Why are you in still a flyover state anon?

Why are you in still a flyover state anon?

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Biding my time until I can move to Thailand and impregnate my gf and be happy.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you know Thai, you can get an apartment for 50 dollars a month.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I have a good job and can probably work remote. I just have to figure out how to relocate my entire life over there.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Literally me

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you say you'll be happy being there with your girlfren, this nothing to figure out. Stop being a little b***h. You deserve happiness.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      The SEA obsession on SighSee is unreal. You "people" need some serious help. Ugly 4ft brown yellowish slant eyed SEA women aren't help

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The SEA obsession on SighSee is unreal. You "people" need some serious help. Ugly 4ft brown yellowish slant eyed SEA women aren't help
        what do you got?
        "help" isn't very helpful
        I'm not leaving SEA until there's a good solution

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          What do you even do there? Name at least 5 non-sick pervert things that you enjoy SEA for.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >What do you even do there? Name at least 5 non-sick pervert things that you enjoy SEA for.
            1. Surfing ($900/month for a 2bd1ba a 3min walk to the waves). Other ocean acivities available as well
            2. Overall food scene: whether it's presence of spicy food, the food cost, or the delivery cost (like $1 vs $10+).
            3. It's a base for travel to east asia. For example,, I can get to japan in 4.5hr instead of 18-26hr, which makes it possible to do a weekend or 1 week trip instead of needing it to be a huge event
            4. Motorcycle culture. More people ride; repairs/maintenance/mods are cheaper too
            5. For the last part I'll go with a bunch of 'little' things that are hard to find in tandem, at least for me: almost no nigs, no winter, decent housing costs <$1500/month, and you can find #walkable areas if you value that. I can also get a (live-in) assistant for $200-400/month.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              Van life is superior to this I would rather be maimed and tortured by terrorists than pay rent of any kind

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Ok? Way to derail the whole discussion with your opinion on what is superior. I'm not a poorgay, so rent isn't an issue

                I much prefer having a place to living in a vehicle

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              Sounds fricking nice anon. What country? I'm assuming places near the beach that cheap that actually allow foreigners to rent without hassle would either be Thailand or the Philippines

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Is it? Sounds like it’s lower cost of living than the flyover states but with actual shit to do.

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Moved to one for work. I have a plan to gtfo soon but it might have to involve breaking up with my gf and that's weighing heavily on me

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Illinois can’t be a flyover state it’s United’s HQ and hub

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      So is Statefarm which is located in Bloomington-Normal. Besides Shitcago why else would anyone visit Illinois? Property taxes are skyhigh and the weather is terrible there 9 months out of the year. crime is terrible in the inner cities. Pot holes and shit maintained roads everywhere. Gang violence has spread to modest rural communities throughout central and southern Illinois. Families there are moving out in droves. Illinois was great ten/twenty years ago now it’s really gone to shit. Born and raised in central Illinois. Everyone I know young and old has moved the frick out. It’s turning into Black personville. The state is going to shit on so many levels. So happy I said goodbye last year.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I think you missed the joke anon.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Born in Decatur in early 80s.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    One day I'll spend a summer bumming around the UP camping on beaches... one day...

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    All of my friends and my parents are here. So everyone I care about. As much as I hate the Midwest, I don't love the feeling of leaving them all to start again. I worked so hard and for so long to find people I care about that also care about me. I can't just leave.

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    for the cost difference of housing alone between wisconsin and oregon I can afford to travel internationally for two months a year, build my own RV14 and own my own home instead of rent. I would be able to afford doing one of those three things on the west coast in the same high-trust stable 87% white community that I have here in wisconsin. and fwiw outside of madison they crack the frick down here, way more so than oregon.

    im not delusional enough to believe this is absolutely ideal, but I am happy with the choice I've made.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I can’t afford to escape yet

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's actually flyover? Aren't places like East Oregon and New Mexico counted since they're not along the coast and they have next to no opportunity? Is Mississippi and West Virginia not flyover? It seems like it's been referred to literally anything that isn't LA or NYC

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      New Mexico is flyover central. Dunno if you’ve been, but I drove up from Albuquerque through Santa Fe, into Colorado. There is quite literally nothing there. You can see for miles and miles. It’s actually a cool part of the world to see.

      Anyways, pretty much anywhere that doesn’t have some sort of commercial hub or big city would be considered flyover. Colorado = not flyover. West Virginia = flyover. The definition is ambiguous though, and it can be taken to include a bunch of different states. Coasties excepted.

