1. gtfo avatar

    On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 5:44 PM, gtfo said:

    For work and to start a new beginning. I am mainly moving because there are a lot of things about the American "way of life" and "culture" that are holding me back from a better quality of life. I have always wanted to live in a place where using a car is not necessary. You can use a highly efficient form of public transport and walk to pretty much anywhere, as opposed to living in a country where car makers and oil companies pay millions to lobbyists to keep civil engineering projects and policies to where we don't build dense. That creates the necessity of vehicles and oil for gas, keeping them in business and keeping the American people slaving away half their checks to unnecessary expenses.

    Grocery stores don't have 20 different brands of ketchup from capitalistic companies trying to make the most profit by substituting hugh fructose corn syrup for real sugar. I just want real sugar in my ketchup and coca cola alike. There shouldn't be a choice between "regular" and "organic"...it should just automatically be the best quality for the better of the people, not the profit of the man. That kinds of thing is everywhere, yes....but prevalent in the good old USA.

    I feel like America is like an immature teenager that has a lot of growing up to do.

  2. ItsGonRain avatar

    On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 7:29 AM, ItsGonRain said:

    That sounds awesome, why are you moving?