Best places for a foreigner to experiment with living in the United States?

Best places for a foreigner to experiment with living in the United States?

So far Houston looked alright, but it's all very confusing to me, I live in New Zealand, but wanted to see what it was like. If I did go to Texas, where should I go there, let's say I went for 90 days which is the max days I can go without a green card.

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe state what your looking for? fricking moron

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Somewhere chill, not in the middle of nowhere, but not directly in the city, ideally Texas as that's the place in America I wanted to visit the most.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        ok, then go there.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Well I don't want to go there and fall into some tourist trap that's too expensive, so I need to know where in texas is good to like rent a place etc. Can a tourist even rent a place? drive a car? buy a gun?

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Can a tourist even rent a place?
            Yes, if not poor.
            >drive a car?
            Yes.
            >buy a gun?
            No, but you can still shoot a gun.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              I'm not poor, where should I be looking for a rental for 90 days?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        (OP)

        Well I don't want to go there and fall into some tourist trap that's too expensive, so I need to know where in texas is good to like rent a place etc. Can a tourist even rent a place? drive a car? buy a gun?

        Reason(s) I want to move to America.

        1. More Unvaccinated People. (I never got a single jab, but 98% of people in NZ are Vaccinated)
        2. More People that Aren't Liberal/Woke/Crazy.
        3. Cheaper Shit/More Variety.
        4. Objectively Hotter Women, I like thick Girls, and here in NZ there isn't many. Most are Slim or Way too Skinny for my taste.
        5. More Business Opportunities.
        6. Guns (I have shot them here in NZ, but USA duh)
        7. Hotter Climate
        8. Cool Historical Sites/ Museums/Incl Niche Ones.

        >More Unvaccinated People

        Wyoming, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Idaho, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, North Dakota are only about 50-60% unvaxxed

        >More People that Aren't Liberal/Woke/Crazy
        Wyoming, West Virginia, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Idaho, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama, South Dakota, Tennessee, Louisiana, Nebraska, Utah, Mississippi, Indiana, Montana, Missouri, Kansas, South Carolina, Georgia are all >50% conservative

        >Cheaper Shit/More Variety
        Mississippi, Kansas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri, Iowa, West Virginia, Indiana have the lowest cost of living

        For variety, probably in the more populous / developed states out of the above listed like Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri

        >Objectively Hotter Women, I like thick Girls
        Georgia

        >More Business Opportunities
        Top 10 pro-business states are North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Minnesota, Texas, Washington, Florida, Utah, Michigan

        Tennessee and Georgia have been mentioned previously.

        >Guns
        Constitutional carry states are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming

        Georgia has been mentioned before

        >Hotter Climate

        It was 106 F in October (equivalent to 41 C in April since you are from NZ) when I went to Georgia

        >Cool Historical Sites / Museums / Incl Niche ones

        Georgia is very historical because of the Civil War. Savannah comes to mind as a very historical town.

        Georgia meets all of your criteria

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Georgia is a disgusting Black person filled state schill

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Only Atlanta and other inner cities, they're not all over the state

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Nashville Tennessee is a booming town rn.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Reason(s) I want to move to America.

    1. More Unvaccinated People. (I never got a single jab, but 98% of people in NZ are Vaccinated)
    2. More People that Aren't Liberal/Woke/Crazy.
    3. Cheaper Shit/More Variety.
    4. Objectively Hotter Women, I like thick Girls, and here in NZ there isn't many. Most are Slim or Way too Skinny for my taste.
    5. More Business Opportunities.
    6. Guns (I have shot them here in NZ, but USA duh)
    7. Hotter Climate
    8. Cool Historical Sites/ Museums/Incl Niche Ones.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I like thick Girls, and here in NZ there isn't many
      Signs this is a larp and/or marketing campaign
      > The New Zealand Health Survey 2020/21 found that: around 1 in 3 adults (aged 15 years and over) were classified as obese* (34.3%), up from 31.2% in 2019/20. there was a significant increase from 2019/20 to 2020/21 for women (31.9% to 35.9%), but not for men.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Obese doesn't = thick.

        Also Marketing Campaign? - Please explain.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      here's the stats on vaccines btw, for my age range

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        so your peers were responsible adults who cared about their health and the health of their loved ones?
        what caused you to be a paranoid manchild? you didnt fall for the politically motivated propaganda did you?

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          No they fell for propaganda, also I feel weird around the vaccinated, like I can't describe it. But it's like my skin feels like it's being cut with little shards and my heart feels weird.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm skeptical of the way covid was handled myself... but this is some schizo shit.