      Actually, West Virginia is literally the most flown-over state in the country.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        West Virginia is also the whitest too. Hmmm

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I live in Kansas. I don't want to leave. Weather is liveable year round, very low COL, neighborly, great laws, friendly culture, low number of woke morons and nogs, plenty of work to go around. I have a 2500 sq foot house in the suburbs that wouldn't get me a fricking dilapidated shack in the hood for what I pay for my mortgage. I'm married to a beautiful white woman, and raising my children in a nearly all white community with strong family values.

    Californians frick off and sleep in the bed you made

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      At least you are bought into your housing market, but the sad fact is the coastals have the money from their make believe fake economy which got them rich but in the process fricked up our country. They're coming.

      Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Oregon, Colorado and Utah are all dead. Idaho's fate is sealed. Montana and Wyoming are holding on OK, mainly due to climate, but their position isn't great. The next frontier for liberals fleeing their creation is the middle west, and they've already got footholds scattered all over.

      You will be Oregonified
      You will have fentanyl addicts impervious to the law all over town
      Your children will have sex changes and if you even speak in opposiiton you will go to jail
      Your neighborhood will be "ungentrified" so the low wage immigrants who take your jobs can have an appropriate ghetto to live in
      You will be taxed more to fund reparations, which have already started in the midwest.

      Its unironically over.

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because if you live in a good neighborhood in Chicago, it's a great city

    >inb4 alarmist pussies whining about "muh crime"
    Keeps it affordable here
    No I will not tell you which neighborhoods are comfy

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are a big fricking homosexual

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Flyovercels are subhumans with no culture

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Never mistake suburbanites for real humans, you expose yourself as having no culture when you do this.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Here's your culture anon

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Have a conversation with any person in that picture you may feel you spoke to an angel.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Never mistake suburbanites for real humans, you expose yourself as having no culture when you do this
          It's scary going to suburbs surrounding my Canadian city. The people there are so fat, and everyone gives off uncanny feelings. Like you just know they moved out there as soon as they got married. The men are fat, the women are mostly overweight and excessively obsessive about their grass and who parking in front of their house when they own a garage and driveway.

          Never mistake suburbanites for real humans, you expose yourself as having no culture when you do this.

          This photo is like just like the suburbs, so I'm confused.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          This image, endlessly reposted by ignorant Eurogays, does not depict an American town; this is a rest stop on an interstate highway in Anywhere, USA. People only stop here to fuel up, grab food at a drive-thru, and stay one night in a motel if it is getting late. Nobody lives here.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Small rural towns are just like that. Massive road the runs through it and chain restaurants. Then you drive 40 minutes to a Walmart because small towns don't have mom and pop shops anymore

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              I hate to admit it, but this looks exactly like a road not far from my house

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            There are also suburban commercial streets that aren't so dissimilar, but you're right that the image is of an interstate exit and those are the worst of it.

            But, all things considered, I'd rather live in a suburb or the country where I don't hear neighbors 24/7, have my own space if I need it, but shop on those kinds of streets. Even the "mid" density urban stuff people always talk about seems super claustrophobic to me.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            I’m an American and idk what you’re talking about. Yeah you’ve got some nice quaint New England towns and maybe some cool stuff in the desert to the west, but most suburban areas consist of absolutely soulless strip malls.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Who cares what eurogays think. Not our job to enlighten them. It's funny how they invariably choose to visit cities when they come here, like they are looking for something similar to where they came from.

            Look at how many eurogays go to Little Italy in NYC. Like you don't have fricking Italian food in Europe? It's probably better than in NYC anyway, every single restaurant in Little Italy is owned by albanians. Vegas is apparently another hotspot for eurotrash.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Feels great to be a Kentuckian, the only people coming here are people from Michigan and they're just comical to have around because of their funny accents and demeanor.

  13. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    To poor simpletons with no real world experience like you I'm sure

  14. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    because i can buy land cheap and its very white compared to most of the country.

  15. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just moved back to Ohio. Glad to back home in the land of Kings.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ohio sucks moron
      stop pretending it’s nice here

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Home is home. Suck my balls. O-H

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Just moved back to Ohio. Glad to back home in the land of Kings.

