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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #840 on: April 26, 2021, 06:46:59 PM »
..and why would I want to rent my property? I live on an island, 60 feet from the water. My yacht’s right here. A quiet one way private street with only a few homes on it. If I were to, I doubt you could afford the rent. I worked very hard to afford such a property and I won’t easily give it up, hence my concern for the deteriorating state of the state that surrounds it. ;) :D >:D

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #841 on: April 26, 2021, 08:51:11 PM »
..and why would I want to rent my property? I live on an island, 60 feet from the water. My yacht’s right here. A quiet one way private street with only a few homes on it. If I were to, I doubt you could afford the rent. I worked very hard to afford such a property and I won’t easily give it up, hence my concern for the deteriorating state of the state that surrounds it. ;) :D >:D

Proves my point. You enjoy California.
You probably would not enjoy the hot and humid weather in Texas.

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #842 on: April 26, 2021, 09:50:55 PM »
Of course it doesn’t. I have never said I’m leaving. I stay because I can, (fortunately for me and my family) but I fight to make it the great place it once was. Just last week I arranged bridge financing for two native California clients to cash purchase $3-$5 million dollar properties in Texas and Nevada.  They’ll pay cash, sell their properties here and unwind it. These are major tax payers leaving our state for better business friendly states.  That tax base ain’t coming back...They are being replaced by 500 illegal immigrant girls at the Long Beach convention center....it’s not a fair trade.  Nothing proves my point like the loss of a congressional seat today...look who got it(Texas)

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #843 on: April 27, 2021, 01:07:05 AM »
Of course it doesn’t. I have never said I’m leaving. I stay because I can, (fortunately for me and my family) but I fight to make it the great place it once was. Just last week I arranged bridge financing for two native California clients to cash purchase $3-$5 million dollar properties in Texas and Nevada.  They’ll pay cash, sell their properties here and unwind it. These are major tax payers leaving our state for better business friendly states.  That tax base ain’t coming back...They are being replaced by 500 illegal immigrant girls at the Long Beach convention center....it’s not a fair trade.  Nothing proves my point like the loss of a congressional seat today...look who got it(Texas)

You are flexing and not answering the question.
Again, your argument is flawed. You love the coastal living in California. But there is also coastal living in Texas. But the coastal living in California is greater than Texas. (climate) Now you are blaming illegals, but there are also illegals in Texas.

Stop trying to flex (brag), because it does not strengthen your argument. It just makes you looks stupid. (Your real estate and investment argument is laughable.)

So you say work hard for your property in California. I guess no one else works hard. Hahaa




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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #844 on: April 27, 2021, 06:58:12 AM »
Why do you keep saying 'Texas' got the seat?  Why not all the Californians moving to Oregon (an even more liberal place) to WFH?


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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #845 on: April 27, 2021, 07:14:43 AM »
Migration happens, Morekaos is wrong on who we are losing though.  Net migration out is the working poor.  Oh wait, technically that’s middle class I guess Although I consider under $30,000 poor and even under $50,000 poor when the local McDonald’s chronically has hiring signs up at $19/hr.

https://www.next10.org/sites/default/files/2019-06/California-Migration-Final2.pdf

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #846 on: April 27, 2021, 07:59:59 AM »
Of course it doesn’t. I have never said I’m leaving. I stay because I can, (fortunately for me and my family) but I fight to make it the great place it once was. Just last week I arranged bridge financing for two native California clients to cash purchase $3-$5 million dollar properties in Texas and Nevada.  They’ll pay cash, sell their properties here and unwind it. These are major tax payers leaving our state for better business friendly states.  That tax base ain’t coming back...They are being replaced by 500 illegal immigrant girls at the Long Beach convention center....it’s not a fair trade.  Nothing proves my point like the loss of a congressional seat today...look who got it(Texas)

You are flexing and not answering the question.
Again, your argument is flawed. You love the coastal living in California. But there is also coastal living in Texas. But the coastal living in California is greater than Texas. (climate) Now you are blaming illegals, but there are also illegals in Texas.

Stop trying to flex (brag), because it does not strengthen your argument. It just makes you looks stupid. (Your real estate and investment argument is laughable.)

So you say work hard for your property in California. I guess no one else works hard. Hahaa






...and agian Eye, you totally miss the point. I am not bragging or flexing, I could care less what you think of my life..really.  I only point these facts out because it shows I have significant skin in the game.  My commitment to this place is not only deeply emotional but significantly financial.  As I have said a million times...I ain't goin anywhere but that does not stop the significant number of Californians who are leaving for reasons that are all too obvious.

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #847 on: April 27, 2021, 08:43:30 AM »
Why do you keep saying 'Texas' got the seat?  Why not all the Californians moving to Oregon (an even more liberal place) to WFH?



It is significant in that California has not lost a seat in over 100 years and the states gaining seats are predominantly Red.  This trend is a shifting of power that dramatically illustrates the population voting with their feet.  Nothing could be more clear that the path we are on is the wrong one....

California will lose a seat in Congress for first time
For the first time in its history, California will lose a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives after early results from the 2020 census released Monday showed the state’s population hasn’t grown as fast as the populations of other states.

