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Old 11-14-2004, 11:46 PM   #21
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shoot any questions about alaska my way and i'll try my best to answer.
Which would you say is the better city to live; Fairbanks or Anchorage, and why? I'm interested to live out there for a year or so, and don't really know where to start. Want to be close enough to a city to find good work in the social sector and also possibilities for going back to school. [/b]
Anchorage because its bigger, south, and they have a good school.
from there it would be easier to check out other towns and such, go to fairbanks and you could find yourself stuck.
southeast alaska is cool as well, juneau, sitka, ketchikan. A part of alaska that is often forgotten and over looked.
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ooh is there a shortage of women out there cos id really like to find me one of them men
shortage?? there are no women at all what so ever.
thats why i have to leave every year. need to find one and trick her into coming up there with me
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deadguy you gotta any job hookups you could pass my way bro? or depending on where i end up a place to crash a night or two?
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There is a severe shortage of women in Alaska. Go up there and you will have your pick.
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ill get one good life insurance policy on the sucker pmsl
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Old 11-15-2004, 07:04 AM   #25
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Anchorage because its bigger, south, and they have a good school.
from there it would be easier to check out other towns and such, go to fairbanks and you could find yourself stuck.
southeast alaska is cool as well, juneau, sitka, ketchikan. A part of alaska that is often forgotten and over looked.
Makes sense of course. Certainly something I want to do at some point. Thanks for the info!
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AH STOP THE HIJACKING!


deadguy you know anyone that could help me land a sick job up there bro?
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