WE NEED TO TAKE BACK CALIFORNIA FROM THE SILICON VALLEY PUSSIES
you think there's any reason to stay in California? (AskVoat)
hours ago by redpilledblackguy
school senior here. With wildfires and earthquakes,
decriminalizing AIDS, recognizing non binary as a gender, as
well as the high cost of living and everything listed here,
I've really considered leaving Cali behind once I go off to
conflicted though. For one thing, I live in the Solano
County area and went on a field trip to Solano Community
College. It was really nice. The cafeteria had great food,
and there was actually a very active campus life complete
with a cool looking bookstore where you could buy textbooks,
comics, supplies and snacks. Library was bigger than I
expected too and there's a gym and full athletic gymnasium.
part I liked was what they offered in terms of the physical
education classes for kinesiology. I'm a martial artist (I
practice Judo) and they actually offered Judo classes as
courses, including an active Judo club that competes in
local tournaments. Since this would be part of my tuition, I
could then pay to start studying Karate on the side.
thing I should mention is my desired career, which is
becoming a game warden . The California Department of Fish
and Wildlife seems to be based in Sacramento,and thus isn't
far from UC Davis, the college I plan to transfer to. I
figured this would be helpful in perhaps trying to get an
internship, since a game warden job is a pretty competitive
bring all this because this is why I'm conflicted about
leaving here. On one hand, it definitely has it's problems.
But on the other, it's almost as if I have the perfect setup
for where I want to go in life in terms of pursuing my
intersts (making friends and pursuing martial arts), my
education (getting an associates in criminal justice and a
bachelor's in a biological science, required for game
wardens) and ultimately becoming a wildlife officer. Any
advice would be greatly appreciated. I apologize if this
comes off as rambling, I'm just a 17 year old trying to
figure out the rest of their life.
[–] clamhurt_legbeard 23 points (+25|-2) 17 hours ago
make California into what YOU want - it's your god damned
listen to the people who advocate cowardice. Nobody
[–] tendiesonfloor 16 points (+17|-1) 17 hours ago (edited 17 hours ago)
to this guy. You're only going to have to kill ~10
million or so illegal Mexicans before you start to see a
[–] jokersmild 3 points (+3|-0) 16 hours ago
is share blue isn't he?
[–] DeadFox 2 points (+2|-0) 12 hours ago
waste the bullets? Mexico is literally right under
America. Just deport them. Makes us look alot less
[–] CapinBoredface 17 points (+17|-0) 17 hours ago
I moved here in 2014. I'm still not ready to give up on
this state. California has the potential to be an amazing
place for Americans to live but we need to stop giving
control to faggots, jews, and shitskins. Fuck them for
trying to take manifest destiny away from us.
all of the Americans throw their hands in the air and just
decide CA isn't worth saving then it will just become even
more mexican than it already is.
leave. Help us fix this fucking shithole.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 2 points (+3|-1) 17 hours ago
[–] CapinBoredface 11 points (+11|-0) 16 hours ago
far its just being an example of how I expect people
weeks ago a man had a seizure in a parking lot. He
fell and split his head open pretty bad, he was
bleeding a lot.
girlfriend called 911 and I ran to find a security
guard I had seen earlier. He was sitting in a corner
and when I told him someone was hurt he just looked at
me like I was retarded. I ran back to the man who had
fallen with the security guard shuffling behind me
without a care in the world.
the time I got back there was a crowd of people but
only one woman was doing anything to help. She was
holding the mans head and trying to stop the bleeding.
My girlfriend was arguing with 911 dispatch about
something. I noticed that the woman who was trying to
stop the bleeding wasn't holding the correct part of
the mans head so I went to help.
help the mans head and talked to him until the
ambulance came 10 minutes later. When I looked up to
observe the crowd something clicked in my head.
single person that stood around and did nothing was
either mexican or black. The three people that helped
out were all white. The paramedics were white. I asked
my girlfriend what she was arguing about on the phone
and she said the dispatcher had a super thick accent
and couldn't figure out what was going on. Even the
security guard who clearly was inconvenienced by this
whole thing was black.
the next time someone needs help one of those people
who decided a bleeding man isnt worth the effort will
remember those three white folks that fucking did
something. Or maybe somewhere down the road I can use
this as an example of why replacing white demographics
with "diversity" will lead to a society that doesn't
care about anyone but themselves.
