelphia)

The beaches

The mountains

Sports

Food

People

https://www.app.com/story/life/2019/01/17/nj-reasons-stay-and-not-move-from-state/2539849002/#/gallery/

Remember, according to the idiots at APP, no other state can offer that list apparently... :fool:

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1 hour ago, xXxplosive said:

Your all Wrong......NJ is a beautiful state, from her ocean coastline to her mountains along the beautiful Delaware.....it's the elected dregs of society that have ruined her beyond repair....OMO.

Agree, but nothing is un repairable.

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I knew when I was a teenager and traveled around a lot that I wasn't going to stay in NJ.  The only thing I'm going to miss are the Boardwalk's.   There's something special to me about the smell of the food cooking mixed with the smell of the wood boards and the ocean on a hot summer night.  In the cold winter it has a special feel to it too.  

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What was it about the beaches?  Was it the parking fee, the beach badge fee, the highway toll fee, the gas tax fee, the overpriced food fee?  Or was it the quality of the grainy sand, the slimy water, or the character of the other humans plopped only inches away from your towel?

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3 hours ago, xXxplosive said:

Your all Wrong......NJ is a beautiful state, from her ocean coastline to her mountains along the beautiful Delaware.....it's the elected dregs of society that have ruined her beyond repair....OMO.

You need to get out more into other states.

I lived in Virginia for a handful of years. People there thought NJ was only filled with refineries and asphalt roadways. :o

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9 hours ago, JC_68Westy said:

I cannot for the life of me figure out how anyone stays in New Jersey.  Whenever I go to visit I see an overall misery. There are few (if any) states worse than NJ, most places are much nicer.

Paid off mortgage.

Family.

Closeness to major metropolitan areas.

Jersey Shores.

 

I'm sure there's a dozen other reasons that keep us assholes in NJ.

 

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4 hours ago, xXxplosive said:

Your all Wrong......NJ is a beautiful state, from her ocean coastline to her mountains along the beautiful Delaware.....it's the elected dregs of society that have ruined her beyond repair....OMO.

I feel the same way.  We got mountains, shore, casinos, malls, NYC next door (or not if you look at it in a different way) best sports teams, no tax on clothing (until they take that away) and of course the best diners. Yes we get taxed to oblivion but we also make more money than other places too.

I have too much vested interest here myself.  I know all the bad stuff but its my home.  I will not lose hope.  I am staying here for the same reasons Anthony at GFH always talks about as well.  As he says, there is nowhere to hide.  The cancer is spreading everywhere.  Other places have become "marginally" better.

Never give up!  #MAGA

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