      Ohio sucks moron
      stop pretending it’s nice here

      https://i.imgur.com/5yNDpix.png

      Home is home. Suck my balls. O-H

      which part of Ohio?
      If I were to return to Ohio, I would consider living in Kent. Comfy college town, but I'd be open to suggestions

      I currently live in southeast asia though, so probably not going back

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Prob around Dayton, it’s on the up and my sister said they have a program by the state to send your kids to private schools because the public are so bad (due to socio-economic troubled youths)

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Never thought i'd hear dayton is having a positive moment

          Columbus is easily the nicest part of Ohio.

          >Columbus is easily the nicest part of Ohio.
          interesting.
          cleveland has live Black personball games and idk if columbus would have that cozy/comfy feel that Kent does, but I've heard it's nice. my own experience in columbus is very limited

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cleveland is a shithole don't come here

            >t. east cleveland resident

            • 11 months ago
              Anonymous

              Never thought i'd hear dayton is having a positive moment
              [...]
              >Columbus is easily the nicest part of Ohio.
              interesting.
              cleveland has live Black personball games and idk if columbus would have that cozy/comfy feel that Kent does, but I've heard it's nice. my own experience in columbus is very limited

              For me, the Appalachian region of Ohio is the only good part. Damn frick did I hate those family drives from Kentucky to Michigan. But you go East of Cincinatti and it feels like home.

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                All in all, crossing the Ohio river is generally a bad idea for any Kentuckian. The midwest is civilization, and it feels like enemy territory. Rules exist in your lands. It's awful.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Columbus is easily the nicest part of Ohio.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Columbusgay here, can confirm.

  16. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I love Michigan.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Totally agreed. Not from Michigan, but the west side of the state is among the most underrated in the Us. Beautiful, great people, incredible food.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        From west Michigan and agree. The only thing we don't have are mountains.

  17. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    It’s all the same, dude. Flyovers at least have a bit less violent crime and are less expensive.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >It’s all the same, dude. Flyovers at least have a bit less violent crime and are less expensive.
      A town of 30,000-35,000 or so that is 9x% white has WAY less crime. I couldn't believe growing up have neurotic my senpai was about locking our door. nothing ever happened, but they'd watch ((news)) and get scared easily
      i'm not against locking doors, but there's no need to be hypervigilant about it in suburban white ohio

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        All you’re describing is a disparity in size and population and not a disparity between Flyover vs Coastal states? Do you not think that small 90% white towns in New Jersey have low crime? They do.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >New Jersey isnt flyover material
          kek

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Seeing as New Jersey has one of the busiest international airports in the nation, it hardly qualifies as "flyover", regardless of how undesirable the state may be.
            >t. former New Joiseyan

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              when I lived there, I'd hear all the complaints about how most people never see the real NJ, just the stretch from Newark Airport to NYC.

              It's a "flyover state" by the complaints of its own residents.

              >but muh pine barrens
              >but muh shore

              When you ask people not in NY or Philadelphia about the Jersey shore, most people think of the TV show rather than the location. Also every urban area is a shithole in NJ, the suburban areas and the rural areas are quite decent with all that yuppie money flowing out so it's not a bad spot if you are okay with the high COL.

              >T. former NJ resident

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Rampant drug use in peaceful white suburbs makes it common sense to lock your house and car these days, regardless of where you live. Heroin/pill/fent users are rarely violent, but one should not give them opportunities for theft.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Flyovers are literally cultureless

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Delusional people paying 4,000 for rent or living in a shoebox will argue with you but this is the truth. The internet has flattened culture to where everyplace is the same and it's not going back. The winning play is to live somewhere cheap and near nature.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Delusional people paying 4,000 for rent or living in a shoebox will argue with you but this is the truth. The internet has flattened culture to where everyplace is the same and it's not going back. The winning play is to live somewhere cheap and near nature.

      If you're single, it's not the same. You'll be exposed to a better dating pool in a larger city. Other than that, I agree.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ever been to a church in rural America? Flooded with good women that are very glad to see a young man attending.

