Grain wrote:More specifically, the people in the earthquake zones.
I've always wondered why they do that.
DanTheTimid wrote:There's a lot of factors that go into determining where you live beyond simply frequency and severity of natural disasters. Does an area have a well paying job for you? If you have kids does the area have good schooling? Maybe you have other family living there you'd like to see more often, or maybe your trying to get away from family and none of your family lives there. Do you like the weather in that state, or the yearly scenery? Do you fancy your toaster and want to marry it but your current state is an old conservative christian state where that's not legal (though the way the US is going I'd wager if you give it a few years pretty much every states gonna let anyone marry anything and Lupos' "if you love games so much why don't you marry them" quote will be less a joke and more of a good question that makes you question if you and video games really do have a future together).
Grain wrote:DanTheTimid wrote:(some Sage Advice)
This thread wasn't meant to be nearly as serious as you've made it.
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