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  • #61
    Re: McKinney Has Crack

    Originally posted by ASUPops View Post
    Bro, you DO smoke that Lake Travis "Wacky Tobaccy". LOL.

    Houston had 29...TWENTY NINE tornadoes in THREE DAYS. Less than a year ago.

    https://www.click2houston.com/news/2...arvey-nws-says

    I will take the occasional hail storm, pay my auto $250 deductible and get a windshield fixed IF need be...(FYI.. in 40 years, I had ONE truck that had 2 hail dings. Never any home damage).

    But we do get significant storms that do cause damage....for sure. But not near the destruction in Houston.

    As far as the housewives thing.....nice try. YOU said where they should film, I didnt even know Texas had a housewives show. IF I watch tv it's usually sports....MAYBE a documentary or a comedy movie...but that's IF I am stuck indoors during a hail ridden tornadic storm.
    Houston vs. Dallas. Both are Mega US cities. Dallas is more white collar pencil pushers and warehouse distribution centers. Of course I’m talking DFW and all surrounding feeder suburb towns. Houston is an industrial center with 26 miles of petroChemical plants that pay HS grads $25-$40 an hour. Plus, all the associated industry that caters to them. Port of Houston also feeds blue collar workers. Unions are not strong due to Texas being a right to work state tends to lessen forced membership. Houston also has the largest reserve of natural gas in the world. I can honestly say doing business in both Houston is more open to newcomers. Weather is scary in Houston no doubt, City was built on a swamp.

    San Antonio is my favorite city in Texas love the climate River walk and Alamo Heights area. Also, theme parks zoo and the Alamo. Plus, a number of other things. Would love to retire there but doubt I ever do. Or even get back to the pines of east Texas where all I ever do there is starve looking for opportunity. Ha!

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    • #62
      Re: McKinney Has Crack

      Originally posted by Techster88 View Post
      Houston vs. Dallas. Both are Mega US cities. Dallas is more white collar pencil pushers and warehouse distribution centers. Of course I’m talking DFW and all surrounding feeder suburb towns. Houston is an industrial center with 26 miles of petroChemical plants that pay HS grads $25-$40 an hour. Plus, all the associated industry that caters to them. Port of Houston also feeds blue collar workers. Unions are not strong due to Texas being a right to work state tends to lessen forced membership. Houston also has the largest reserve of natural gas in the world. I can honestly say doing business in both Houston is more open to newcomers. Weather is scary in Houston no doubt, City was built on a swamp.

      San Antonio is my favorite city in Texas love the climate River walk and Alamo Heights area. Also, theme parks zoo and the Alamo. Plus, a number of other things. Would love to retire there but doubt I ever do. Or even get back to the pines of east Texas where all I ever do there is starve looking for opportunity. Ha!
      Personally, I think East Texas (like Larue area) is very nice....but have never lived there.
      Last edited by ASUPops; 06-07-2018, 12:20 AM.

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      • #63
        McKinney Has Crack

        Originally posted by Techster88 View Post
        Houston vs. Dallas. Both are Mega US cities. Dallas is more white collar pencil pushers and warehouse distribution centers. Of course I’m talking DFW and all surrounding feeder suburb towns. Houston is an industrial center with 26 miles of petroChemical plants that pay HS grads $25-$40 an hour. Plus, all the associated industry that caters to them. Port of Houston also feeds blue collar workers. Unions are not strong due to Texas being a right to work state tends to lessen forced membership. Houston also has the largest reserve of natural gas in the world. I can honestly say doing business in both Houston is more open to newcomers. Weather is scary in Houston no doubt, City was built on a swamp.

        San Antonio is my favorite city in Texas love the climate River walk and Alamo Heights area. Also, theme parks zoo and the Alamo. Plus, a number of other things. Would love to retire there but doubt I ever do. Or even get back to the pines of east Texas where all I ever do there is starve looking for opportunity. Ha!

        I love the Hill Country. My second oldest graduates from High School next year and we might take that opportunity to move to that area. Somewhere from Northwest SA (Boerne, Bullverde, New Braunfels) to just South of Austin (Wimberley or San Marcos). Climate is great for Texas. Close to major airports that are increasing their numbers of international flights. Entertainment options are unlimited between the two cities and the smaller ones in between. and I’ll be closer to UT where I might go for a second Masters degree.
        Last edited by LSC Fan; 06-07-2018, 08:40 AM.

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