Domoŝomo
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Affordable fiberoptic internet in a rural town.

@Kamui
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O: I want to go to there

Travis Skaalgard
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I like how my state has one of the lowest costs of living in the United States, I like how my city isn’t too big but also isn’t too small. This is an unpopular opinion, but I enjoy the endless seas of grass out here on the Plains. Also, here in Kansas, John Brown is a hero, and that’s a good gateway when talking to people about radical leftist causes, lol

@Ninjabread
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No COVID.

@tronk
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whaaaat how come? Y’all are super insulated from the world? Or people got vaccinated already?

@Ninjabread
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Live in New Zealand. Locked down hard and early, followed by a new lockdown in our biggest city every few months when a case sneaks through the quarantine at border, but largely things have been normal here the last 9 months.

Our vaccination programme has only really just started as we had no reason to rush approval of the vaccine. Currently doing high risk, the general population vaccination doesn’t start for another couple of months.

@DixiE
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@timlyo
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House prices are cheap so I can afford a two bedroom house for the same cost of a tiny flat in the capital. I live on the edge of a city, but I have plenty of green space nearby for walking, and it’s really quiet. I’m right next to plenty of transport links so if I want to go anywhere it’s easy.

@edisondotme
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Oh there’s so many

  • Giant fresh water ocean
  • Low CoL for a city
  • Most convenient airport (in the world)
  • Architecture If I had to pick one thing I guess it’d be the CoL to arts and culture ratio.
Ravn
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Baltic sea?

@edisondotme
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My tongue in cheek way of saying Lake Michigan

@PeaceLaborMay
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The mountains. The trees planted by our great grandparents. The endless steppes. Squirrels that are fat and brave because everyone loves them and feeds them. Fresh produce, local and from our neighbors.

Ravn
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That sounds lovely. Scotland?

@PeaceLaborMay
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Kazakhstan:)

@seahorse
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Wah wah wee wah! Very nice!

Ravn
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Makes me want to visit! (also I don’t know why my brain connected steppes to Scotland lol)

@PeaceLaborMay
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Not any time soon, our cases are rising daily ಥ_ಥ

Ravn
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Sorry to hear :( Hope you pull out ok.

@PeaceLaborMay
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Thanks! My second shot of the vaccine is coming soon ಥ‿ಥ

poVoq
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Really awesome cheese and geothermal hot springs to bath in.

musicmatze
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You are in Switzerland and Iceland at the same time?

poVoq
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Yeah, something like that :p No really good chocolate though.

Longjumping-Bird-526
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Go to Belgium when the pandemic ends. They got some good chocolate, waffles and fries

@Echedenyan
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Isolation from citizens but connected. I like it is also an island.

Elbullazul
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The abundant snow in the winter and the peace and quiet of a small town

@Ratoeira547
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The crows and the food available made in the day.

Bob_Bobington
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The pizza.

skittermouse
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@Echedenyan
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  • It is not a city, it is a village.
  • It is near to the coast and touch nature directly.
  • Low prices in comparison with other municipalities and mainland.
  • I know the place.
@ChickenBumMcSplatter
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It’s pretty during the spring and summer months and Mt. Rainier is within view, which is also pretty.

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