Hypothetically, let's say you had to live in California for your whole life and never leave the border.

Hypothetically, let's say you had to live in California for your whole life and never leave the border. What would you do? Where would be your home base and what would you travel to on weekends and on longer week long vacations?

Killing yourself is not allowed.

I'd probably live near San Diego because it's more conservative and has nice food. For vacations I'd mostly visit the mountains and probably avoid LA.

  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    If money was no issue, i'd stay in Palm Springs, it's a nice place (or maybe it's because i only stayed in nice boutique hotels).

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I live in San Diego. I like it here, a lot of the things I like to do are here or somewhere close. I avoid LA. It completely went to shit during covid and is full of bums and people wearing masks by themselves outside now. I'll go to like Long Beach which is chill but not actual LA.

      Palm Springs is like living in Arizona but without the lower prices and hands-off government that comes with it. Its over 100 every day from May until about Halloween.

      What's the most conservative part of California then?

      San Diego used to be very conservative. But they elected a leftist taco looking fuck that talks positively about WEF agendas so idk. I think a lot of the more conservative boomers have left the area and have been replaced by hipster gays and million fucking mexicans looking for free shit. The demographic change is noticeable.

      I'd say its still more conservative than LA or the bay area which are further to the left than Bernie Fucking Sanders these days, just because so much employment is tied up with the military. It's hard to be far left and work for General Atomics making nukes.

      The most outwardly red parts of the state though are the rural white areas of the inland empire, everywhere stretching from Temecula to Rosamond as long as its not a town with a lot of mexicans (so not large cities) people will be extremely conservative and will generally like guns, ATVs and shit like that. The other conservative part of the state is the far north above Redding.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >San Diego is more conservative and has nice food

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's the most conservative part of California then?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the most conservative part of California then?
        are you fucking retarded?
        it's pic relates obviously
        Shasta, Siskiyou, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, El Dorado, Calaveras, Alpine, Tuolumne...all are 90% republican, San Diego county is solid blue and a mexican shithole too

        learn geography you fucking braindead retard

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Anon, you seem mad?

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            brainlets make me mad

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          In other words, all the places that are currently and have been on fire and will be until they become an ashy desert. Fuck

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Newport Beach in Orange County is nearly all white, and they overwhelmingly vote republican in local and national elections. Because the republicans run the city, violent crime is essentially non-existent. They enforce vagrancy laws, they don't lure homeless people into town with shit like homeless shelters and needle exchange programs. There are essentially zero rent controlled apartments. And if you steal something from a store, the police show up and arrest you. It's a hidden paradise in a liberal nightmare state. The problem is that everyone wants to live here, so real estate prices are fucking insane.

        There are some other nice little areas in Orange County like Irvine, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Hills, Aliso Viejo and a few others. The apartments have gotten so expensive, that some areas don't have any blacks or Mexicans and therefore zero crime.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          T. Sheltered califag

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            I lived in Baltimore for 5 years. That was enough black people for me to last 100 lifetimes. Occasionally, I do see black people in Newport duri9ng the summer, usually they're already handcuffed and sitting on the ground outside of the 7-11 where they just got busted for shoplifting.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              So your parents lived by the waterfront and you had to see blacks doing better than you from time to time then you had to see rich blacks in California and had to post your sad racist lies?

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Probably more like his black neighbors were causing disturbances all the time all the while collecting welfare on OPs dollar

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                I lived in Savannah for a year and let me tell you buddy those black people are something else. This one guy would come up to me and ask if I'd pay for him to wash my car. He'd also be shirtless and have these disgusting fingernails. Sometimes I'd see him hitchhiking with his daughter. This one other house of black people was always causing a ghetto drama at night. I distinctly remember one of them shouting "YOU GET FUCKING FREE FOOD STAMPS"! I had this one based neighbor who was always hinting he was going to burn their house down. There was this other black lady who would always scream at me to keep my dog off her curb, but then her kids would always be riding their bikes around other people's driveways. I could go on but I'm much happier being in a place with fewer black people.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                I'm going to be real with you. I had black friends when I lived in Baltimore. There was a school for the blind across from my apartment complex and I used to hang out with a cool dude who went there. I had a black girlfriend who was from Jamaica for a brief time. And I had a lot of cool black dudes that I worked with. But 95 percent of the black people in Baltimore were straight trash. They were unemployed, drug addicted Black folks who wandered the streets and sat on the porch all day doing nothing. I would love to live in an area withe a bunch of well to do blacks who were friendly and hardworking, but I don't think such a place exists, or Ive never seen it. In Baltimore, I had so many negative experiences with black people that it would take years for me to tell you about them. The week before I moved, I saw a homeless person commit suicide off an overpass in front of me. Shit like that happened almost weekly. So I moved my ass to Newport Beach. The worst crime Ive seen in 10 years was a mild fist fight over a game of beer pong on the 4th July. Are you really so delusional that you think black people are living some peaceful harmonious existence?