[–] GOMAD_OR_GFYAD 5 points (+5|-0) 16 hours ago
you factor in cost of living and taxes, California is
rarely the best place to have a career. One of the few
exceptions to that might be government jobs, which sounds
like your preferred field. When you consider high rates of
leftism and sjw bullshit that saturate government
employment, you may find that your job prospects are
pretty bad compared to somewhere else that wont pass you
over simply because someone else checked of more
"Oppressed Demographic Group" check-boxes than you do.
ok to stay in California until you're done with schooling
then leave the state when you're ready to join the
workforce full time.
[–] CapinBoredface 1 points (+1|-0) 12 hours ago
black, he'll be fine in CA government.
[–] QuitWaistingOurMoney 5 points (+5|-0) 17 hours ago
it's factor one thing to consider is the cost of tuition.
If you plan to go out of state and start college shortly
thereafter, you will be paying much higher out of state
[–] jokersmild 4 points (+4|-0) 16 hours ago
faggot! Cuck! Jew!
that I've got that out of my system.
homie... Think about the Air Force. As an SP. If you can
score a 45 on the ASVAB, you're in. Take a practice test
you are in the Air Force(or any other branch) you can get
free college. You will also get a "military" feel from
being in the AF. Don't stay in... Get the education that
they offer and get out. You'll be tempted to stay because
of all the hot AF girls. Don't do it... You want to be a
game warden. The training as an SP will give you a leg up.
Plus you will have a TS clearance that will put you ahead
of other candidates. Plus the government paid for that
think you might have to do six years, but that is six
years of getting trained and educated that other college
suckers won't have. Don't re-enlist. Get in and get out.
Be focused on your goal.
fuck up like I did and join the army... So many ugly girls
in the army. Marines have the fittest looking girls, AF
second, Navy third, Army dead last. AF might have the best
girls based on having to score higher on the ASVB. Still,
they girls and are dumb and ruled by their biological
imperative to get the best baby juice in them.
trying to help you select a girl that is on the right side
of the bell curve.
High, that's what I'm trying to say.
[–] Lurker22 0 points (+0|-0) 13 hours ago
only heard good things about the AirForce
[–] tippyc 2 points (+2|-0) 12 hours ago
must not talk to many army guys.
[–] 1Sorry_SOB 4 points (+4|-0) 18 hours ago
just went to Sears yesterday. Most of the people were
Mexican. I just wanted to ask, 'What are you all doing
here? Don't they have Sears in Mexico? Wouldn't you prefer
to live around your own people?" I know I would.
[–] tendiesonfloor 5 points (+5|-0) 17 hours ago
you prefer to live around your own people?
you prefer to live around your own people?
sure Mexicans outnumber whites in California.
[–] eongoat 1 points (+1|-0) 16 hours ago
the 2 counties (Yolo and Davis) he mentioned no, but
[–] WhiteRonin 0 points (+1|-1) 14 hours ago
sure California was Mexican at one time.
[–] 4775795f4d616e 2 points (+2|-0) 16 hours ago
looks like you've answered your own question. You have
plenty of reason to stay in California.
[–] spherical_cube 2 points (+3|-1) 17 hours ago
say as long as you don't have to go into debt, and it's
close by your 'rents, it's OK to go to school there. You
will have to start making decisions after you graduate
though, about where you ultimately want to live and work.
[–] Cheesebooger 1 points (+1|-0) 16 hours ago
stay and fight for your home. all of those imposters are
the ones who must leave. Make them leave.
[–] KatHarzso 1 points (+1|-0) 17 hours ago
it is your life and your choice - but consider staying.
California is an incredibly beautiful and worthy state
especially with your career as a game warden. I have hope
the way things are in this state won't last.
[–] Biscuitbaiter 1 points (+2|-1) 17 hours ago
feel like not everyone who is infected with a deadly
disease realizes it until they often infect others and
it's already been spread around. I would suggest to you
that you are probably infected at some degree and it would
be best if you didn't travel outside of your state just to
ensure it doesn't spread to the rest of us. Plus, with
succession just around the corner, they are going to need
What do you mean?
