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    Daniel

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    A lot of wise people on this site, that’s for sure ;)
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      Daniel

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      Woooo! Palm Beach FTW!!!!
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        Grrrowler

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        You might want to check the results again. Then again, maybe you don’t ;-)
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          Daniel

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          NOOO!!!!! Foolish people! Just wait for the next forest fire/earthquake/Governor Schwarzenegger! At least we only have to deal with one type of natural disaster, and we can make homes (almost) hurricane-proof! Have fun standing in your doorway while a fireman sprays gel on your home…and let’s see how far an IOU will get you at Home Depot when you want to rebuild!
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            Grrrowler

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            Aw, don’t take it personally! My top three choices didn’t even make the list, so at least you’re on there!
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    Grrrowler

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    I’d like more options. I’d hate to think those are the only choices of where to live!
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      Kenny Forder

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      haha, I wanted to make it more difficult for everyone by only putting up 5 =)
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    Nalin

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    15,000 sq ft in DC = perfection for me
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    Swimmer

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    20,000 in Rancho Santa Fe, CA=perfection. Love the Tuscan style
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    Laquayva

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    Ha! Kenny, you already know my answer :) Being a Native New Yorker, Saddle River for sure! I’ve lived in 5 states, so there’s no place like the NY/NJ/CT area.
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      Kenny Forder

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      hahaha. I agree, there is no place like it =)
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    architect 121

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    7-12,000 sqft in atlanta would be more desirable than 20,000 sqft. I’ve lived in 12,000 sqft and that felt too big, can’t imagine what 20,000 would feel like!
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    Barney

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    Even though the ENTIRE state’s goin’ down the financial BLACK HOLE, BIG time, I’d still rather live in L.A……..the still stunning environments within a few hours drive, the ocean, mountains, deserts….can’t beat the weather too. And MOST importantly………….ALL THAT SUNSHINE!!!
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      Swimmer

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      Live there and love it!
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    Venom

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    I am sorry, 5,000 sq ft in LA should be a no-brainer. lol
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    Al Robinson

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    Being from the midwest, and having only lived in Minnesota, it’s impossible for me to know for sure where I’d live of those five options, but I’d pick option 6, a 10,000 square foot home on Lake Minnetonka.
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