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stankadiddlehopper stankadiddlehopper 51-55, M 16 Answers Jan 31 in Community

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Yup i probably wouldn't stay anywhere for very long maybe japan and the uk for the longest but that's about it~

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I'd stay where I am for a home - but would visit everywhere.

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Lucky, most people around me would probably change drastically (that i live around anyway) their all so noisy and bothersome so i would deff move~ but it would be nice to be able to stay home.

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I own my house and it is far enough away from neighbors that we don't hear them. I can only see one house from my yard and it is a half mile away.

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:O your so lucky although it must be a real pain to have to go to the store hahaha

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Yes, a nice town in Canada where prejudism is a real word, and is a religion looked down upon.

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Too far north for me.

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Can you define "prejudism"?

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A group/individual that judges based on something other than the person, and comes to some silly conclusion.
Looking down upon prejudism would be prejudice in itself
Figured you'd want my opinion rather than the dictionary definition.

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Ireland; the only Country in the World with a Museum dedicated to Writers and Literature; up the Eire!

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What? I even don't buy any lottery. :-D

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No I would not move family is impotant to me but I would travel to other places.

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We talking multi-million? Like 400,000,000,000? If so, this would still be my ba<x>se, but I'd have three or four different homes (would share with family and friends, of course).

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I would get a vacation home.

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Yes, and I'm not telling.

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Probably would buy a larger home for my family members. I , personally would also move to a (home) as well.

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Canada

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I'd stay in my house - just build on and remodel everything.

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And Canada is too far north for me.

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I think it is so Beautiful. Maybe I would stay in the U.S and just get a summer home up there?

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It is beautiful but I'm not a fan of cold weather.

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Bahrain :p

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Believe it or not, Boise Idaho

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Why? What's in Boise?

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The Rockies,dry beautiful weather most of the time. Wide open spaces. A city of 700,000 if you need a city, temperate summers, short winters, snow in the mountains if you want it, proximity to Seattle, Portland and Yellowstone. Lots more.

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