[–] Biscuitbaiter 1 points (+1|-0) 17 hours ago
[–] NeoGoat 0 points (+0|-0) 3 hours ago
study homo shitlibus.
[–] BillyBobBoJangles 0 points (+0|-0) 3 hours ago (edited 3 hours ago)
food, martial arts, wildlife, and a good college are
important to you then I would recommend visiting
Louisiana. Also the women here are ridiculously hot.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 2 hours ago
[–] Dr_Shekel_Nigger 0 points (+0|-0) 4 hours ago (edited 4 hours ago)
don't have any advice to give you, about staying in Cali
or leaving. That should really be your own path and
will say that I'm glad that you didn't follow the pack and
the trap set by the Democratic political party for black
people in America. If I were to give one piece of advice,
I might advice you to learn Chinese and Spanish, as these
are the #1 and #2 most spoken languages in the world. Oh,
and I might add that you shouldn't put too much time or
money into school...unless it's something you truly love.
So either get a certification or small degree that's
required for a trade or law enforcement or something like
that, or go all out after something you truly love. But
don't spend time or money in school for something that's
not your passion, for someone else's passion, or merely
for an expectation of a certain level of income in the
[–] Anonymoushumanbeing 0 points (+0|-0) 6 hours ago
would say it really depends on what your financial
situation is especially going into college. I’ve lived in
CA(Sf Bay Area) my entire life and have never considered
leaving until the last few years. Ive been fortunate
enough and blessed to make my way without a college degree
of any kind, I spent less than an year total at a
community college, and somehow I’ve still managed to save
enough to buy a home with a million dollar view (literally
I paid just over 1mil) I would say that the community
college experience I had was terrible and can’t recommend
it to anyone. Most of my friends that stuck it out ended
up going out of state when they transferred, save one or
two who got into Berkeley. But even then unless you’re
pursuing a highly specialized degree I can’t say I would
recommend any universities. But again I have always been a
self taught autist who gave up a 6 figure salary to become
a finish carpenter/contractor. I have thought about
renting the space not already occupied by tenants at my
house, and moving somewhere there is less people(and
craziness) and just collecting rent checks for 5x what my
mortgage is. And depending on what legislative changes
jerry brown and his cult make in the next year or so I may
do just that. I once looked into DFG and have friends who
are wardens. They tell me most of their hires come as
lateral transfers (military background) not to say they
wouldn’t want you just not the top of their hiring pool
currently. Same goes for if you wanted to join a PD I have
a friend who had his aa and ba in crim justice and ended
up doing 4 years in USAF first because they prioritize
lateral transfers. Also you have to realize how much it
really costs to live in this state. It’s getting more
expensive by the day. For just 1 floor of my house
(1br+1bth+kit) I charge $4250/month. If you have parents
that you can stay with and will help you out with school
then I would say give things a shot in CA. If not and your
on your own minus some help from grants or w.e I would say
gtfo of here and don’t set yourself up for failure. Make
some money and establish yourself where your able to and
then once you have the means move back here. Don’t take
what I said too seriously my situation is not typical by
any means. Whatever you decide, I wish you luck and
happiness in all your endeavors. God bless
[–] ichlibejuice 0 points (+0|-0) 9 hours ago
You pretty much get free college as a CA resident. Quit
your bitching and fucking grow a pair, you fucking
[–] wincest1 0 points (+0|-0) 9 hours ago
wetbacks are most plentiful in california,good for job
[–] Thegreatestname 0 points (+0|-0) 11 hours ago
have some very cushy pensions for government jobs. 20
years and you can retire. Assuming they haven't gone
bankrupt by then. The mountains are wonderful and northern
part has some of the best forests I've ever seen. Neat
areas like pismo beach and the Rubicon trail.
the other hand you have a tyrannical government elected by
people with heads so far up there ass they can look out
their own mouth.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 11 hours ago
you referring to Florida or Cali?
[–] FritzTheKat 0 points (+0|-0) 12 hours ago
Cayce said CA is going to fall in the ocean..then there is
that Fukushima thingy
[–] syntaxaxe 0 points (+0|-0) 13 hours ago (edited 13 hours ago)
can't make this decision for you, but I can offer some
points to consider.
college, in my experience, has a bookstore with
textbooks and comics and supplies and snacks.
major college, and most decent community colleges,
have a gym and athletic gymnasium.
