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    Seattle.

    Well, North of Seattle.

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    went to both last year. liked san fransisco best, although here in montana, there are a lotta seattle lovers.

    found san fransisco friendlier, more bike friendly (less freeway systems running through downtown), more progressive, more variety of things to do, and cheaper (if you can believe that!). seattle was expensive, a little presumptuous (to me), and didn't live up to all the hype, imo.

    plus i hear san fran is going completely wi-fi? that would be cool.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    If you had to choose between the two, where would you choose to live?
    Seattle. Many artists are up there. Many computer people are up there. Many computer/gaming people hire the artists. Plus it's closer to temperate rainforests... And...it's not California. So, hurray?
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    Seattle.
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    San Fran. Seattle/Washington State is too much like home (BC) to me and therefore wouldn't be as interesting.
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    I guess I'd probably just choose to die. Screw cities, and especially West Coast cities.
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    I had the choice, and I chose San Francisco. Lived there for 7 awesome years. Wish I was still there, to be honest.
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    Never been to either of them...but Seattle seems perfect. Weather? Meh...rain is fine. I kinda think I'd like it more due to the surrounding forest land et all.

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    Seattle. From what I gather its a lot like San Francisco but without the California governing body.
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    Well, I like cool mild weather, and rain and clouds don't really bother me, so either is easily in my top 5 places in the U.S. I'd pick. Seattle wins by a hair, as I'm sort of a northwest guy at heart, but I was in SF a couple of weeks ago and really liked that area too (although it's really expensive - even more so than Seattle).
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