Did anyone else growing up want to move to California?

Did anyone else growing up want to move to California? the California media of Hollywood, GTA, Rap music, Friday, low riders, Tacos, Surfing, Dodgers, skateboarding, etc was everywhere and looked fun

That image of Califonia changed very fast real quick lol

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >the California media of Hollywood
    israeli propaganda
    >GTA
    Real life isn't like a video game
    >Rap music
    Black person trash
    >Friday
    That's a day of the week
    >low riders
    Stupid Mexicans
    >Tacos
    You sound like a stupid white woman fawning over the tacos
    >Surfing
    Never done it, but it looks fun. Surfer girls are easy.
    >Dodgers
    Nothing special
    >skateboarding
    Fun stuff

    California is a beautiful state, but you picked some of it's worst aspects.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That’s the name of a day
      Friday is the name of a classic LA hood movie you uncultured homosexual frick

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >That's a day of the week
        kys zoomer

        I know what it is. I didn't think OP would be moronic enough to think Compton is anything like that movie.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That's a day of the week
      kys zoomer

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I knew several friends that did and they told me not to after they moved back.

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    The only factor that really matters when you move to California is can you afford it? If you can. you don't want to move to LA. I lived in Universal City for a month when I was 21 and that was enough to last me for a lifetime. The gays, the homelessness, the crime, the traffic, the cost. But as an adult, I moved to Newport Beach in Orange County. It's a whole different world down here. We don't have any of the problems that LA has. It's an all white city with zero crime. They enforce the vagrancy laws and run out the homeless people. If you can afford it, there is no better place in the US to live.

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I grew up in socal in the 80s and 90s and it was great. It's amazing how things have gone to shit so quickly, you'd expect civilizational decline to be a little slower.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      It happens slowly then all at once. It's a shame how such a great state was ruined. Unfortunately as goes California so goes the rest of the country.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Same, anon. It used to be when I would go other places people would be so enthralled with the idea of living in California.
      >do people really surf every day?
      >do people really meet movie stars?
      >is it really 70 and sunny all year?
      Now its just "is your governor raeally a massive homosexual or does he just act like one?"
      California used to be this cool fun place to live. In highschool I used to go offroading and dirtbiking with friends in the desert in the winter and we'd be at the beach all summer. We'd build huge bonfires at both places at night and get hammered and try to get laid. It was a really fun time and videos of that era make me super nostalgic. These things still exist but now they're full of mexicans and trashy people and zoomers just stay inside playing vidya all the time.

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    you couldn't pay me enough to live in California

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      See, that's the rub. They can. The same nurse who makes $40,000 in Florida can move to California and make $180K with a pension after 5 years. It's the same for teachers. If you don't mind renting for a few years, you can live a significantly elevated lifestyle in California.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        You would just do that? Go on the internet and tell lies?
        Anyways that will only be true if you work 80 hours a week. And unlees you want to kill someone because your greed made you work 30-40 hours at your worst condition. I ask that you don't do that.
        On the other hand there is also specialized nurses like anesthesia or managment nurses. Those definitely can touch near 200k on full time schedule.
        Only warning is that rent will be $2000 a month for a single bedroom even in the worse off areas. So if you want realistic expectations. Expect to pay $3000 for an apartment for yourself and still drive an hour to work depending on luck. A realistic compensation would be around 100k a year. Key word being comp. Actual pay may not cross $5000 in cash a month for 90% of nurses.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          The starting salary for a nurse with 8 years of experience at UCSF is 180K. Fist year nurses make $160. They typically work 36 hours a week, which is three 12 hour shifts. You get a 5 percent raise every year after that on a scale. They match your 401K contribution and you get a pension after 5 years. You get 3 weeks of PTO and additional sick time. The commute across the bridge from Mill Valley is 30 minutes. My rent for a 2 bedroom house is $2800. The travel nurses out here here make even more.

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            r u b noorse? 1st yr RN 160K? that's higher than many tech jobs

            • 7 months ago
              Anonymous

              Good frick the t*ch meme

              Only shit that’ll never not be a meme ever is medicine

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    California is awesome to visit. I was a skater kid and I LOVE Huntington Beach. Such a dope spot. If I made 150k+ AFTER TAXES I would definitely live there

    However, I was dialed into reality early in adulthood and all my homosexual friends who moved there after college got rekt within a few years and had to quietly move back in with their parents back on the east coast in their safe little suburbs and regroup cuz they were delusional homosexuals and thought being an account manager for Yelp! would allow them to survive in San Francisco.

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Socal and San Francisco in the 70s-90s must've been the pinnacle of American life

  8. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wanted to move there in 2015 or so. I was depressed and watched The OC all the time so I wouldn’t feel alone. It seemed like a nice place to live (even though the show itself does everything to convince you that it isn’t).

    That way of life is disappearing now. You’ll need exponentially more money to insulate yourself from the policies in place there. I do at least speak Spanish now.

  9. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was born in Californicate and did elementary years there in the 90s. Shit was awesome. I grew up where they filmed Real Housewives of Orange County (Coto de Caza) but this was before the show existed. Skate culture, Pokemon, playing street hockey with friends outside, like real healthy children are supposed to do. Many of my neighbors taught their dogs how to either pull a skateboard or ride a skateboard themselves.

    Now I'm back in California, in a suburb of Sacramento. I've lived in SF. I make $400K/yr (doctor) and I still feel poor. A good house in a decent neighborhood is $1M+ even in 2nd-tier CA cities like these Sac suburbs. If you're in SF or LA, prepare to spend $2-3M for a semi-livable home.

    The Cali dream is still available (outdoor lifestyle, live by the beach, drive a nice convertible around lux areas, etc.) if you're mega-rich.

    Basically this state is not for newbs at life, or anyone who didn't inherit major money or make major money from being a techfraud or some shit.

  10. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    California still has some uber-cool spots. It is a huge fricking state with unbeatable topographic and cultural variety. No need to spend time in the shithole areas. The CA coast's natural beauty after good spring rains is among the greatest on Earth. One can spend weeks exploring all the wonders of rural California by car and never enter a major city.
    >not a single SighSeeer in the thread is moronic enough to call the state Cali, when Cali is a city in Colombia
    There is hope for you gays yet

  11. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    born and raised. The California of today is nothing like it was even a decade ago, let alone 2 decades ago

  12. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty sure a lot of people did, which is why it’s what it is today.
    Glad to see it’s commencing to shift though, the people moving there are choosing Texas or Oregon and whatnot.

  13. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine moving to a place you need a car for the purpose of having fun, lmao. Cali is one giant glorified suburb.

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