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Old 12-25-2010, 04:27 AM
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I love tax free NEW HAMPSHIRE...............LIVE FREE OR DIE............
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Diesel went from $3.19/gallon on Monday to $3.25/gallon this morning. Makes me appreciate the V3 even more.
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You have a state income tax, though.
None here in FL, or TX.

Im far from an accountant, so I dunno which way works out better for us in the end, but income tax is just so hard for me to stomach.

Sounds like diesel is as expansive in Hawaii, as it is in Cali...
We do have an income tax... FL gets your money in some other manner I would guess... Sales tax maybe??? Our sales tax is 8%, what is it in FL?
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My $150k home here in OK would cost.... What, $500k there?

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Touche. But now you can buy that $500k home in FL for 46% less than you could four years ago.

My counter: the average high in Oklahoma City for January is 46* and the average low is 25*. Tampa, Florida? Average high in January is 70* and average low is 52*.





That's the price you have to pay to live in paradise.
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Touche. But now you can buy that $500k home in FL for 46% less than you could four years ago.

My counter: the average high in Oklahoma City for January is 46* and the average low is 25*. Tampa, Florida? Average high in January is 70* and average low is 52*.





That's the price you have to pay to live in paradise.
And it 46% less because why? Not because people are rushing in to buy houses and live in "paradise".

I couldn't live anywhere that didn't have 4 seasons. I love them all.
That's my paradise.

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Did I mention it's 65 degrees here today and I'm off work enjoying it
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Did I mention it's 65 degrees here today and I'm off work enjoying it
Even though its 65*, its still Oklahoma.

But being off of work and enjoying the weather is better than what I had today. Although I did finally get to meet Jason, which was pretty awesome. We had 3 Vegistrokers hanging out in the same place (Jason, Shawn, and I). That doesn't happen too often.
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Did I mention it's 65 degrees here today and I'm off work enjoying it
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