University has martial arts clubs and offer martial
arts classes, as well as a lot of community colleges.
Even for those that don't, every college in a major
city will have plenty of martial arts classes offered
state needs game wardens, and will have department
offices likely near some major university.
you are listing as the benefits of staying in California
are not unique to California, or even particularly rare.
some other things that make California special -
and earthquakes, decriminalizing AIDS, recognizing non
binary as a gender, as well as the high cost of living
and earthquakes, decriminalizing AIDS, recognizing non
binary as a gender, as well as the high cost of living
is on the verge of becoming the nation that the Weimar
Republic would have been if it were populated by Mexicans.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 12 hours ago
I may have family here, but I'll call and visit. The
rent in the college apartments across from CCF is pretty
cheap compared to state prices and especially
California. Within Ocala, there's a Taekwondo(my
original art) class in a gym that offers several
different styles and a non profit Judo club on
Wednesdays in the same town:) Got any tips for me in
regards to saving money and preparing to leave the nest?
the things I put in OP were just if I were to remain in
my current area not Cali in general. Still great though.
[–] syntaxaxe 0 points (+0|-0) 11 hours ago (edited 11 hours ago)
any tips for me in regards to saving money and
preparing to leave the nest?
any tips for me in regards to saving money and
preparing to leave the nest?
any of this helps, here are the financial lessons I
wish I knew when I was a teenager.
a budget. Whatever money you make, decide how much
you can reasonably spend on luxury and fun, then
be strict about staying within those bounds. If
you can easily stay in your budget, tighten it a
little bit and see if you can still make it work.
your addictions, if you have any. Cigarettes,
weed, and video games were mine. Enjoyable in the
moment, if you keep track of how much you're
spending on them, you'll realize that you spent
way more on them then they were worth.
are jobs that young people can get without much
work experience that can bring in a decent amount
of money. Waiting tables in a nice restaurant (or
any restaurant in a busy/touristy area of a city)
can be better money than people expect, and
usually provides flexible hours that work well
with schooling. On Friday and Saturday nights, I
was making $20/hr in tips, and that was years ago.
It can be way harder work than people expect, but
it's a good way to put cash in your pocket when
you don't have a profession.
keep all you money in a checking account, where it
is easy to spend. Put some in a savings account
every payday, and don't think about it unless you
absolutely need it for something important.
as much responsibility and self-discipline now in
any way you can - not just financial. A lot of
kids get out on their own and find that, without
the watchful eyes of someone who is responsible
for you, you turn out to be a different person
than you think you are. I spent way too much money
at the bars and chasing women in my college days,
mostly because I didn't have enough practice in
developing responsibility, and it was easy to go
credit card is a great way to build credit, but
I've seen it put people into insane debt when they
weren't capable of controlling their impulses.
There was a time in my younger days where everyone I
knew in my personal life that had a credit card
was in crushing debt, with nothing but a bunch of
worthless crap and memories of dining out to show
for it. I recommend, if you find yourself wanting
to use a credit card for something like building
credit, applying with your bank for a (I forget
what this type of card is called) credit card
where you start with a down payment that covers
your credit limit, so you can't go over. Use this
one until you have shown yourself you can
consistently stay within your budget, before
actually getting a real credit line. Pay your full
balance every month by the due date, so you never
get charged interest.
women doesn't have to be expensive. The expensive
looking girls are always expensive, and are rarely
worth it. You can become more physically
attractive by working out and dressing like an
adult than by buying brand-name trendy clothes.
Stop watching so much TV, because the advertising
is designed to screw with your perception of what
you need in the world to be happy and well-liked,
especially by the opposite sex. Get in shape, have
some hobbies to talk about, spend time with people
you genuinely enjoy, stop trying to impress people
and develop a self that is genuinely impressive,
and you won't have any problems with girls.
to cook some basic, quick, delicious meals.