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Newport Beach
          best city in all of the US. Girls are hot as fuck too.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            ehhh its ok.
            It's expensive.
            >it was expensive even 50 years ago
            It's full of dickhead rich fratbros like

            I'm going to be real with you. I had black friends when I lived in Baltimore. There was a school for the blind across from my apartment complex and I used to hang out with a cool dude who went there. I had a black girlfriend who was from Jamaica for a brief time. And I had a lot of cool black dudes that I worked with. But 95 percent of the black people in Baltimore were straight trash. They were unemployed, drug addicted Black folks who wandered the streets and sat on the porch all day doing nothing. I would love to live in an area withe a bunch of well to do blacks who were friendly and hardworking, but I don't think such a place exists, or Ive never seen it. In Baltimore, I had so many negative experiences with black people that it would take years for me to tell you about them. The week before I moved, I saw a homeless person commit suicide off an overpass in front of me. Shit like that happened almost weekly. So I moved my ass to Newport Beach. The worst crime Ive seen in 10 years was a mild fist fight over a game of beer pong on the 4th July. Are you really so delusional that you think black people are living some peaceful harmonious existence?

            >still better than a morontown
            But the worst part is that it gets really packed with tourists during the summer and the traffic/parking is bad.
            >Sucks if you live on the peninsula.
            The girls are hot though. Too bad they wouldn't go near any of you autists.
            >lots of milfs tho

            Lived in So Cal all my life, current SFV resident.

            If I could only live in one place in California, and had no worries about job/family whatever, id choose Bishop, CA. Perfect jumping off point for everywhere in the Sierra Nevada - the most temperate major mountain range in the world. The Sierra Nevada are absolute world class territory.

            Id also live in Santa Barbara, Calabasas,or almost any wilderness adjacent area. Even Acton seems like a quiet, comfy place, yet 30 minutes or so from the Valley with no traffic. Many coastal towns are also quite lovely. Almost everywhere I listed is incidentally “red”.

            Bishop looks boring. It's a place you drive through. The town looks like it hasn't changed since 1950. That might sound comfy but I think it would get old quick since nobody who likes any kind of fun lives there. I've heard most people there are mormon. It does look and feel like a small town in Utah. The nature there is very good and few people seem to visit the eastern sierra except for popular sites like Yosemite. You'll almost always have wherever you hike or camp to yourself.

            https://i.imgur.com/1D1ulEb.jpg

            Been living in the san gabriel valley for a while now, unfortunately can't afford Arcadia anymore. I guess if you want a quiet town then Arcadia, San Marino, or Chino Hills are nice. Nothing exciting to do though. On an unrelated note, how do you find hookers in SoCal other than massage parlors? Massage ones are typically old hags, and those on WeChat seem like scams.

            You go to Tijuana.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          unless you're a part of their social circle, or atleast have similar status/presentation, what makes you think they want you in their town? unless you plan to be a non-social outcast, then whatever..

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        I went to Redding once and it was all shirtless white meth heads so Im guessing there

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Riverside County. It's basically Tennessee with sand. I've seen massive pick ups with General Lee and Trump flags all over. Lots of white people with guns. Complete polar opposite of LA.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          trump is a reactionary, not a conservative

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Austin

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Central valley like Bakersfield & Fresno. And, Orange County.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        The farming parts in central california real Northern California above Chico minus humboldt and Mendocino and then Orange County

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Unironically Little Saigon, Orange County (Westminster and Garden Grove). All the people who live there are South Vietnamese refugees who hate Communism.

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I lived in San Francisco for nearly twenty years and will always love the place, but I probably won’t go back. I would like a biggish house in the Berkeley hills, from which I would go to SF for city needs, and to rural Sonoma or Mendocino for country needs. Tahoe in the winter, maybe the occasional summer, beaches down south once or twice a decade when the itch strikes.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Great taste. This would be an option I'd consider too. Some of those homes in the Berkeley hills are insanely comfy, particularly as you get back toward Tilden.