        Cities are a meme. That's how you find fast and loose narcissists.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Good women who are all over 55, kek. Younger religious women are usually married with kids.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            there are about a dozen young women (25 or younger) at mass every sunday. my gf talks to them all the time, they are all looking for decent men. I try and just act stupid while I daydream about railing them.

            in fact most of mass is me dialouging with the lord about why he made men this way and the grueling temptation he puts before us. literally in his own house of worship he pulls this stunt. on everything else he and I have a pretty solid understanding but on this I just don't see the point he is trying to make.

            tl;dr anon its a goldmine for a young guy looking to settle down. you just gotta have a good job and be somewhat put together physically.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >mass
              I've attended hundreds of rural churches in my travels, every one of them Protestant. Only the big, modern surburban churches had lots of young people. The rural churches were nearly all old people and families. The Catholic situation may be different, but Catholicism is not too common in rural America outside the Northeast.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Catholic mass in the northeast will be full of young people still. Many churches are closing so people are consolidating though.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                My church is in rural kentucky and its baptist, tons of young people so many it makes me wonder if christianity is on the upswing again

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                It is very common in suburban Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. But most younger people (born in 80s or later) don't attend mass regularly as adults.
                >t. dated catholic girl

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                >The Catholic situation may be different
                In broad strokes, it's not.

                t. cradle Catholic

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              I want to believe that you are not lying, but like the other anon said, all the Catholic masses I've been to in "rural/non-city" locations have rarely if ever had "young" people en masse. We are not going to dox you on an anonymous coooming board, what about your location or demographics is unique where you have young normal people actively going to mass and participating in the community (as you suggest since your GF is friends with them).

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                >what about your location or demographics is unique where you have young normal people actively going to mass and participating in the community
                Latino or wop background.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                this is in a mountain west resort town. the congregation in general is about a hundred or so people who regularly swing by.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Idiot, 18 year old virgin pussy all over the place at my church

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Idiot, 18 year old virgin pussy all over the place at my church
              which town or at least county/state?

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Kentucky, oh you better believe we keep em dumb here

  18. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Im moving back in a few das. Flying into a flyover state heh nothin' personell kid
    In all seriousness though i got a good job offer and am getting back with the girl i love. Im a peasant at heart so i love the small town shit

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >In all seriousness though i got a good job offer and am getting back with the girl i love. Im a peasant at heart so i love the small town shit
      Good on you for knowing what is enough for you and being content! Being in love is > any hustle and bustle. few combine both successfully

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Same actually. Moving back from Florida. Glad to be heading back to more temperate seasonal weather where regular downpours occur and hills exist. I love how everything is within 5-10 minutes driving distance. The Midwest aint all bad. Just depends on what you like. There's a lot of cozy areas. Lived in a small university town most of my life so I like that small town shit as well.

  19. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    im not paying to relocate when all my family and friends are in minnesota. i can crash at my faimlys house in-between trips

  20. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    1 crazy fact about rural life that Californians dont know!

    With the exceptional of the teeth, pigs will eat an ENTIRE human corpse, including the bones!

    If you are disposing of an out-of-towner, make sure you pull his teeth out before you feed the body to the hogs! Each pig will eat 10lbs of a corpse a day, so make sure to do your math!

    As tempting as it is, don't save the teeth as a trophy. Make sure you grind them down into dust and dispose of the remains well away from your property!

  21. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >flyover state
    >great lake state
    pick one

  22. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Small lakes in Michigan fricking rule.

  23. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why are you in still a flyover state anon?
    Here are a few reasons I moved back to Iowa:

    You can make good money relative to the cost of living. No traffic, suburb of a city of 150k, good golf courses, good schools, great place to raise a family. Nobody has asked me for a dollar at a gas station in years.

    Cons:
    Blacks are migrating from CHI, STL, MSP and these youngsters like to fire off the blicky.
    Cold as frick Dec-March

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Here are a few reasons I moved back to Iowa:
      Would anyone have the ability to compare and contrast Iowa and Ohio?
      I was born in Ohio and really grew up in Ohio, but briefly lived in Iowa for a couple years prior to kindergarten (it's where my 2 siblings were born)

      I've since driven through Davenport and it seems comfy...
      it even had good asian massage parlors due to all the trucking that runs through

      If I were to return to midwest life, should I go Ohio hometown or go Iowa?

  24. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Texas here. I would rather live in a middle flyover state than a homosexual blue state on the coasts.

  25. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    With all this talk about how terrible certain states are, which states are unironically the best to move to right now?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Colorado

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I've heard it's a bit late to jump into Colorado now. Is this true?

