Greatest State in the Union

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by bfun, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. Whats the greatest state and why?

    Of course Colorado is the greatest state. We are the most active and the healthiest. We have the Rocky Mountains and get at least 300 days of sunshine a year. We don't have any weird bugs. California and Hawaii are runners up.
  2. Cant really judge on it but Montana seems very nice too, would really want to visit The States sometime. Colorado reminds me of Sweden, which is good.
    And offcourse California yes, very nice:D
  3. Isn't Colorado like a cold version of California? Who wants THAT?
  4. Think its personal preferences, Colorado is same as Sweden in most regards, continental climate, cold winters, hot summers, not much rain, lots of sun.
  5. What are the girls like there? That will win you points if they are beyond fit.
  6. The girls are fit but southern girls got them beat over all. I had to go to Athens Georgia and Damn.
  7. Colorado can only be better than Sweden if they have hot blond masseuse chicks to give "Colorado Massages" that automatically come with a happy ending...

    I've been to New York, California, Nevada, Florida and Maine..though I was only in Maine because the flight I was on stopped there but from the terminal windows it looked BORING. I really liked California and my only bad experience of the visit was the plane journey there which was a fkn disaster and the fact EVERY SINGLE YOUNG HOTEL CLERK would ask me if I lived near Princess Dianas grave..I swear to God. I was also bizarrely freaked out in California by running into someone at Six Flags that I actually used to work with...

    I liked Florida despite the fucking rain for 4 days straight which was almost BIBLICAL. I went to Reno and Vegas and enjoyed them both but weirdly preferred Reno..I understand that's the complete opposite to everyone elses experience. New York was just a big dirty dump and frankly I wouldn't go back there again unless you were paying me.
  8. I'm also going to go with Colorado. Florida can be nice, but it really depends on where you live. There are some really crappy parts too. Belle Glade and Riviera Beach are two of the biggest hellholes I've been to in my life, and the entire north and middle of the state is redneck country. South Florida has some very nice parts though. I live less than a mile from the beach on the inter-coastal in a nice area, so I can't complain.
  9. I have to laugh at how much they glamorize it on shows like Sex and the City. My woman has never been, and that's all she's seen of it, so she wants to go. I've tried to explain to her that it's dirty, smelly, overcrowded, and full of homeless people. Most of the cities up north are crapholes. Baltimore and Philadelphia are also really awful. Detroit is the worst. They should just bulldoze Detroit. It's a failed city.

    I don't know why anyone would want to live in the Northeast or the Mid-West. It's very ugly and depressing up there, and the weather sucks. I'd probably kill myself if I had to live there. Gloomy places full of gloomy people.
  10. NYC is glamorous if you have 8 figure income or higher. You're upper-class with 7 figures, and in varying degrees of poverty at 6 figures or below.

    The problem with tv/movies is they show some $50k/ year person living the billionaire life. In reality you couldn't even live in NYC at that income. At best you'd be slumming it in Queens next to methlabs, not some posh Manhattan duplex.
  11. Exactly. It's a hellhole unless you're disgustingly wealthy.
  12. Montana is nice. In someways it's like a little Alaska.