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    11 13.10%
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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Yes, I have been to Houston.
    It's a world class city isn't it ?

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    What I find most amusing is that 5 years into his Presidency, certain extreme conservatives are STILL so butthurt that they didn't have anyone competent enough to beat Obama (not once, but twice), that they have to create some stupid conspiracy theory in order to soothe themselves over the fact that no one of any credibility takes their extremism seriously. Seems to me that it is such a bitter pill to swallow, that these folks will resort to creating their own reality in order to make themselves feel better. Just remember this, though: all of your stupid attempts have failed... he will have been President for 8 years. And there was nothing you all could do about it. Really shows the weakness of your ideology.
    Or the weakness of our Constitution and the rule of law.

    It was Barack Obama who spent over a million dollars in legal fees shopping for an activist judge to change the definition of "natural born citizen."
    I'm just curious who's million dollars was it ?

    BTW: I figured it out, Cannon Ball Run.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    It's a world class city isn't it ?
    More than Fullerton or Costa Mesa....but not really. When most people in the world talk about "World Class Cities", Houston isn't usually mentioned.
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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    More than Fullerton or Costa Mesa....but not really. When most people in the world talk about "World Class Cities", Houston isn't usually mentioned.
    Costa Mesa isn't so bad, they do have a good size gun shop.

    The only thing that beats Newport Beach or Laguna Beach would be La Jolla in San Diego.

    Huntington Beach may hold the title of "Surf City" but more top surfers came from Hermosa Beach than Huntington Beach. Just the waves are better at the Huntington pier and the cliffs.

    But Los Angeles County does have some places that are extremely desirable, the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Manhattan Beach and believe it or not, El Segundo. We'll throw in Malibu.

    Orange County has Irvine while L.A. County has ??? I can't say Simi Valley because it's in Ventura County. The closest thing L.A. County has to an Irvine would be Santa Clarita/Canyon Country.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    Costa Mesa isn't so bad, they do have a good size gun shop.

    The only thing that beats Newport Beach or Laguna Beach would be La Jolla in San Diego.

    Huntington Beach may hold the title of "Surf City" but more top surfers came from Hermosa Beach than Huntington Beach. Just the waves are better at the Huntington pier and the cliffs.

    But Los Angeles County does have some places that are extremely desirable, the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Manhattan Beach and believe it or not, El Segundo. We'll throw in Malibu.

    Orange County has Irvine while L.A. County has ??? I can't say Simi Valley because it's in Ventura County. The closest thing L.A. County has to an Irvine would be Santa Clarita/Canyon Country.
    No...Costa Mesa is fine for a beach town...just like Redondo or Hermosa....just beach cities.

    As far as desirable? Sure they have their qualities...but I've done that...living in Manhattan beach is nice for its proximity to the beach, but its so friggin far away from everything else. I prefer the valley.
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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    My exwife is from Fullerton, I cant go back there. I just love San Diego.
    God Bless the Marine Corps.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    No...Costa Mesa is fine for a beach town...just like Redondo or Hermosa....just beach cities.

    As far as desirable? Sure they have their qualities...but I've done that...living in Manhattan beach is nice for its proximity to the beach, but its so friggin far away from everything else. I prefer the valley.
    OH MY GOD ! Gag Me With A Spoon ! Disneydude is a Valley Dude !

    The "Valley" does have the city of Glendale which has some pretty nice neighborhoods and a decent law enforcement agency and fire department. Is it Glendale or Burbank that doesn't have any parking meters ? The extreme west end of the valley isn't to shabby and I suppose Calabasa could fall into being in the valley.

    But what in hell happened to Van Nuys ? Pacoima looks so TJ.

    BTW: Costa Mesa isn't a beach community. The purpose of Costa Mesa is as a buffer zone the separate Santa Anna from contaminating what's behind the Orange Curtain.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by mak2 View Post
    My exwife is from Fullerton, I cant go back there. I just love San Diego.
    I also like San Diego. No other place in America can be compared to San Diego.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    but I've done that...living in Manhattan beach is nice for its proximity to the beach, but its so friggin far away from everything else. I prefer the valley.
    BTW: How were you able to afford to live in Manhattan Beach ? Unless you lived on the east end just west of Aviation Blvd. Even then it's not cheap.

    Manhattan Beach was the first beach community to become a yuppie beach community in L.A. County. I know how that city works to keep the undesirables and riff raff out.

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    Re: Is the President YOUR President?

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    OH MY GOD ! Gag Me With A Spoon ! Disneydude is a Valley Dude !

    The "Valley" does have the city of Glendale which has some pretty nice neighborhoods and a decent law enforcement agency and fire department. Is it Glendale or Burbank that doesn't have any parking meters ? The extreme west end of the valley isn't to shabby and I suppose Calabasa could fall into being in the valley.

    But what in hell happened to Van Nuys ? Pacoima looks so TJ.

    BTW: Costa Mesa isn't a beach community. The purpose of Costa Mesa is as a buffer zone the separate Santa Anna from contaminating what's behind the Orange Curtain.
    LOL....I am now...mainly because I am older and live in a rural area (returning to my childhood routes). Growing up I lived in Redondo, Mid-Wilshire, West Hollywood, Santa Monica. Only been in the valley for the last 8 years...but I have to say, now that I live in the valley, I would ONLY live in the valley. Quality of life is better, not as conjested.

    BTW Burbank and Glendale both have parking meters. Van Nuys still has some nice areas. Pacoima DOES remind me of TJ, although there are some parts of Pacoima that I like because you can get great food and buy a lot of ethnic stuff that you can't get unless you go downtown or to East LA.
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