Not really a car question, thinking of moving to DFW area

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  1. cbdallas

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    only slightly related
    cb, I take 544 once in a while from Rockwall to work. I'll keep an eye out for you. :)
    (Black 18 EB, License: LLHOST)
     
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    I live in SoCal too (San Diego). It's expensive here for sure but I'm single, no kids. But I wouldn't move from here to DFW for any amount of $. I've met people here from Dallas. Most of them have nothing positive to say about it. Weather alone would keep me out of there.
     
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    I digress, and believe HOA's are outdated. Civic Associations are needed to keep our municipalities Honest.
    When one buys land, it is a sacred right and you should be able to maintain it as you wish. Oh, for the days of 10 acre + lots.
     
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    It would appear my employer decided for me that I was going to stay here. Thanks fellas, I appreciate all of the info. Lesson learned: When they say "Hey you can go", go right away...
     
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    And she bop!
     
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    Yeah, I ran ran into that issue coming here from Illinois. I made the deal with a manager and went through a training and team change over a year, then sold my house and they said "Well, no. It was never in writing". Got a new job in TX 6 months later.
     
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