      >Newport Beach
      best city in all of the US. Girls are hot as fuck too.

      La Jolla is pretty nice. I don’t know, though.

      San Diego suburb is the answer

      https://i.imgur.com/Pmta4Xp.jpg

      >Where would be your home base
      Carmel-by-the-sea. Neat little town and very beautiful. Clint Eastwood used to be its mayor at one point.
      >what would you travel to on weekends
      Thousand Oaks. Some of the greatest sites you will see in California.
      >on longer week long vacations?
      Canyon Lake. Another beautiful town to relax and enjoy life.

      all great choices too, I'm fond of Carmel as well. The central coast, particularly Carmel is so underrated

      I bought a house in 2019 for 400k. Small town about an hour from a major city in CA. Now it's worth 800k and my neighborhood is full of mask wearing Tesla driving gays that work from home, moved here from LA, voted in insane liberal policies, and all the normal people and families disappeared off to Idaho or Texas or something. It's childless laptop class and beaners here only now. It's cool I have equity, I'm happy about that, but holy fuck who can afford this and work normal jobs. These definitely aren't my people.

      my sympathies to you.

      Other Options I'd consider:
      >Live in West Marin (probably Bolinas), the place is pure beauty and soul. Vacation in Joshua Tree, San Diego, Tahoe, Humboldt

      >Live in a dope house in Sausalito with a view of the bay, vacation in same spots

      >Live Santa Cruz, vacation in the Sierras or Big Sur
      *this was my life for years, can confirm it's comfy as fuck

      >Live in Encinitas, vacation in Monterey bay, Joshua Tree, Los Angeles or OC / SD for parties and night life

      >Live in Sebastopol area, vacation along the northern coast of the state, nightlife in Oakland or SF

      etc.

      There's plenty of options. It's such a big state, with so many remote areas and different micro climates that you can get a lifetime's worth of variety and scenery pretty easily. It really does have pretty much everything in terms of foods, cultures, entertainment, sports, etc. You can be rural and isolated, or suburban and normie as fuck, or all up in any number of subcultures no problem. CA has (or had) enough travelers and transplants coming in that you get plenty of variety of people, assuming you're in a densely populated enough of a place. I honestly miss the fuck out of it, and if it were affordable and not ruined by immigrants, asshole transplants, and drought, I'd still happily call it home.

      This 'challenge' wasn't really challenging at all.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm fond of Carmel as well. The central coast, particularly Carmel is so underrated
        Carmel fills the void that Monterey used to. Such a shame what happened to Monterey. Fell to the same trap as South San Francisco aka "South City".

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        what do you do for work? Just evacuated santa cruz becuase im a poor gay.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        That looks like Jackie Treehorn's pool.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        santa cruz is awesome, i'm surprised nobody else has mentioned it. one of the coziest cities in california with a great vibe, I would definitely still live there if I could afford it.

        what do you do for work? Just evacuated santa cruz becuase im a poor gay.

        same, I used to live off ocean street and I miss it. too many techie gays from over the hill were moving in when I was finishing up school there, it's probably even worse now.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    somewhere between san luis obispo and Monterrey California on one of them beautiful seaside properties with a nice vista up and down the coast. The few times a year I would actually need to travel into a big city I would have a god tier drive either up or down the coast.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Carmel or Pebble for sure.

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I had to come back to cali from europe because reasons and im leaving as soon as possible.

    Lunch at a decent restaurant not even fancy, was 70 for two. lol.

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anywhere in the north would be fine

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >low crime rates
    >fun nightlife
    >mostly laidback and less pretentious than SF/LA
    >temperatures during the day rarely get outside the 65-75 window
    SD seems really nice if you can afford it

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lived in So Cal all my life, current SFV resident.

    If I could only live in one place in California, and had no worries about job/family whatever, id choose Bishop, CA. Perfect jumping off point for everywhere in the Sierra Nevada - the most temperate major mountain range in the world. The Sierra Nevada are absolute world class territory.

    Id also live in Santa Barbara, Calabasas,or almost any wilderness adjacent area. Even Acton seems like a quiet, comfy place, yet 30 minutes or so from the Valley with no traffic. Many coastal towns are also quite lovely. Almost everywhere I listed is incidentally “red”.

