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02-09-2013, 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by RBR View Post
Ummm, what happens when global warming comes and the south starts to feel like the depths of hell? Are these people going to move back? Will Miami stay above the water even?

If I lived in the US, I would be horrified if I had to live anywhere but the Northeast.
We have four climate changes each year. Besides, in the late 1970s Newsweek and others were lamenting the coming of a giant, sudden "Global Cooling." Has it happened? Nope. Nor will us in the south turn into ignited charcoal brickettes anytime soon.

People are moving to the south because of better taxes and nicer weather, as well as a better business environment. Period. Americans are voting with their feet and they are leaving anti-business states with terrible weather for low-tax, better cost-of-living, pro-business, nice-weather states.

I'd be horrified to live in the Northeast.

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