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I've heard it's a bit late to jump into Colorado now. Is this true?
          If you look at the price history of houses in Denver, you're gonna feel late. Just know that everyone else under 40 feels the same way
          It's like a lot of the desirable parts of USA that have non-remote jobs worth a damn: boomers got into a 5bd4ba for $93k in 1984.
          Then that boomer listed it for $1.5 million, but "at least" price was cut to $1.2 million + tip.
          https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1615-Stuart-St-Denver-CO-80204/13315644_zpid/

          That said, many of my Denver transplant friends that balked at the prices, moved back to kansas city/orlando/whatever are now actually coming back. 3-4 people that all make $200k+ made a U-turn when they saw what actually going long term in their low cost of living area would look like.
          It should keep running and be an OK area going forward, if you can bite the bullet on the entry price.

          I went over to southeast asia and don't plan to bounce back so quickly. If I were to come back to USA, denver would be on the list, but so would Hawaii now that I know I enjoy warm/tropical

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Denver COL is still cheaper than almost any state that isn't "great plains" (yes I realize Denver is on the edge of the plains) or deep south. It costs the same to live in Phoenix now, despite a massive decrease in quality of life from living there.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Denver COL is still cheaper than almost any state that isn't "great plains" (yes I realize Denver is on the edge of the plains) or deep south.
              It's true. I just remember when I moved to Denver in 2018 and had an awesome apartment for $1700/month that is now probably $2000-2100/month and with worse perks.
              It's going through some growing pains. Over 2018-2021, the rent was always going up, homeless acitivty was only going up, and now property crime spiked in similar ways to the west coast.

              The summer 2020 ape out was only a couple days/weeks vs months like the west coast tho.

              I can at least say Denver apartment quality mogs Seattle. Everything from the finishings to the amenties and appliances are better.
              As for activities, Denver is like white Fantasia. volleyball for days. ride your bicycle all over. hike and smoke weed

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                >white Fantasia
                I had a good laugh.
                People I know keep moving from LA to Denver and talking about how much friendlier people are and how much cleaner and safer and more enjoyable the place is... And then b***hing that it's not very diverse. I don't see how they can't make the connection.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I went over to southeast asia and don't plan to bounce back so quickly.
            Where and how is that? I'd imagine it'd be close to a hard reset save for cash and whatever qualifications that are on hand. I couldn't imagine settling down so far from friends and family, nor what I'd do if things boil over between China and Taiwan.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Where and how is that? I'd imagine it'd be close to a hard reset save for cash and whatever qualifications that are on hand. I couldn't imagine settling down so far from friends and family, nor what I'd do if things boil over between China and Taiwan.
              I was raised in a narcissitic family system, so I don't have a ton of warm/close family ties. You'll find a lot of expats out here also lack a nice family experience. It makes us less tied down.

              My relationship also ended in 2019.
              I do miss a few friends, but I'm used to things blowing up.
              e.g. all my Ohio friends left ohio and started new lives, then almost all my university friends also spread out.

              i'm young enough that I can make new friends out here in SEA, although I think I want to switch to a spot more on the expat/digital nomad "circuit", just so I can mix in more people from the same underlying culture. I'm in philippines right now, but very few spots in philippines have young expats in numbers. I love vietnam and like thailand. TL;DR: you can make new friends and I don't really have a valuable family.

              I don't think about China/Taiwan at all.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                That's very interesting to know. I'm a grad student with living plans to sort out in the next few years, so I've been curious in regards to what people have to say about other places. Thanks for sharing, I hope things are turning out well for you.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                >My relationship also ended in 2019.
                Same, we were together end of high school in 2017 and shit ended in college in 2019. Then the Pandemic hit.
                Has dating gotten harder since 2019? I have not had a relationship since then. Part of me wants to blame Covid, part of me wants to blame women getting worse in the world in general, but is it possibly the fact that I’m 24 now and female standards are just sky-high by my age anyway?

  26. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    The only people who think flyover states are nice have zero world experience

  27. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I visit this irrelevant board and this is what I'm greeted with
    this is what passes for trolling amongst you brainlets? Yeesh, up your game

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      There is nothing on this entire website anymore. Not a single good thread on all of SighSee. It's all the same low hanging fruit everywhere. It's all boring. It's all nothing. Why the frick are any of us still here?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because deep down, we know that anonymity is best.

  28. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    So I'm watching this YouTube video right now which says that this place called Bluefield, WV is the poorest place in America.
    But even then it doesn't look that poor or impoverished, just abandoned. You Americans don't know how good you have it.

    t. third-worlder

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      go to west Virginia and be surrounded by moronic meth heads then kek

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        If they really are as moronic as you say they are, then why doesn't someone smart and charismatic from the city come and rule over them? You know, establish a cult or something.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >If they really are as moronic as you say they are
          they are. mouthbreathers all of them. Addicted to drugs easily

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      3rd world has normal humans that are just in a bad situation.

