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Who else in CA is getting filling up all their cars this weekend before the tax kicks in?

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Anyone else doing that?:LOL:
 
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Illinois has a similar tax going into effect, from $0.19 to $0.38...ouch
 

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It hadn’t gone into effect yet?!
 
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Does anyone still live in CA? If yes WHY?
 

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@CKeeler how do people afford to drive their? :unsure:
 

CKeeler

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By going into debt.
 

spider55

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Sounds like it's time to move. [wave][burnout]
 

CKeeler

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Believe me, if I had a job to go to, I’d be gone
 
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Jeez. I'm so glad I escaped to Freer America, in the form of the DFW Metroplex. Born and raised in San Diego county, but dear ghawd, the lunacy really started increasing logarithmically after I left in late 2014. I'd say I missed the weather, but growing up in Escondido, ~20 miles inland, the weather wasn't too terribly different than it is here in Dallas, save for the fact that Dallas gets a ton more rain year round, and it can get a little colder on average in the late winter months, though not always.
 

CKeeler

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Jeez. I'm so glad I escaped to Freer America, in the form of the DFW Metroplex. Born and raised in San Diego county, but dear ghawd, the lunacy really started increasing logarithmically after I left in late 2014. I'd say I missed the weather, but growing up in Escondido, ~20 miles inland, the weather wasn't too terribly different than it is here in Dallas, save for the fact that Dallas gets a ton more rain year round, and it can get a little colder on average in the late winter months, though not always.
That’s where I’m thinking of looking. Just south of Fort Worth. My wife and I got lucky when the housing market was still down. We now have around $200k in equity. That should give us a good chunk to put down
 

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The nice thing about moving to Texas is when you buy a house it comes with land, depending on where you buy of course, but you still get a lot of house for the money.
 

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The nice thing about moving to Texas is when you buy a house it comes with land, depending on where you buy of course, but you still get a lot of house for the money.
That’s why one of my family members told me to look south of Fort Worth. Praying about it for sure
 


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