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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ric426, Feb 28, 2008.
What's a "Canada"?
Reading through this thread, you'd almost think we were trees, fated to live where we got planted with no hope of being relocated. But we are not. As soon as I was old enough, I left the Frozen North (where my parents lived on purpose, believe it or not!) and moved 1000 miles south. If I move again, it will surely be to an even warmer climate than Alabama offers.
The way I see it, if you hate the climate where you live, MOVE. If you don't move, shut up.
And if you're just whining about not being able to play your bass (like I was ), get back to work like you're supposed to and wait an hour. The bass is great and I'm fine with winter again, though I *will* be glad when I can ride my bike again.
However, I still don't understand how people who have lived in snowy climates for years can forget how to drive every time it snows... :scowl:
that's exactly what i did
sold everything i owned, what i couldn't sell, i gave away,, what i couldn't give away,,, i threw away,, ( which was a very enlightening experience in itself, ( pun intended ) ),, & picked my little happy ass up & left that hellhole called michigan,,, hopped on a flight to San Francisco,, jumped on a bus & took it to San Rafael ,, got off,, & got a room in a little motel,, scored a very decent paying job in less that 2 weeks,, got a car,, apartment,, & again all the crap to literally fill the apt up,,
so,, it can be done,,, if you complain about where you are,, LEAVE
as Dr Seuss says,, Oh The Places You'll Go
oh & i forgot to add that i was 40 at the time of my above adventure...
I'm moving 3,000 miles to get to California in two years. It is my only salvation.
You're obviously not talking about Newport, Rhode Island. Unless your one of those "polar bear" people.