      Appalachia is just a wasteland of methed out morons. The type that you can see the confusion on their faces when you try to speak to them. They've got a lifetime of heavy metal poisoning and malnutrition without even accounting for the hard drug use that began at age 10.

      And "poor" is one thing, but much of appalachia looks like a warzone. Like bombs just go off everywhere type shit. The poorest place may not the be ugliest. Go there yourself and see the absolute hopelessness of the situation. You literally would have to dilute the bloodlines of these people to even make a dent in the problem. It will take 1000 years.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      The video in question: https://youtu.be/p3O6bKdPLbw

      3rd world has normal humans that are just in a bad situation.

      Appalachia is just a wasteland of methed out morons. The type that you can see the confusion on their faces when you try to speak to them. They've got a lifetime of heavy metal poisoning and malnutrition without even accounting for the hard drug use that began at age 10.

      And "poor" is one thing, but much of appalachia looks like a warzone. Like bombs just go off everywhere type shit. The poorest place may not the be ugliest. Go there yourself and see the absolute hopelessness of the situation. You literally would have to dilute the bloodlines of these people to even make a dent in the problem. It will take 1000 years.

      Hmm I see. That is true for many other parts of the world as well, but mainly in smaller sections of population. Also, the infrastructure of the places visited seems pretty good in the video. I guess poverty takes a different form in first world countries.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        No pictures or videos can do justice here. See it for yourself. It's post-apocalytpic.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          They have decent housing, working plumbing and heating, 24/7 electricity and water, internet access and above-average food sources. Public infrastructure like roads seem to be in decent condition too.
          Life may not be very connected or comfortable and there is rampant drug use, but these things are nowhere near poverty. Like I said, the idea of poverty is very different in first world countries, which I feel is closer to boredom and abandonment.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are wrong. You don't know. You live in the city. There are thousands of people with zero utilities at all whatsoever. You haven't seen shit.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              Shut the frick up chinese wumao turd.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              What even is you point? Fricking moron

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >ESL
              opinion discarded

  29. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is Pennsylvania a flyover? I’m torn between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes but Philly is basically new jersey. You can go to the beach from Philly faster than driving across some cities

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        My family lives in Montgomery County, but I was born and raised in coal country and went to Penn State in farm country. I don’t know if I want to spend a few years in flyover Pittsburgh or urbanite Philadelphia. Pittsburgh definitely has less but there are fewer super predators prowling around and it’s a lot cheaper.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you come from money I'd say Montgomery County would be fine. There's a bunch of cute places there and Chester county. Pittsburgh is fine for a trip or to go to college at but not live the rest of your live there honestly

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don’t come from money. I just spent some time in Chester County. It was cool, if you’re filthy rich and can buy one of those giant estates outside of West Chester. Otherwise, I thought it was sort of fake and gay and way too expensive for what it is. Wherever I land, I’ll probably be living in only sporadically for a few years through my thirties.

  30. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Born/Raised in MI
    >Moved to UT when I was 13
    >Stayed for 15 years
    >moving back home next week
    It seems like it does have some interesting outdoorsy stuff, stable jobs, and nearly not as cutthroat as SLC's housing market is. I've been paying $2300/month for a 2bd1ba duplex with my roomate and we're pretty glad to be out of it. Get closer to family, find a decent job, save $$$, and move west again or at least take baller-ass vacations

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      And also frick the culture out here. Biking/Skiing/Hiking is fun but its all trustafarians or mormons, no in between, and the housing offerings are pure trash and the markets are laughably predatory for what people are asking for. Property managers outright ask tenants to fix their homes up for them without any sort of compensation and its moronic.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      And also frick the culture out here. Biking/Skiing/Hiking is fun but its all trustafarians or mormons, no in between, and the housing offerings are pure trash and the markets are laughably predatory for what people are asking for. Property managers outright ask tenants to fix their homes up for them without any sort of compensation and its moronic.

      Are you talking about Michigan or Utah?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’m going to assume he’s talking about Utah, where he lives now, especially because he mentioned the Mormons.

