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adam9


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 2:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 2:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

adam9 wrote:
I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
Come to Eugene baby. I need a wingman.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
Come to Eugene baby. I need a wingman.

I'm down lol. Gotta finish school somewhere down here and then in going to be looking for a place that I want to live life in.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

adam9 wrote:
swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
Come to Eugene baby. I need a wingman.

I'm down lol. Gotta finish school somewhere down here and then in going to be looking for a place that I want to live life in.
By that time I'll be gone. I'm here for three more years max.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
Come to Eugene baby. I need a wingman.

I'm down lol. Gotta finish school somewhere down here and then in going to be looking for a place that I want to live life in.
By that time I'll be gone. I'm here for three more years max.

That's my same philosophy on life lol. The South is okay. I like the football, a lot of the people, etc. But the true grit country life some people try to live down here isn't for me. I'm more of a medium sized city, steady job kind of guy.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

adam9 wrote:
swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
swoosh wrote:
adam9 wrote:
I've always wanted to move west as well, so it's good to see someone make their aspirations reality. Eventually I will get there myself. Either move to East TN or somewhere like Seattle or Portland.

Keep us posted on how it's going if you feel the need. It's interesting to see someone just plan and move when I've had the thoughts ever since I was in high school myself.
Come to Eugene baby. I need a wingman.

I'm down lol. Gotta finish school somewhere down here and then in going to be looking for a place that I want to live life in.
By that time I'll be gone. I'm here for three more years max.

That's my same philosophy on life lol. The South is okay. I like the football, a lot of the people, etc. But the true grit country life some people try to live down here isn't for me. I'm more of a medium sized city, steady job kind of guy.
I most likely won't leave the west coast. It's probably Portland or back to Cali at this point. But a lot can change in a couple of years.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Brb...
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Brb...
I'll imagine that's Rashida Jones.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EOla4fbRFM

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devils1854 wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EOla4fbRFM

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Saving money for the move to Denver has started off well. I had no clue I would make as much as I have at my second job. That check goes straight to my savings acct, so I dont even see it. Im planning on getting a form from my boss at work tomorrow, so I can send some of my regular check into my savings.

Im a cautious person, so the way I calculate it, I need around 3500-4k for my move to Denver. That includes moving costs, deposits, any hotels, etc. Plus it gives me some spending money in case my new job there doesnt pay right away. It does help that I have a very dependable job now, so I can wait out moving until I find a job, so that cuts off some of the cost for moving.

Im really hoping to be in Denver by mid-April. I miss the air, and pretty much everything there. Once I get moved, I can take a visit to Nike U. Ive always wanted to go there, and its a lot closer to Denver than the east coast.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 3:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

devils1854 wrote:
Saving money for the move to Denver has started off well. I had no clue I would make as much as I have at my second job. That check goes straight to my savings acct, so I dont even see it. Im planning on getting a form from my boss at work tomorrow, so I can send some of my regular check into my savings.

Im a cautious person, so the way I calculate it, I need around 3500-4k for my move to Denver. That includes moving costs, deposits, any hotels, etc. Plus it gives me some spending money in case my new job there doesnt pay right away. It does help that I have a very dependable job now, so I can wait out moving until I find a job, so that cuts off some of the cost for moving.

Im really hoping to be in Denver by mid-April. I miss the air, and pretty much everything there. Once I get moved, I can take a visit to Nike U. Ive always wanted to go there, and its a lot closer to Denver than the east coast.
Looking good. I'd love to live in Denver some day.

Hit me up if you come to Eugene. I'll be 21 by then so we can grab a beer or something.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

devils1854 wrote:
Saving money for the move to Denver has started off well. I had no clue I would make as much as I have at my second job. That check goes straight to my savings acct, so I dont even see it. Im planning on getting a form from my boss at work tomorrow, so I can send some of my regular check into my savings.

Im a cautious person, so the way I calculate it, I need around 3500-4k for my move to Denver. That includes moving costs, deposits, any hotels, etc. Plus it gives me some spending money in case my new job there doesnt pay right away. It does help that I have a very dependable job now, so I can wait out moving until I find a job, so that cuts off some of the cost for moving.

Im really hoping to be in Denver by mid-April. I miss the air, and pretty much everything there. Once I get moved, I can take a visit to Nike U. Ive always wanted to go there, and its a lot closer to Denver than the east coast.

Sounding like you got a solid plan and you're sticking to it. If that's the case everything will go really smoothly.

Nike U though? Basically go to the Autzen (which isn't on campus I don't think) for a game and/or try to trespass into the football training facility. Other than that its not too different from any other nice type of campus like Clemson. If you're going for the chicks though, point invalid Laughing :waits for swoosh to crucify me or put a bounty on my head:
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adam9 wrote:
devils1854 wrote:
Saving money for the move to Denver has started off well. I had no clue I would make as much as I have at my second job. That check goes straight to my savings acct, so I dont even see it. Im planning on getting a form from my boss at work tomorrow, so I can send some of my regular check into my savings.

Im a cautious person, so the way I calculate it, I need around 3500-4k for my move to Denver. That includes moving costs, deposits, any hotels, etc. Plus it gives me some spending money in case my new job there doesnt pay right away. It does help that I have a very dependable job now, so I can wait out moving until I find a job, so that cuts off some of the cost for moving.

Im really hoping to be in Denver by mid-April. I miss the air, and pretty much everything there. Once I get moved, I can take a visit to Nike U. Ive always wanted to go there, and its a lot closer to Denver than the east coast.

Sounding like you got a solid plan and you're sticking to it. If that's the case everything will go really smoothly.

Nike U though? Basically go to the Autzen (which isn't on campus I don't think) for a game and/or try to trespass into the football training facility. Other than that its not too different from any other nice type of campus like Clemson. If you're going for the chicks though, point invalid Laughing :waits for swoosh to crucify me or put a bounty on my head:

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Lol if it makes you feel better I like the west coast better than the southeast so Oregon>Clemson.

Not downing Autzen, but with a growing fanbase and a stably top-tier program when are they going to add seats? It's loud af to have do few people though... I'll go to a game there sometime in life.
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