Cooking can be far cheaper than eating out or
buying everything pre-processed, even relative to
fast food and frozen pizza. It doesn't have to
take much time either.
people out and build loyal relationships. You
never know when you're going to hit a rough patch,
and having a network of people who are willing to
support you (financially or otherwise) is
supremely useful. Just don't abuse their help, or
it will dry up quickly. Put as much effort in as
you expect to get out of it, within your
you end up, don't bother looking for apartments in
the trendy parts of town. Even if you can find
cheap rent (which is less likely), everything is
more expensive. It will seem exciting and cool at
first, but it will just get normal after a short
time. And you can still have fun in the trendy
parts of town if that's your thing, you just have
a slightly longer drive home afterwards.
asked my wife advice she found useful when young,
and she'd add on - don't hang out/socialize in
places like the mall, where you're likely to buy
stuff you wouldn't feel like you want otherwise.
all I can think of off the top of my head. I hope some
of it helps. Good luck, man.
[–] zoeozbird 0 points (+0|-0) 13 hours ago
in Northern California is very different from LA.
[–] SocksOnCats 0 points (+0|-0) 13 hours ago
and raised in California here. In short, the answer is
money. Use California to your benefit. If you’re good at
what you do, grow your career here and make a bunch of
money. Then bail.
[–] cmor88 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago
I recall correctly, this is not the first time you've made
a topic about leaving that shit hole.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago
[–] Sw0rdofDamocles 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago (edited 14 hours ago)
your parents to immediately get you copies of Aaron
Black Man's Guide Out of Poverty: For Black Men Who
Demand Better and his other book Worthless:
The Young Person's Indispensable Guide to Choosing the
Right Major as soon as possible.
If your one of those kids in a single female headed
household where your mom's pissing away the household
funds, then see if either books are listed on "avax home".
Just copy/paste what's between the quotes in a non-google
search engine to find avax.
no where to run where things will be dramatically better,
regardless of your skin color. However, I will say this
much, your decision to attend a community college may save
you tens of thousands of dollars in college expenses AND
yield great returns IF you choose the right major. It's a
good idea you've shared, which leads into the bad news.
You may want to pursue a major that will be in demand by
the time you complete your associates and for the past two
decades that has been the skilled trades. If SCC has an
option for automotive maintenance and repair, seriously
consider taking it. You'll have a trade skill that's
valued all over the country minimizing your experiences
with unemployment, the associates you need to get past the
human resources filter for testing eligibility for entry
level government jobs, and the knowledge that while your
classmates are still seeking work, you're at least able to
independently contract as well if you've got the tools to
do the job.
forget, college isn't about extending the high school
experience another four years. It's about preparing
yourself for the labor market. The paths you're pointing
out limit you to law enforcement and related government
agencies. There is insane competition for those jobs and
usually people who are closely related to those in the
loop of awareness are best prepared for the hurdles of
entry and success. Also, be aware, there are twenty states
that are proceeding to revoke or threaten the licenses of
drivers who've defaulted on their student loans.
California is one of them. Black Americans have
historically been known for having difficulty in
maintaining their living situations even before the advent
of the welfare state. I'm confident that if you follow
through, you can do better than a government job.
luck, happy holidays, and god bless.
[–] thebearfromstartrack 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago
DEFINATELY. DIE there.
What IS it with parasites and their thinking about being a
BURDEN of everyone else?
[–] Alex_Jones 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
you are like the 3rd person I heard talking about being a
game warden. The other two where females.
to point them out?
[–] PaoHater 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
is past the threshold of saving. The demographics of the
state have changed so much in the past 30 years, that
changing it would be a strategical nightmare. The libshit
politicians push hard for immigrant rights so they can
protect their voter base, making them into a superpower at
the capitol. They give them drivers licenses, let them go
to college, and promote welfare programs that support
reasons to move out of California are quite glaring. The
following topics have been addressed, but I will
reiterate. Raised taxes on gas and car registration,
permitting the intentional tranmission of AIDS as a
nonfelonious offense, prosecuting employees at nursing
homes/housing institutions for not appropriately
addressing people by their preferred gender pronouns,
raised taxes on cigarettes if you smoke, raised rents on
apartments, restricted gun laws, sanctuary city policies,
sugar taxes (soda tax), requiring permits for EVERYTHING,
and finally an enhanced crime rate because of proposition
me tell you dude, I am a CNA. That stupid fucking law
about gender pronouns affects me at my job. Thank God we
don't have any tranny's where I work, because I guarantee
I would fuck that up at least once where I am currently
employed. But I want to tell you I found my solution.
recently applied in Carson City Nevada, and got 2 job
offers within a week. I already have a job waiting for me.
