HOW MUCH IS IT WORTH TO LIVE IN LA?
The problem is a hell of a lot of them puritan control freak commies are moving to my occupied Republic of Texas to further F##K it up!
Move to New York, Ohio, New Jersey, Massachusetts, DC or Virginia instead.
They are already communistic yankee 3ed world s#it holes.
LA FREEWAY, WITH COMMENTARY ON CITY OF SAN ANTONIO’S RICO CRIMES AGAINST TEXICANS
LA has become such a lawless 3ed world s#it hole the Union Pacific Rail Road line is threatening to go around LA county altogether to stop the massive train robberies happening every day in LA.
‘Union Pacific Bashes LA’s Social Justice Reform, Threatens To Leave City Amid Soaring Train Thefts’
Keep your Kalifornia 3ed world dung heap s#it hole way of life in Kalifornia, don’t try to transplant your commie s#it to MY Texas!
DUBLIN BLUES with my definition of what constitutes a damn yankee and what constitutes a REAL Texican!
THERE ARE ROADS GOING NORTH & SOUTH OUT OF TEXAS
The Ole Texican Dog!
U-Haul put out its annual review of interstate moves in 2021, and Texas and Florida were the big inbound winners:
No state netted more U-Haul® customers during the last year than Texas. The Lone Star State earned bragging rights as the leading growth state of 2021, narrowly besting Florida for tops honors, according to transactional data compiled for the annual U-Haul Growth Index. Tennessee ranks third, South Carolina fourth and Arizona fifth among the top growth states. Growth states are calculated by the net gain of one-way U-Haul trucks entering a state versus leaving that state in a calendar year. Migration trends data is compiled from well over 2 million one-way U-Haul truck customer transactions that occur annually.
California, however, bled outbound citizens so badly, it broke U-Haul’s ability to measure — because the company ran out of trucks to rent:
California is 50th and Illinois 49th on the list for the second consecutive year, indicating those states once again witnessed the largest net losses of one-way U-Haul trucks. . . . California remained the top state for out-migration, but its net loss of U-Haul trucks wasn’t as severe as in 2020. That can be partially attributed to the fact that U-Haul simply ran out of inventory to meet customer demand for outbound equipment. [Emphasis added].