            San Antonio or Austin you degenerate sheep fricker

            Texas cities are blue. You won't notice a huge difference in places like Austin or Dallas compared to DC suburbs.
            Houston sucks. It's a dirty, mostly afro southern city like NOLA or Atlanta.

            (OP)

            [...]
            [...]

            >More Unvaccinated People

            Wyoming, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Idaho, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, North Dakota are only about 50-60% unvaxxed

            >More People that Aren't Liberal/Woke/Crazy
            Wyoming, West Virginia, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Idaho, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama, South Dakota, Tennessee, Louisiana, Nebraska, Utah, Mississippi, Indiana, Montana, Missouri, Kansas, South Carolina, Georgia are all >50% conservative

            >Cheaper Shit/More Variety
            Mississippi, Kansas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri, Iowa, West Virginia, Indiana have the lowest cost of living

            For variety, probably in the more populous / developed states out of the above listed like Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri

            >Objectively Hotter Women, I like thick Girls
            Georgia

            >More Business Opportunities
            Top 10 pro-business states are North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Minnesota, Texas, Washington, Florida, Utah, Michigan

            Tennessee and Georgia have been mentioned previously.

            >Guns
            Constitutional carry states are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming

            Georgia has been mentioned before

            >Hotter Climate

            It was 106 F in October (equivalent to 41 C in April since you are from NZ) when I went to Georgia

            >Cool Historical Sites / Museums / Incl Niche ones

            Georgia is very historical because of the Civil War. Savannah comes to mind as a very historical town.

            Georgia meets all of your criteria

            Don't discount mountain areas, even blue states like Colorado. People aren't hardcore religious fundies like they are in the south but in the ski areas people basically didn't give a shit about covid the whole time and viewed people dying of it as a problem for fat old people who with COPD live in the flatland and not something to worry about.
            Arizona is also very anti-government. Even with the Democrat governor getting elected (barely) its a state where people generally view all government dictates with resistance and suspicion. They actually passed an "anti-lockdown law" making lockdowns illegal in Arizona going forward.

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    San Antonio or Austin you degenerate sheep fricker

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why the hostility, normally it's you lot that come here. I'm the outlier weirdo that wants to go to your country.

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    also i'm down to stay with a stranger on here if that works, but i'd have to vid chat with you first etc

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    i recommend Austin, if you can afford it
    good luck Kiwianon

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Friends who live in Houston gripe about the weather and the traffic—it’s very humid compared to cities in the Texas interior. And if you’re expecting not to have to drive all the time because it’s a big city you will be profoundly disappointed. Everybody drives everywhere all the time in all Texan cities, although vestigial public transport does exist.

    They also rave about the Vietnamese food, which is indeed quite good. Probably the best in the US outside of California (although I’ve also been told that there’s excellent Vietnamese with Southern fusion influences in New Orleans, for what it’s worth).

    Elsewhere in Texas, a friend who lives in San Antonio won’t shut up about how awesome he thinks it is; only visited briefly but it is indeed pretty cool. Some history, a nicely redesigned riverfront. And the climate is milder than Houston.

    Austin has become very expensive and the sprawl sucks, but it is still probably the hippest city in Texas if you like people who are interested in being seen as cool. The live music scene remains legitimately solid. Best Texas city if you enjoy large colonies of bats.

    I had an uncle in Amarillo; it sucks. But my opinion is shaded by the fact that this uncle was an evil scumbag. It’s close (or close by Texas standards) to some areas of natural beauty, at least.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    that image looks so dreamy, what is it from?

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    > experiment with living in the United States?

    I wouldn't say Texas is exactly representative of the US. If you are set on Texas, I would go with Dallas/Ft.Worth or Austin.

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I live in Austin and can say that is an amazing city. The diversity of food options, live music, and other entertainment is on par with any other world class city in the world. I've also been to San Antonio and it was beautiful. Houston is too big in my opinion. When I visited it took 45 minutes and half a tank of gas to get anywhere WITHOUT traffic. Houston did have more museums but you are only going to do those once.

    The heat in Texas is not to be underestimated. Last year it was above 38C for 3 months straight.

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also don't mess around with the 90 day rule, plan on being out of the country (and saving documents that prove it like your boarding pass) 2 weeks before your time is up, because things can happen, your flight could get cancelled. This happened to an aussie friend, and he couldn't get another flight for the better part of a week. You don't want to get an entry ban if you're planning to move to the US.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      he should have just fricked off to mexico. or cancada

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Best places for a foreigner to experiment with living in the United States?
    College towns

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