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One caution I'd offer is that the state higher education budget is not in a happy place right now, and I'd ask questions about the outlook and financial stability of the program.Ive lived here my entire life and its a great place to spend a few years in college.

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On the downside: mostly white population, belligerence towards Massachusetts, small-town mentalities, "live free or die," rest of nation completely oblivious to our Obvious Importance. And I'm a latte-sipping Yankee liberal who cares really hard about evolution. But I'd also hate to feel like I was taking advantage of what the state has to offer without really caring about the place or the people. Food costs are pretty much at the national average and there's no sales tax on food or select pharmaceuticals. As for fitting in, 80% of the population of the state was born Somewhere Else, and the native Floridian is regarded as something of an exotic oddity.

Like, if I just hung out with other transplants, I wouldn't be gaining all that much from my graduate experience. Which is something I like about the state- you end up hanging around with people that bring a lot of different experiences and backgrounds to the table.

Your state is like a dream compared to what is going on down here. You're going to get a lot of differing opinions on this, so make as an informed decision as possible. The NW section is all college kids, and lower income families. I have always dealt with sales tax, living in Fl, but there is no income tax.

The offer you've received sounds like a good one, but beware!!!! First off, 20 years old and already getting a Ph D, that's amazing! Tally has it's issues, but if they offering you $$ in the field you want, in this day and age, I would take it and run! I lived in Tallahassee from 1998 to 2004, staying for my undergraduate and graduate degrees at Florida State.

We patrol the streets at night and are working aggressively with local law enforcement to stop the minorities from selling dope to our kids. We are a real political movement with young people and we are patrolling Tallahassee's streets.

ROF Militia - You say Vigilantism like its a bad thing - You Tube This is awesome.

What's moving out of Florida is being replaced with garbage. I would stick to the NE side of Tally if you choose to live there.

Don't knock what you have up there in New Hampshire. Charming older homes near dowtown, with an older more professional crowd. It can get cold in Tally, but equally as hot in the summer.

FSU can pay for me to visit once for an interview and that's it. I'm not particularly concerned about fitting in; I don't believe that people should strive to fit in, because diversity is how we survive. The times I've been in Tallahassee, it's struck me as pretty interchangable with several other middle-sized metro areas that host both a state capitol and a large university.

What should a potential graduate student know about FSU and Tallahassee? In New Hampshire I'm used to "live free or die," easy commutes, low populations and lots of shopping, high tolerance for lifestyle choices, no sales or income taxes, friendly natives, gas at

ROF Militia - You say Vigilantism like its a bad thing - You Tube This is awesome.What's moving out of Florida is being replaced with garbage. I would stick to the NE side of Tally if you choose to live there.Don't knock what you have up there in New Hampshire. Charming older homes near dowtown, with an older more professional crowd. It can get cold in Tally, but equally as hot in the summer.FSU can pay for me to visit once for an interview and that's it. I'm not particularly concerned about fitting in; I don't believe that people should strive to fit in, because diversity is how we survive. The times I've been in Tallahassee, it's struck me as pretty interchangable with several other middle-sized metro areas that host both a state capitol and a large university.What should a potential graduate student know about FSU and Tallahassee? In New Hampshire I'm used to "live free or die," easy commutes, low populations and lots of shopping, high tolerance for lifestyle choices, no sales or income taxes, friendly natives, gas at $1.80, autumn foliage, small towns, the New Hampshire Primary, and everybody constantly reassuring each other that this is the best place in the world to live. But I would like to find a place in the community where I live. I'll joke that Tallahassee is Madison or Landisng with palm trees. But schools and businesses will keep the air conditioning set to an almost cryogenic level so it's easy to avoid the worst of it.I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here. I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here.

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ROF Militia - You say Vigilantism like its a bad thing - You Tube This is awesome.

What's moving out of Florida is being replaced with garbage. I would stick to the NE side of Tally if you choose to live there.

Don't knock what you have up there in New Hampshire. Charming older homes near dowtown, with an older more professional crowd. It can get cold in Tally, but equally as hot in the summer.

FSU can pay for me to visit once for an interview and that's it. I'm not particularly concerned about fitting in; I don't believe that people should strive to fit in, because diversity is how we survive. The times I've been in Tallahassee, it's struck me as pretty interchangable with several other middle-sized metro areas that host both a state capitol and a large university.

What should a potential graduate student know about FSU and Tallahassee? In New Hampshire I'm used to "live free or die," easy commutes, low populations and lots of shopping, high tolerance for lifestyle choices, no sales or income taxes, friendly natives, gas at $1.80, autumn foliage, small towns, the New Hampshire Primary, and everybody constantly reassuring each other that this is the best place in the world to live. But I would like to find a place in the community where I live. I'll joke that Tallahassee is Madison or Landisng with palm trees. But schools and businesses will keep the air conditioning set to an almost cryogenic level so it's easy to avoid the worst of it.

I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here. I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here.

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ROF Militia - You say Vigilantism like its a bad thing - You Tube This is awesome.

What's moving out of Florida is being replaced with garbage. I would stick to the NE side of Tally if you choose to live there.

Don't knock what you have up there in New Hampshire. Charming older homes near dowtown, with an older more professional crowd. It can get cold in Tally, but equally as hot in the summer.

FSU can pay for me to visit once for an interview and that's it. I'm not particularly concerned about fitting in; I don't believe that people should strive to fit in, because diversity is how we survive. The times I've been in Tallahassee, it's struck me as pretty interchangable with several other middle-sized metro areas that host both a state capitol and a large university.

.80, autumn foliage, small towns, the New Hampshire Primary, and everybody constantly reassuring each other that this is the best place in the world to live. But I would like to find a place in the community where I live. I'll joke that Tallahassee is Madison or Landisng with palm trees. But schools and businesses will keep the air conditioning set to an almost cryogenic level so it's easy to avoid the worst of it.

I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here. I am in South Florida (the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Homestead area) and was wondering if this group has any members or activities down here.

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