I am in the process of tranferring my license. The second
job I got offered is even better, and I am interviewing
for that position on Friday. It is a great opportunity
with good pay and quality benefits. Plus, the kicker is
that I will save money because rent is much cheaper in
Nevada. Throw in the fact that the crime rate is low, they
take care of the roads, and I'm 1 hour from California if
I ever need to visit, it is a golden deal.
have visited much of the United States, and it is a big,
beautiful land. There is so much more out there than in
this dump of a state. Ask yourself a few questions upon
making your decision. One, is it affordable to attend
college outside of the state? Two (which follows one), how
much debt are you willing to put yourself into? Three,
what is the availability of jobs you want to pursue in the
state you want to work in? And four, if you decides to
stay, is it affordable to live there when finished with
certainly don't have all the answers, but I have lived
here my whole life, and I despise what it has become.
Because your field is competitive here, think about
venturing out. I doubt that any decision you make is going
to be worse off than getting stuck here. Good luck my
gonna PM you but thanks alot for your answer:)
[–] PaoHater 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago
problem man. Take time to formulate your plan, stay
modest to protect yourself from that heavy debt. The
banks are salivating for those high interest student
[–] con77 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
youre a white male you WILL NEVER get a game Warden job.
[–] con77 0 points (+0|-0) 14 hours ago
wait. Youre a black guy? YOU may have a chance. A
white guy? No way. If you have to ask why youre not
really red pilled.
[–] MadJack 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
out while you can. The liberals have taken over and they
will destroy California. I plan to move as soon as I can
figure out if I should move to Colorado, or Oregon.
me your story bro
[–] lovedumplingx 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
[–] go1dfish 0 points (+0|-0) 16 hours ago
were on reddit posting to subredditcancer about getting
banned from protect and serve weren’t you?
suggest maybe find something to do with your life other
than enforce the mandates of the State though.
[–] redpilledblackguy [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 16 hours ago
[–] EvilSeagull 0 points (+0|-0) 15 hours ago
I was young I worked as a volunteer game warden for a
town. The fun part was working with animals, the shit
part was working with people. I was required to open
carry and confront people hunting and fishing to
ensure they were legal. Many of them were better armed
than I was. I felt like a real asshole going up to
people asking for their licenses and such. It's kind
of like getting stopped by a cop, no one likes it and
no one likes game wardens either. If you want to avoid
that part of the job find a different path that
doesn't involve law enforcement.
curious, always happy to see a redditor discover this
place given how heavily censored things have become
you mean why I suggest a different profession this is
a good start:
[–] Its_ok_to_be_white 0 points (+0|-0) 16 hours ago
weather is nice...
[–] SmokeCigarettes 0 points (+0|-0) 16 hours ago
you have the oppurtunity to leave then do it. I lived in
California for a few years when I was stationed there in
the Navy and the only thing I miss is the wonderful food
and easy women. In between deployments all I did was
party, eat good, and fuck chicks. Funnest time of my life.
I've been out of the Navy for years now and I live in deep
red republican territory so there's a lot less bullshit to
deal with compared to what people like you have to suffer
through. Whatever you chose, know that life is what you
make of it. You can be happy and successful in Cali, I'm
sure, but you've already been there for a while. Get out
and see the rest of the country or spend the rest of your
life wondering "what if?"
[–] kingbadger 0 points (+0|-0) 16 hours ago
until you can't. I lived out there for four years (early
2000s) when I was military (not terribly far from where
you are, Yuba Sutter area). I loved it for a time, but not
forever. It was great being out of the deep south (where I
was and am again). Now, at 37, I've finally figured out
that Wyoming is where it's at for me. You don't have to
decide today, but it's great that you're thinking about
what comes next.
[–] bagano1 0 points (+0|-0) 17 hours ago
[–] White-Supremacist 0 points (+0|-0) 17 hours ago
leave california, go to africa, I'll take you there.
[–] theoldones -1 points (+0|-1) 18 hours ago
better to leave and move to somewhere more accepting of
people who are different