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    La Jolla is pretty nice. I don’t know, though.

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    San Diego suburb is the answer

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This
      .t. Tierrasanta resident

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hey Tierrasanta, I'm over here in Allied Gardens

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Been living in the san gabriel valley for a while now, unfortunately can't afford Arcadia anymore. I guess if you want a quiet town then Arcadia, San Marino, or Chino Hills are nice. Nothing exciting to do though. On an unrelated note, how do you find hookers in SoCal other than massage parlors? Massage ones are typically old hags, and those on WeChat seem like scams.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      ehhh its ok.
      It's expensive.
      >it was expensive even 50 years ago
      It's full of dickhead rich fratbros like [...]
      >still better than a morontown
      But the worst part is that it gets really packed with tourists during the summer and the traffic/parking is bad.
      >Sucks if you live on the peninsula.
      The girls are hot though. Too bad they wouldn't go near any of you autists.
      >lots of milfs tho

      [...]
      Bishop looks boring. It's a place you drive through. The town looks like it hasn't changed since 1950. That might sound comfy but I think it would get old quick since nobody who likes any kind of fun lives there. I've heard most people there are mormon. It does look and feel like a small town in Utah. The nature there is very good and few people seem to visit the eastern sierra except for popular sites like Yosemite. You'll almost always have wherever you hike or camp to yourself.

      [...]
      You go to Tijuana.

      Dopamine addicts with no hobbies

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Seems a great place to live: "they live in 32 square foot..."

  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been in Oceanside since March. It's pretty decent. All of north county is very nice. Good luck buying a house here though. Very very attractive girls all around. I don't think I'll say here after December though - I just don't see myself actually living long term in Cali.

  14. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Look I'm more racist, conservative, tradwife, redpilled whatever the fuck than any of you. But honestly living in conservative areas of California fucking suck, and people are fucking weird. I'm not sure how to describe it other than the conservative people here are such phonies, and overly strange. Whether in the SJV, IE, you're better off living in chud pothead paradise. In other states live rural and you're fine. Go to Oregon if you want what California's rural conservative scene should look like.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Conservative places, regardless of politics, are just fucking boring. Everything is super spreadout, with chain stores and strip malls everywhere. Boy I love driving 20 minutes to get to the nearest restaurant which happens to be an olive garden. The lack of crime and fairly priced properties are nice, but god its fucking boring.

      I also find it funny that the conservatives on this site seem so detached from how god awful normie conservatives are. These are the people who unironically spend all day on facebook posting minions memes. Their conversations revolve around their kids after school activities and what they saw on fox news. A night out at Applebees is exciting to them

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Then leave you homo drug addict cumbrain

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          I already did you retarded gay

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        The excitement that liberals crave is hordes of angry morons with bricks destroying every city in the US. I'm very happy to live in a city where we don't have blacks.

  15. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    cope and seethe you flyover state gays.

    just last week i visited Yosemite nat'l park, sequoia nat'l park, big sur, and Monterey bay and I was never more than a 4 hour drive from my house

    rent free...

    >inb4 muh homeless

  16. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    i drove from san fran to LA and in your hypothetical i would live somewhere between Monterey and Santa Barbara, probably in Santa Barbara. 15 years ago, i don't know what it is like today, it was maybe the coolest place i have ever been: chilled out, small, friendly, good beach.
    surfing and those coastal mountains/big sur for weekends and skiing at tahoe in the winter.

  17. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is northeast Cali always on fire as much as people make it seem like? I just want a comfy shack with access to water, electricity, and high speed internet.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      its fine. There's lots of land that has been cleared of dense forest and brush.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Long story short, yes. Unless you're in an area that burned recently, Ready, Set, Go is a very real concern. The bigger problem is the shit air quality during fire season because it will impact basically the entire west coast. This is starting to be an issue all year around now, instead of just in the late summer and early fall as previously.

