Should I work in the US or the UK? - which pays best?
David H. Adler
dha at panix.com
Wed Dec 14 05:41:58 GMT 2011
On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 02:39:13PM -0800, Paul Mison wrote:
I guess I'll speak for the east coast.
> For me, as a culture vulture, SF doesn't cut it.
I happen to really like SF, but it's not NYC. :-)
> > The Politics
> I can imagine bugging out of the country within months if Gingrich
> gets the White House, UK recession or not.
Needless to say, I'd consider that possibility under those circumstances
> Also, pubs. Bars just aren't the same. Love your local pub, Londoners.
> Be cosy in it. Enjoy meat pies and warm beer.
This is also a good point. I have no problem with bars here in the US,
but they are definitely not the same thing as pubs.
All this said, I do love my home town, and am always happy to have cool
people show up here. On the other hand, you may have noticed that I do
show up in London with a certain frequency. I guess my position is to
HAVE IT ALL MWAHAHAHA.
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