Why aren't you living in South Dakota?

Why aren't you living in South Dakota?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I will some day. Don't spoil it, keep it quiet please.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    sell me on south dakota

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Low tax burden, even the big cities vote red, the kindness and small town charm of the midwest.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Only part of SD I've been to is Deadwood-Sturgis-Rapid City. Deadwood was fun. Could not believe how shitty Rapid City is. Fucking depressing

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Could not believe how shitty Rapid City is
          This. I ventured out there with my family to Black Hills during July of Covid after Jerome burned down half the major cities. My main purpose was to scope out Rapid City as a place to FIRE to with the family. I also visited Badlands, Custer State Park, etc..

          My takeaway was id rather live amongst rabid blacks than live in Rapid City. Otherwise Western SD was aces.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I live in Wisconsin. I hate it here. I don't want to move to a place that's exactly the same.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Low tax burden, even the big cities vote red, the kindness and small town charm of the midwest.

      Also white people.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I live in western Nebraska so eh close enough. I'd move there if I could.

      Imagine Colorado with no libtards

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's 14 years old to drive there so your underage ass can get off of the couch and get some bitches

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is this picture supposed to make it look like a desirable place to live?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Do you need glass and steel towers to get your dick hard or something. Please fuck off! 🙂

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The Plains kinda suck

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yeah

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >picture of the one tiny part of the state that isn’t endless flat cornfields

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Montanna > South Dakota
    ( Plus weed is legal now & we have slot machines in every bar )

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >DUDE
      >WEED uhuhuhuhuhuhuh
      take your diet opiates elsewhere

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >diet opiates
        I think you're being a little hyperbolic there my friend.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >t. can quit anytime he wants

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm literally on a break right now. Weed is not addictive to me and I don't even have the desire to smoke it.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >diet opiates
              I think you're being a little hyperbolic there my friend.

              >"HOW I SPEND MY SATURDAY!!"

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    is sioux falls worth a visit? have a girl up there I've been meaning to go visit but also have a hard time convincing myself to go somewhere just for a girl. would like to know if it's a fun area to dick around in by myself for a few days

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I lived in sioux falls for a year, it's a nice city, great parks, i like that one with the waterfalls I forget the name.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It's called Falls Park.

        is sioux falls worth a visit? have a girl up there I've been meaning to go visit but also have a hard time convincing myself to go somewhere just for a girl. would like to know if it's a fun area to dick around in by myself for a few days

        My wife grew up in Sioux Falls, and I consequently have to visit at least once a year. In the early days of our relationship, I enjoyed the change of scenery. But over time, I've grown to really dislike Sioux Falls. There are a number of reasons for this.

        First, while the Downtown area has charm and character, and also has a very nice neoclassical Cathedral from the turn of the 20th century, it is really just a small town larping as a big city. And even then it only seems big when it is compared to everything else in sparsely populated SoDak. The dining scene is pretty abysmal (everything is chain and even the "nice" independent places are hardly better than an Olive Garden) and unless all you like to do is drink, there isn't much to do. Perplexingly, although it's seated amidst a ton of agriculture, there is very little good produce, beef, or other food. Goyslop is the local food of choice. You won't find good Italian, Mexican, French, or Continental Fare. (Weirdly, there is one decent hibachi place) There are a couple of "craft" breweries owned by a local wealthy(ish) family, and a surprisingly good french bakery (CH Patisserie) downtown, but beyond that, your "night out" is either in a pool hall or at a yuppie suburban bar masquerading as a craft cocktail lounge - with prices to match.

        Outside Downtown, the city is a depressing maze of strip malls, subdivisions, and open flat land. The south side of town has some luxury subdivisions with zero personality. Their airport is also subject to a ridiculous number of nonsense, non-weather-related cancellations, as airlines simply don't care if they cancel flights to Sioux Falls. After all, who are they gonna piss off? A couple hundred people from a city of 190k?

        [Continued]

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Which brings me to another issue: Sioux Falls is liberal as fuck. During Pride month, there are more rainbow flags in business windows and yards per capita than there are in gay neighborhoods in San Diego. Just like San Francisco's cancer slowly infected the rest of California, Minnesomalia's is now infecting the rest of the upper midwest. Sioux Falls is despised by everyone in the rest of SoDak, who regard it in much the same way that inland Californians regard the coastal liberal shitholes. For now, more people live in "West River" SoDak (Rapid City, Black Hills) than "East River" (Sioux Falls). But that is changing rapidly. Within 20 years, the state will go purple and become another shithole suburb of Minnesomalia.

          As far as the people, although markedly white, Sioux Falls residents suffer from a noticeably higher rate of neurosis and substance abuse than other icebox northern states (Montana, Wyoming). I chalk this up to the fact that Sioux Falls is an abysmal hellhole of a spot to live.

          My wife and I live in San Diego, where I was born and raised. She won't let us move back to SoDak even if I wanted to. And if we did, it sure as shit wouldn't be in Sioux Falls.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The state going purple is a dumb assertion considering even Sioux falls goes red in elections, major metro areas (relatively) going red in states is very rare.