The new population count means less political clout for Californians in Washington D.C. and the Electoral College, with gains going to places like Texas, Colorado and Florida. In all, seven states will lose one House seat while six will gain at least one.

The loss for California, which will be felt for at least the next decade, increases the gap between the state’s economic contributions and its political representation, noted Dowell Myers, a professor who teaches about demographic changes at USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy. It also increases the gap between the Electoral College and the popular vote, since the change means California will lose one electoral vote.

The big winner Monday, politically, is Texas, which will gain two House seats, bringing its delegation to 38, the second biggest after California. Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon also will each gain one seat.

In addition to California, other states set to lose a seat are Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/california-will-lose-a-seat-in-congress-for-first-time/ar-BB1g54d5

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #848 on: April 27, 2021, 10:16:08 AM »
Where they are going are turning blue.

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #849 on: April 27, 2021, 10:30:01 AM »
Where they are going are turning blue.

Not the ones leaving here. They are extremely red and they will bring that political view with them. If you are leaving this state for those reasons, you are not Blue.


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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #850 on: April 27, 2021, 10:39:45 AM »
We're number one!!!!

56.7% in California, 54.3% in New York and 53.3% in Oregon: How Biden's doubling of capital gains for Americans earning more than $1M will send rates soaring in states with additional local rates
Biden is expected to unveil Wednesday during his speech to Congress a massive capital gains tax hike to help pay for his 'human infrastructure' bill
It will nearly double the top capital gains taxes to 39.6% for people earning more than $1 million
California, New York, New Jersey, Minnesota and Oregon would have the highest top capital gains rates

13 states and Washington, D.C. would all have top rates surpassing 50%
White House officials defended Biden's tax hikes on the wealthy to pay for his $1.8 trillion American Families Plan 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9516857/Bidens-capital-gains-tax-hike-39-6-high-earning-Americans-send-rates-soaring.html

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #851 on: May 03, 2021, 12:45:04 PM »
Where they are going are turning blue.

Not the ones leaving here. They are extremely red and they will bring that political view with them. If you are leaving this state for those reasons, you are not Blue.


Not true...

This leads some conservative groups to believe there is an “invasion” going on of liberals into red states. After looking at the data and meeting many people moving to my own area in Montana, I find the “liberal invasion” narrative to be fraudulent.

Leftists don’t relocate to red states, at least not very often. They do not run away from their safe spaces. Rather, they relocate an hour or two from the cities they are addicted to. This is what the data from San Francisco shows. With over 80% of people moving from the city staying within California. In other words, some leftists want to get out of the cities, but they don’t want to move far from their beloved progressive Utopias and they certainly don’t plan on embedding in conservative strongholds and trying to “take over”.

https://libertarianhub.com/2021/04/29/red-states-are-fighting-back-against-the-reset-what-does-this-mean-for-the-future/

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #852 on: May 10, 2021, 11:46:28 AM »
Tic Toc indeed...

California is Leaving
No children, no middle class, and no future.

California’s fastest growing population is senior citizens. By 2030, every 1 in 3 Californians will be over the age of 50. The over 60 population will increase by 166 percent by 2060 going from 5.5 million to 13.5 million. Hotel California is rapidly becoming a retirement community.

By 2030, California will have a higher percentage elderly population than Florida.


In 1970, the median age of Californians was 27 years old. Jerry Brown became the state's youngest governor of the century. When he next ran for office, he became its oldest governor at the age of 72. California’s median age is now 38. And it’s only headed north from there.

By 2050, a third of LA will be over 65 and by 2060, the median age in LA will be 48.

California’s elderly population is increasing faster than any other age group. While the young population will remain flat, the middle aged population will only increase by a fifth, even as the elderly population more than doubles. These numbers paint a portrait of a state with no growth.

The state’s birth rate fell 10% just last year. A one month comparison actually showed a drop of 23%. While the pandemic suppressed birth rates, the numbers had been dropping in California long before anyone had ever heard of Wuhan. Two years ago it hit the lowest level in a century down to half of the state’s 1990 birth rate. In the last decade, California’s birth rate dropped twice as much as the national average defying its own demographic destiny.

The news is much worse than these numbers make it look.

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2021/05/california-leaving-daniel-greenfield/

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #853 on: May 10, 2021, 12:16:27 PM »
Yawn.  Census reports California median age 37.  USA median age 38.5.

1970 California media age, 27.  USA median age 28.

Yawn


Yawn



Yawn.

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Re: Toyota moving to Texas
« Reply #854 on: May 10, 2021, 12:18:28 PM »
Was in downtown SF this weekend picking up Soylent Yellow from college.

It sounds strange even as I type it, but no major protests or riots were anticipated this past weekend, but the "new normal" was this: Businesses are still boarded up along all of the major streets. Had to cross one street to avoid a very aggressive hobo weaving in and out of traffic while he was screaming at everyone. The hobo population has exponentially grown since we were last there a year ago. Two Asian women were knifed a few blocks from where we were staying. Hotels are at 15-20 percent occupancy - how that's going to work financially is a mystery to me. There were some people keeping watch on the top of their buildings overnight - similar to how K-Town was during the 1992 LA Riots. Cable cars aren't running either.

There is no reason at all to visit SF as a tourist location. I can't imagine working downtown either. It's amazing how the City has gotten so much worse each and every time we go up there.

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