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15 Feb 2014, 2:17 am

equestriatola wrote:
I guess..... I'm still thinking of moving to L.A., regardless. I'm going to feel much more better once I move, whenever that does happen.

Can you afford to spend at least $1,500 a month for rent?


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15 Feb 2014, 3:26 am

^ Working on that.


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15 Feb 2014, 10:34 am

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If you start looking for another city to move to {only if you get second thoughts about moving to LA}, you can scratch Portland off of your list. Portland is not an Aspie-friendly city, though some areas of Portland are nice and quiet, perfect if you have sensory issues.

However, if you're so keen on moving to LA in the future, get in touch with Alex. He lives and works in the LA area.

I was actually considering the idea of moving to Portland one day. From what I've read about it, it sounds like it would be one of the most aspie-friendly cities out there. I'm curious as to why you dislike it?

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25 Mar 2014, 9:43 pm

Most of it is, yes. The denser areas tend not to be, as they're loud/busy as others have stated. The nice thing about LA is that if you venture a block or two off main thoroughfares its pretty quiet/residential.

Also I recommend looking into Long Beach. It's a suburb of LA but a major city in its own right (over 500,000 people inhabit it). It's a pretty all-encompassing city with everything you need really.