I would move to England.
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I would move to England.
I would love to travel, but I don't think I could ever completely move from my hometown.
I could probably move to a little town right outside and get me a home in the country, but nothing too far away.
Not moving to another country, but I'm thinking of moving out from my house.
Ideally I'd like to move to a small town in Japan, as long as I could learn Japanese of course. If I couldn't go there I'd go to New Zealand because it's so beautiful.
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I'd move in a heartbeat if I could get the job I want (I'm pretty sure that wouldnt be an issue) back to my home state of NY. I just love the mountains and lakes there, and well my family. Been in my current state for 16 years, but have very little attachment to it. If we ever go through with the divorce, you can pretty much count me outta here. Well not quite that simple of course but thats what I really want.
Completely I'd move too the house next door.. Chick's a Cutie .-.
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I do it all the time. I've lost the concept of Home this way.
I've always wanted to live in England (or Australia), not sure what region or city.
Well, it's nice in some ways, and I'm probably stuck here more or less indefinitly with the whole job and buying a house thing. But if I could I think I'd move out of the United Socialist State of Maryland. :P It's so annoying not being able to build a shed where you want to or launch fireworks, the lakes are mostly polluted so you can't eat the fish or go swimming, and complying with the gun laws is a pain.
Maybe somewhere in the midwest. I liked living in the sort of place where you don't have to take the keys out of the car at night or lock your front door. I think my wife likes the really like all the events in an urban area though.
If given the choice, I would move to New York City where I can actually have some urban fun Los Angeles is very urban and hip too but taxes in California are insane lol.
Will not want to move to the South because being the liberal that I am, I'm not impressed with the conservative ideology there :P
I would move to somewhere cold that's snowy and full of a lot of trees.
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If I still stay in the states, I'd probably live in with my fiance in Georgia. My second choice would be California, too. Now to be out of the country, I would probably want to move to Italy, Russia, Norway, China, Hong Kong, or South Korea. I think that sounds all good for me.
Having a larger group also makes them harder to control. This is true both for the government and the people it rules over. Getting several hundred people to be in on some form of governmental corruption is much more difficult that with one comprised of less people. Notice how the worst form of government is a dictatorship? By your logic, since a dictatorship has least amount of people in power, it should be completely free of corruption. The great thing about the US government and its size and the way it works, is that it makes corruption much more difficult.
With a ginormous american style federal government, it's virtually impossible to keep track of all the senators, congressmen and judges. They might as well be running the country anonymously. Usually the president gets the blame when something goes wrong, which is hilarious and ironic, as he is pretty much powerless to do anything on his own.
Last edited by Eris; 10-03-2012 at 02:54 PM.
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Don't forget, as hard as it is for us to keep track of them, its just as hard for them to keep track of each other. They're never in office long enough to get any real corruption going. With a system like ours that is so overwhelmingly confusing, corruption becomes hard to get rolling. And everyone in government kinda hates each other. Corruption with so many requires cooperation. Something the US government is quite terrible at. The system exists the way it does for a reason and so far it has worked quite well.
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