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CashCowMoo
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Well what a surprise. The worst 5 are blue states.


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more pure crap cashcow your top 3 states are friggin no-man's land. All three are in 'good shape' because they have great revenues on natural resources like oil and gas. Wyoming too.

South Dakota set up favorable laws to the credit card co's and they all wnet there. Nobody WANTS to live there tho, for dozens of very good reasons.

Nebraska and Wyoming are intimately familiar to me. The people in both states are awesome, but the only reason WY is on there is becuse they have natural gas. hell they don't even gow anything in WY except cattle and they lose too many of them to the weather.


Fla at umber six is there because of tourism and people move there with the money they earned while living in all those "Democratic dark blue states up north.

having MS in the top half of the list was the dead-giveaway that this map is proof of something that has the distinct aroma of Kansas City cattleyard.

I've lived here for the last ten years (five years too long) MS has no clue even how to make a real economy work. To show MS as 'better' than Texas is absolute insanity.

I would suggest that the only reasons this list looks the way it does is becuase the Bush carpetbagging econmic principles were exersized on the whole country for too long in the last decade.

remember that oil was 25 dollars per barrel when Bush took over the WH- that made the whol emap look differnt, very friggin differnt.

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
more pure crap cashcow your top 3 states are friggin no-man's land. All three are in 'good shape' because they have great revenues on natural resources like oil and gas. Wyoming too.

South Dakota set up favorable laws to the credit card co's and they all wnet there. Nobody WANTS to live there tho, for dozens of very good reasons.

Nebraska and Wyoming are intimately familiar to me. The people in both states are awesome, but the only reason WY is on there is becuse they have natural gas. hell they don't even gow anything in WY except cattle and they lose too many of them to the weather.


Fla at umber six is there because of tourism and people move there with the money they earned while living in all those "Democratic dark blue states up north.

having MS in the top half of the list was the dead-giveaway that this map is proof of something that has the distinct aroma of Kansas City cattleyard.

I've lived here for the last ten years (five years too long) MS has no clue even how to make a real economy work. To show MS as 'better' than Texas is absolute insanity.

I would suggest that the only reasons this list looks the way it does is becuase the Bush carpetbagging econmic principles were exersized on the whole country for too long in the last decade.

remember that oil was 25 dollars per barrel when Bush took over the WH- that made the whol emap look differnt, very friggin differnt.

The map is a representation of the fiscal condition.
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but cashcow, if you are not itno the oil biz or the credit card biz? you ain't going to go to any of these states (except Nebraska) that are in so-called good fiscal condition to make your living or even have a life...

no chit. i lived in nebraska for awhile. Loved the peopl there. they are great folks... but there's not much going on there unless you are into ranching or farming.

"good fiscal condition" is not what MS is in period. end of story. I know. Now you can claim th egovernments are handling their revenues and spending well, but i know that plenty of poor people and states handle tehir moeny well, it does not mean they are in good fiscal condition...
it's just not the same thing.

MS is in terible finaical condition, nobody moves here because they don't have decent schools or doctors or just about anything. hell, the farmers have mostly sold out to corporate agro bcause they can escape.

you want to make millions o'dollars by working hard and you have almost nothing to start? move to California. Move to one of those blue states because they have cshflow and you can tap itno it...

I hate bureacraices as much as anybody, i hate debt, and i have had many friends in the military who were stationed in Alaska that told me i would love living there. BUT i know that i couldn't move to a state with less people in it than the top 20 largest US cities and make a living creating and selling products to people. The numbers may look good if you look at ehm only a certain way, you gotta look braoder than how well the state govt manages it's revenues and spending.

MS desperately needs to change, and they want to stay the same as they are. I listen to it every day, even the artists here are more interested in getting grant moeny than they are in Making Money the old-fashioned way, whihc is earning ti from other people who earned it. MS is in last place in almost everything but your list? nah... that list is not right.

all of the recent growth in jobs in MS came from state grants or gifts whatever you wanna call them...those grants and gifts were underpinned by federal money- the state paid for Nissan and Toyota to come here and when those plants are too old to be cost-effective? those plants will close down and the new plants will be built at he next state willing to pay for the new plants...

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as amatter of fact? if i were only looking at customer base to move right now? almost every one fo the worst states would be my top choices to setup shop. i have other major priorities tho... i am seriously looking at states that are supposedly worse off than MS is tho....

Wisconsin, Colorado and Michigan are the only states not on either coast that make it onto my possible list.

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
but cashcow, if you are not itno the oil biz or the credit card biz? you ain't going to go to any of these states (except Nebraska) that are in so-called good fiscal condition to make your living or even have a life...

no chit. i lived in nebraska for awhile. Loved the peopl there. they are great folks... but there's not much going on there unless you are into ranching or farming.

"good fiscal condition" is not what MS is in period. end of story. I know. Now you can claim th egovernments are handling their revenues and spending well, but i know that plenty of poor people and states handle tehir moeny well, it does not mean they are in good fiscal condition...
it's just not the same thing.

MS is in terible finaical condition, nobody moves here because they don't have decent schools or doctors or just about anything. hell, the farmers have mostly sold out to corporate agro bcause they can escape.

you want to make millions o'dollars by working hard and you have almost nothing to start? move to California. Move to one of those blue states because they have cshflow and you can tap itno it...

I hate bureacraices as much as anybody, i hate debt, and i have had many friends in the military who were stationed in Alaska that told me i would love living there. BUT i know that i couldn't move to a state with less people in it than the top 20 largest US cities and make a living creating and selling products to people. The numbers may look good if you look at ehm only a certain way, you gotta look braoder than how well the state govt manages it's revenues and spending.

MS desperately needs to change, and they want to stay the same as they are. I listen to it every day, even the artists here are more interested in getting grant moeny than they are in Making Money the old-fashioned way, whihc is earning ti from other people who earned it. MS is in last place in almost everything but your list? nah... that list is not right.

all of the recent growth in jobs in MS came from state grants or gifts whatever you wanna call them...those grants and gifts were underpinned by federal money- the state paid for Nissan and Toyota to come here and when those plants are too old to be cost-effective? those plants will close down and the new plants will be built at he next state willing to pay for the new plants...

I get all that. It also doesnt help MS to be the most obese state!
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You are quite the drip aren't you Cowpoo! Hahhaha! That was the best response you could fathom? Your such a numbnut. Btw....who are you voting for this time in 2016? LOL!

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It sure as hell wont be for Hillary. After her lies and careless demeanor on Benghazi there is no way I can vote for that. Of course, I am sure you dont see anything wrong with how all of that went down.

And pagan, unlike you...I am not always concerned with how good of a response I can make. You and your shock jock politics.

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