5 Reasons California Businesses Should Not Move to Texas

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2. Just take their word for it when they say "Don't Mess With Texas."

1. And most importantly, do you really want your disgruntled employees to carry guns?




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cwellslovell
cwellslovell

I moved from SF to West Texas a year ago and immediately found better paying work with an exceptional arts organization. I also found an incredible community of people who worked hard to push the envelope in their creative endeavors and civic engagement. While Texas may not be as ethnically diverse as California (it is predominantly Hispanic and Anglo) it is philosophically, politically, and socially diverse. This article is just snarky and reductive, which unfortunately most of SF has become since the Google/Apple/ Tech start up crowd took over. Its no longer a bastion for the super radical but for the super rich. So long, Golden State... I'll be in Texas. 

http://www.buzzfeed.com/summeranne/50-sure-signs-that-texas-is-actually-utopia

njudah
njudah topcommenter

Parts of Texas are quite nice but most of it is flat and boring. Also if you get in an accident you have no rights. And your kids are likely to get pregnant.

schwinndog
schwinndog

If youre from califonia movin to Texas ( watch out for Law enforcement) there not very friendly  , but neither is L.A.P.D.  theyll trump up charges on you in a second , save your ass and stay out of texas .. this all can happen in a few minuets on the hwy, speeding ! might even get a plce to stay for a night or two,   its called jail, fuck texas period

Sarah Beckley
Sarah Beckley

Um...Google and Apple already have offices in Austin, TX.

NorCal Crowe
NorCal Crowe

So basically ....there aren't any reasons to stay....hahahahahhaha bad when you couldnt come up with anything good...damn.

mrericsir
mrericsir topcommenter

@Sean Kerns There is one reason to stay: it's not Texas.

 If you need educated workers for your business, Texas would be the last place to move.

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