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  • #76
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    Must be a big thing in Arizona. My husband has been offered several jobs there also. Even paying for travel and moving expenses. Makes it tempting but too dang hot!
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    • #77
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      Originally posted by blueyecicle
      Must be a big thing in Arizona. My husband has been offered several jobs there also. Even paying for travel and moving expenses. Makes it tempting but too dang hot!
      Well, this was a peculiar situation... I was working for a really tiny company (sort of one-removed from the dotcom fun) that had a branch in both Austin and Tucson. Tiny as in about 10 employees and the two owners were the managers also. I was dead bored of school and pretty much everything going on right then. So they let me just transfer out there and I even got bumped up to salaried/benefits in the process. Fun, but no travel or moving expenses. I eventually went back to Austin to finish up school.

      Definitely not without a bit of the wanderlust gene here.

      Edit: And yeah, Arizona's hot. Not as hot as you might think, but it got a little too hot for me in the summer. They actually have egg cooking contests on the sidewalks in Phoenix

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      • #78
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        Originally posted by Bard
        Edit: And yeah, Arizona's hot. Not as hot as you might think, but it got a little too hot for me in the summer. They actually have egg cooking contests on the sidewalks in Phoenix
        They say "but it's a dry heat." To which I respond: "yes, so is an oven, but I ain't about to climb inside one."

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        • #79
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          Originally posted by Leo Lakio
          They say "but it's a dry heat." To which I respond: "yes, so is an oven, but I ain't about to climb inside one."

          Dry Schmy...120 degrees is friggin HOT. I remember visiting Palm Springs 2 summers ago ... That heat is unbearable...I could never live in it.
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          • #80
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            I'm a cold-weather man myself. I'd rather be in Tuktoyaktuk than Tlaquepaque. Then there's the Alpha Female - she grew up in Kane`ohe. Guess which one she'd choose?

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