  18. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Developed areas (i.e. not mctrailer park shitholes) with almost all white people are usually the least conservative.
    I don't know why chuds have this fascination with living in bumfuck nowhere, as if they've never tried it. I mean, I live in Ohio. THERE'S JUST CORN BUD. ONLY CORN. Unless you like grandpa's cheese barn, I would not recommend it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      2020 changed me. I lost interest in going to big cities. When city entertainment venues shut down, I realized I didn't really need that stuff as much as I thought I did. Now I like just spending time outside with like minded people.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      'life in da big city' gets old after a while, usually once you get old and out of your 20s. At least people from 'bumfuck nowhere' who are done with their stint in 'da big city' get to go home with a savings account that will let them buy a house and be comfortable, us cursed Cali residents have the option of going back to our hometowns in Cali where, surprise surprise, the house prices have tripled and our savings aren't worth shit. And obviously other states don't want us moving in and inflating their housing markets either, hence threads like this, which are basically 'how can I escape Cali without actually being a Cali refugee?'

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I bought a house in 2019 for 400k. Small town about an hour from a major city in CA. Now it's worth 800k and my neighborhood is full of mask wearing Tesla driving gays that work from home, moved here from LA, voted in insane liberal policies, and all the normal people and families disappeared off to Idaho or Texas or something. It's childless laptop class and beaners here only now. It's cool I have equity, I'm happy about that, but holy fuck who can afford this and work normal jobs. These definitely aren't my people.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are just a boring person with no hobbies, typical libtard

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I have a billion different hobbies. That has literally nothing to do with living in BFE vs somewhere where people live...

  19. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Where would be your home base
    Carmel-by-the-sea. Neat little town and very beautiful. Clint Eastwood used to be its mayor at one point.
    >what would you travel to on weekends
    Thousand Oaks. Some of the greatest sites you will see in California.
    >on longer week long vacations?
    Canyon Lake. Another beautiful town to relax and enjoy life.

  20. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >San Diego because it's more conservative and has nice food

    Aren't you guys afraid of living near the border?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      It might surprise you libtards but living around Blackws and beans makes you face reality and become racist. That's why the southeast is conservative and the northeast are flaming poofters

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >It might surprise you libtards but living around Blackws and beans makes you face reality and become racist.
        Is that why white city dwellers are so ultra liberal? Fucking retard

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          cities are still segregated and the morons that live in white areas aren't even black, practically speaking. do they have black skin? sure, but they sing Dancing Queen at karaoke night with their friends who work in big tech

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're not even white, lmao

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              i'm on sighsee gay i don't think there's any question that I'm white

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Question: why do you tounge morons asshole?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                because I'm here for a good time, not for a long time.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Those are brain damaged college retards, like yourself

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's not any more noticeably Mexican than other areas of CA that are hundreds of miles away from the border. Areas of Eastlake and Chula Vista feel like they're closer to the Philippines than to TJ.

  21. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Smoke meth and get fucked by latino tranniea with 10 inch dicks.

  22. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What would you do?
    A week at Disneyland and then kill myself.

  23. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    does anyone else here live in Fresno lol let's link up

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous
  24. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would find some mountain town that doesn't get hot, have low levels of non-Whites and is conservative. Sadly a place probably does not exist.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Those place exist but there aren't a lot of jobs or there.

  25. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd dig a tunnel to TIJUANA
    ESSAY

  26. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I really like the constant cool weather of the Eureka/Crescent City area. Are there any Conservative places up there? Apparantly Eureka is a super ultra leftist place that even pantyfa are scared of.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      In California the closer you get to the ocean the more liberal it gets, sometimes you don't even have to go very far (a mile) before things get noticeably less pozzed.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Interesting

  27. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    As someone who lives in California, i honestly think San Bernardino county is the best place for being close to tourist destination while being out of hell. Upper upland is especially nice

  28. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What would you do?
    Kill myself.

  29. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Born and raised Latino Angelino. I grew up all my life in the North Hollywood Arts District, which used to be primarily white and Latino families. After the construction of the NoHo Red Line station, a bunch of new development followed in the following decades, and has picked up even more these last few years, as old apartments and houses have been bought out and are replaced by huge, overpriced apartment blocks.
    While development is sometimes good for the community, it also brings in a lot of people. Besides an increase in homeless, there has also been an uptick in the black population when before the number was relatively small. A lot of it can be attributed to black people going to college and making more money to afford the prices of these apartments, but as the old saying goes "you can take a black from the ghetto but you can't take the ghetto out the black". These last few years of development has brought an increase in crime including break-ins, burglaries, assaults, and in some cases even shootings.
    Right now there is a bit of an exodus from residents to other communities to escape this diversification. This includes my family and I, and we will be moving up to Santa Clarita where it's still relatively affordable, and still white, and non-ghetto minorities. LAPD does nothing to stop the growing crime, and many blacks (and other Latinos) have grown emboldened by this. Communities like Studio City and Sherman Oaks are also seeing increase in crime. Burbank is a good option but it's hella expensive, but their police are good at keeping homeless out and keeping crime in check.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      so by doing that, the city and real estate developers are just creating future ghettos?

