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More People To Get Off My Lawn

January 11, 2014

I suppose that I once moved from New Jersey and eventually landed in Oregon, so I shouldn’t complain when other people do as well.  Go read the article.

 

Courtesy of United Van Lines

Courtesy of United Van Lines

The more interesting part is the South East.  Texas is not a surprise at all, of course, since Lynn has been talking about that one for a while.  The other one I note is that North Dakota doesn’t still have an inflow of people, even with the shale boom.

But it’s definitely curious to see how much of the flow is going out of the states in the North East.  I would expect that this trend will continue, it’s more a question of where the next surprise will be… California, anyone?

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. January 12, 2014 9:11 am

    Interesting. We don’t mind people moving here to South Carolina, as long as they aren’t pantywaist liberals.

    I suspect you will start seeing a mass exodus from California as soon as the new senate bill, SB-1 is passed and signed into law. http://thatmrgguy.wordpress.com/2014/01/12/a-rose-by-any-other-name-is-still-a-rose-but-agenda21-smells-like-shitsandwich-for-property-owners/

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