            Do agree somalis should be put in concentration camps though (through legal, peaceful means in accordance with all laws)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              To call Sioux Falls a major metro area is a ridiculous assertion.

              The general tenor of life in Sioux Falls is generally trending left. They are the king of monkey-sea, monkey-do. They desperately want to be a big city. And as they become a true city, it will slide left. Just like Austin and Houston are liberal cesspools in a red state. It will happen. It's nascent. But it will happen.

              Also, fuck Somalis.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >City isn't a real one
                >also dooms whole state somehow

                Which one is it? You sound apocalyptic about Sioux falls, yeah it's a gay boring Midwest city, the whole state doesn't live there. There are probably about another 100 cities like it spread around except you would be better off there than the same city in Kansas.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's called Falls Park.
        [...]
        My wife grew up in Sioux Falls, and I consequently have to visit at least once a year. In the early days of our relationship, I enjoyed the change of scenery. But over time, I've grown to really dislike Sioux Falls. There are a number of reasons for this.

        First, while the Downtown area has charm and character, and also has a very nice neoclassical Cathedral from the turn of the 20th century, it is really just a small town larping as a big city. And even then it only seems big when it is compared to everything else in sparsely populated SoDak. The dining scene is pretty abysmal (everything is chain and even the "nice" independent places are hardly better than an Olive Garden) and unless all you like to do is drink, there isn't much to do. Perplexingly, although it's seated amidst a ton of agriculture, there is very little good produce, beef, or other food. Goyslop is the local food of choice. You won't find good Italian, Mexican, French, or Continental Fare. (Weirdly, there is one decent hibachi place) There are a couple of "craft" breweries owned by a local wealthy(ish) family, and a surprisingly good french bakery (CH Patisserie) downtown, but beyond that, your "night out" is either in a pool hall or at a yuppie suburban bar masquerading as a craft cocktail lounge - with prices to match.

        Outside Downtown, the city is a depressing maze of strip malls, subdivisions, and open flat land. The south side of town has some luxury subdivisions with zero personality. Their airport is also subject to a ridiculous number of nonsense, non-weather-related cancellations, as airlines simply don't care if they cancel flights to Sioux Falls. After all, who are they gonna piss off? A couple hundred people from a city of 190k?

        [Continued]

        Which brings me to another issue: Sioux Falls is liberal as fuck. During Pride month, there are more rainbow flags in business windows and yards per capita than there are in gay neighborhoods in San Diego. Just like San Francisco's cancer slowly infected the rest of California, Minnesomalia's is now infecting the rest of the upper midwest. Sioux Falls is despised by everyone in the rest of SoDak, who regard it in much the same way that inland Californians regard the coastal liberal shitholes. For now, more people live in "West River" SoDak (Rapid City, Black Hills) than "East River" (Sioux Falls). But that is changing rapidly. Within 20 years, the state will go purple and become another shithole suburb of Minnesomalia.

        As far as the people, although markedly white, Sioux Falls residents suffer from a noticeably higher rate of neurosis and substance abuse than other icebox northern states (Montana, Wyoming). I chalk this up to the fact that Sioux Falls is an abysmal hellhole of a spot to live.

        My wife and I live in San Diego, where I was born and raised. She won't let us move back to SoDak even if I wanted to. And if we did, it sure as shit wouldn't be in Sioux Falls.

        Just got back to this thread, appreciate the responses. You guys make Sioux Falls sound like hell but it may still be worth the trip to hookup with this girl, see some cool parks and a cool church, then get the fuck out. I'll at-least be able to cross SD off the list afterward

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's really simple. I won't live somewhere where the weather determines my level of freedom and choices on how I spend my time. Anywhere with brutal winters means being imprisoned in your home at least 30 days a year probably more.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I won't live somewhere where the weather determines my level of freedom and choices on how I spend my time.
      Well unfortunately there’s only one place in America where both the summer and the winter are mild and comfortable. It’s called coastal California and no one can afford to live there.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      gotta have that heckin hustle and bustle am i right

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It looks like this

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Thats in pennsylvania bro, this is in south dakota 🙂

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >are those amenities in my area of vast open wilderness?

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Incredibly ugly and fat women, no real culture, shitty roads, bland aesthetics, bad economy unless you're in oil or ranching and no natural beauty.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I do

    Pros:
    >Low crime (the crime that is done is by the few blacks
    >few blacks, Indians make up most of the diversity and they usually stick to their reservations
    >lowest per capita gnomish population in the US
    >low cost of living

    Cons:
    >fucking cold, but ND is colder so could be worse!
    >very little to do for outdoors unless you like in the west, as in little public land or hiking/camping in the east

    Honestly the lack of outdoors activities and cool mountains etc are really the only thing I dislike alot, otherwise it's a nice place that I can see raising a family in, undoubtedly a better choice vs various other Midwest shit holes, probably inferior to states farther west IF you can afford them, but Montana for example is really expensive outside of billings (basically expanded Dakota wasteland) from Californians for already moved there in the last 10 years.

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