  30. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    San Rafael
    I your answer revolves around politics, have a nice day.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >San Rafael
      Has a lot of low rent apartment complexes filled with people of color. It's the worst part of Marin County. The crime is like 5 times higher than in Tiburon 5 miles to the south.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Seriously the whole bay area is just ass. Not even from the political side, there's just nothing worth seeing except for the city itself but that's it's own set of problems. But to get to any good beaches, mountains etc., they're hours away. All the service jobs are beaners, poojeets or angry rude asians. It's a huge sausage fest and the few women there are usually trans or lesbos. All the things people brag about are variations of how you can be a nerd there without being considered a loser. That's it.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Marin County has a lot of outdoor stuff. Mount Tam is right there. Epic hiking. And the bike trails in Marin are world class. You can Kayak, swim, sail, etc. Muir Beach is 20 minutes away. The weather on Marin is also much nicer than the city because they don't get the fog because the mountain blocks it.

          I actually found it to be very easy as a guy to get laid. With so many gay dudes, the women were DESPERATE for cock. The only reason I left was because my rent was out of control. $3600/month for 800 square feet with 1 bed/1bath in Tiburon.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Its also boring as fuck outside of SF. Endless suburban shitholes with nothing to do, besides Oakland which is also a shithole for obvious reasons

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >muh boring

            Yes you are, get a hobby loser

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Oh wow look at me Im so interesting Im a man child who blows all my money on toys so I can sit in my house all day putting them together

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Boring manbaby can't imagine a hobby other than playing with tranime figurines

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              How does having hobbies make someone not boring? Hobbies are not a substitute for a personality.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nice try. Census says 66% white and 1.5% black. You have to go to hot as fuck Redding to find anything similar.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          San Rafael may be 66 percent white, but the 34 percent of Hispanics in those low rent apartments sure do commit a lot of crime.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      good thai “massage” parlor in San Rafael

  31. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Up north close to the coast but away from the more populated cities seems nice.

  32. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't have to imagine this hell; I live it.

  33. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Been there this summer forster time USA visit ever as a yuropoor. I really loved San Luis Obispo, comfy town, comfy place yet still close to LA and Big Sur

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The central coast is what my boomer mom says all of California used to be like in the 60s. It is really nice there.

  34. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Im from the deep south so 100 degrees and 100% humidity without AC for half the year is what im used to

    With this knowledge how much tougher will I be than the average californian if I visit?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where in CA? People in SF are used to 60 jacket weather and hate the heat. In San Joaquin valley it regularly get up to 110 in the summer, so I doubt theyd be very impressed by you

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Someone i know who has lived in fresno for the last 5 years but grew up here came to visit

        It was 75 degrees and 60% humidity, the dude was dying and didnt even want to go outside at all. For us, thats the nicest weather we can even hope for. He knew it because he grew up here and was very embarrassed.

        Humidity is a lot bigger deal than you think.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Central Valley reminds me lot of south Texas tbh.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >75 F
          >60% humidity
          That is very pleasant weather.
          t. houstonian

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Someone i know who has lived in fresno for the last 5 years but grew up here came to visit

        It was 75 degrees and 60% humidity, the dude was dying and didnt even want to go outside at all. For us, thats the nicest weather we can even hope for. He knew it because he grew up here and was very embarrassed.

        Humidity is a lot bigger deal than you think.

        But yeah just anywhere in cali

  35. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Hypothetically, let's say you had to live in California for your whole life and never leave the border. What would you do? Where would be your home base and what would you travel to on weekends and on longer week long vacations?
    >Killing yourself is not allowed.
    I am not a US citizen. I would just let my visa expire and have ICE deport me back to my home country. Booyah, I've made it out.

  36. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly, anywhere with a big Asian population is pretty based.

  37. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Santa Cruz, fair amount of golf courses in the area, and close to the Korean hookers in San Jose and San Mateo

  38. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would do what I do now. Stay in my house and not go outside. Play at private golf courses. Do whatever I can to not interact with my fellow Californians.

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