  31. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because it’s comfy

  32. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's cheap here, I barely work and I can afford a nice apartment

  33. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm leaving. It's just too much. The economic inequality and misery indices are simply just too fricking high...I cannot tolerate anymore. I'm in Ohio and I have gotta say that being educated and traveled and acculturated are a net negative here. There are days I wish I had never gone to college or graduate school. There's nothing left...I am planning on leaving in 15 months.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The economic inequality and misery indices are simply just too fricking high
      In Ohio or in USA?
      Where are you going?
      I'm a native Ohioan (kent, ohio) in SEA now.

  34. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I live in North Carolina. A flyover paradise

  35. 10 months ago
    Dylan

    Chicago is a "fly into" city, not a "flyover" city but go on

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Chicago is a "fly into" city
      nah that shits a fly through city... only reason I touch that shithole is to transfer planes at O'Hare

      • 10 months ago
        Dylan

        Your loss

        You are a big fricking homosexual

        He's not wrong. Avoid much of the southside and westside and it's a kino city that offers everything you could ever want in a city

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >transfer planes at O'Hare
        You are insane. The place has the best food, drink, architecture, and parks of any city in the US. Crime? Yes. But the city has turned the corner for the better. Cops everywhere now.

        Always funny to see East Coast tools and Cali bisexuals COPE in Chicago because everyone told them their city was "the best."

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Always funny to see East Coast tools and Cali bisexuals COPE in Chicago

          I live in Iowa and we have a genuine hatred for Chicago. Enjoy your 625k condo in Naperville while telling people you're from the CHI

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            lmao, to anons here, I have a house on the eastern edge of Iowa and it's soooo boring here, God I wish I loved the hustle and bustle of the Chicago metro but I'm stuck here. I'd suggest ignore this guy, live in Naperville, or better yet, buy a house in NY, NJ, MD, or California they are the pinnacle of the country.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >nah that shits a fly through city... only reason I touch that shithole is to transfer planes at O'Hare

      This.

      Chicago fricking sucks. Winters are long and brutal. Crime is bad. You might live in fear while you're there. "Midwestern nice" doesn't apply. The job market sucks, taxes are horrible. Oh and more people are moving out of the state than anywhere else I know. I wouldn't want to be there at all...

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        lol lmao yes it's awful please stay away and continue to tell everyone else this too

  36. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    My wife cucked me into coming here. It's cold as frick and its not even cheap now.

  37. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm in Ohio and my entire social group is here but my family and I are all getting EU passports through ancestry at the end of the year. Two of them are moving to Europe right away.

    I have a decent job but I'm looking for a new one since there's no growth and I don't have much at all in savings. How stupid would it be for me to try and move to Europe? Or should I just move to a different state, get a new job, and just travel more frequently?
    I haven't gone on a trip in too long and as much as I like living near cities mine is shit

  38. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because living in Chicago is kind of a life hack if you're in a professional career. I have a way less prestigious job and lower pay than my friends in NYC and California but the lifestyle I'm able to afford here is really comfy if you like city living.

    I'm not even 30 and I have a paid off apartment near the red-line and walking distance to the beach. There just aren't many citys worth living in that aren't stupid expensive yet.

    And long term trends look positive. Poor people are fleeing in droves and rich people are pouring in. It's crazy how bullish all of the real estate developers are being. West Loop alone is like you built an entire midsized city adjacaent to the legacy core city.

    Cheap living, decent pay and good salaries. People tell me the taxes are high? But my coworkers property taxes in Texas are 4X what I pay here in Chicago.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >And long term trends look positive. Poor people are fleeing in droves and rich people are pouring in. It's crazy how bullish all of the real estate developers are being. West Loop alone is like you built an entire midsized city adjacaent to the legacy core city.
      Yup this exactly. High end shit is booming, and for reasonable prices. The West Loop neighborhood may be the best the entire country right now. Fricking bewildering array of affordable options.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        How affordable are we talking, anon? I'm coming from a memed out degenerated west coast city, for reference

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Chicago is so nice but how do you handle the winter? I'm from a similar city with weather just as bad and it makes me miserable for 8 months of the year

  39. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    -Quiet, its really quiet. I'm from a non-flyover state, but moved to Kansas and loved it.

    -Massively lower COL because all the young millennials and gen z'ers are fleeing the state.

    -That combined with how much money I make at the point I'm at in my career means I save a FRICK load of money. Most of my friends back home, even if they have decent salaries are still getting raked over the coals and barely surviving. Meanwhile, I've got nearly $60k in a savings account, and another $30k tied up in a 401k and I'm only 30.

    That combined with my unlimited PTO means I can travel anywhere I want, whenever I want for however long I want.

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