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Demi Bako




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i love music mostly rock and metal and i love animals im blonde medium length its naturally curly but i straighten it alot i HATE HATE H AAAAAATE fish and eggs GAHHH its YUKKY XD im christian ...ja?? im south african =) cheyyyaaaa thats all i have to say XD

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xxdemixx asked:

13 Feb 2009

Im gna move to america and ...

hey guys i was wondering how r the schools in america and wats the best place to live thers so many my parents arnt sure so ??? yea werz a cool place to live and any gud schoolz (i dont only mean in education i mean the ppl aswel) so if u have any info plz tell me :)



hooch says:

Posted on 13 Feb 2009

There will be nice and nasty people wherever you go. You just have to ask them how their education system is like. They will probably say that theirs is the best, but it's what apples best to you.


aylay says:

Posted on 13 Feb 2009

I've traveled to a few states, so I can give some insight, but note that it's all generalized. ;]

California is a lot more expensive, especially in the southern half. People TEND to be more materialistic. Arizona, where I live, is alright, but you'd better love the heat. In both California and Arizona (except for right on the beach), there are basically two seasons: hot (dry, not humid) and chilly, haha. Technically we have spring and autumn, too, but they last two weeks at most. :p It's almost always sunny here. In Arizona, The big city is Phoenix, where it's hottest and has the most people. Up in the city Flagstaff, though, there's snow and greenery, but less people. The people, as far as kindness goes, are across the board.

In Ohio and the midwest area, the land is much greener and the sun and rain are 50/50. I lived in Cincinnati, Ohio and loved it, but it has what some people consider too much crime (grafitti, the occassional gang outbreak, etc, but it's really not that bad). Mankato, Minnesota is gorgeous is you love lots of greenery and open spaces. But you should also like cold winters. The people are generally pretty nice; there's a nice homey feel to the city.

The west coast is gorgeous too, but obviously the closer you get to the ocean, the more expensive things become; but I don't think it's as bad as California.

Hope that helps a bit!

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