Master Don Juan
- May 31, 2020
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Arizona was more special before 1980-1990, when there was less of a population. Arizona started to become overpopulated in the 1990s. Water security will be a major issue in Arizona in the future.AZ gets hyped up left and right and I legit do not see what is so special about that place. Legit every basic white chick is from there and overhyped to so many degrees.
The Grand Canyon, the red rock formations of Sedona, Saguaro National Park, and Organ Pipe National Monument are beautiful natural things in Arizona. Google them if you're so interested. None of those are in Phoenix Metro, but plenty of people who live in the Phoenix area have been to some, if not all, of those places. All of them are easy day trips from Phoenix if the weather is good.
Camelback Mountain is one of the prettiest things in Metro Phoenix. So are the mountains in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, such as North Mountain and Piestewa Peak. Papago Park is nice too. All of those areas are good outdoor areas for doing approaches during the October 15-April 15 period. From April 15 - October 15, it is generally too hot there to do approaches, unless you think you can get numbers and arrange dates at sunrise walks/hikes between 5:30 am - 6:30 am.
I don't think every basic White woman is from Arizona. "Good Looking Women, Bad Attitudes" is the best way to sum up a lot of the White women of Arizona. This is most applicable in nightlife venue game with the White women one will most commonly encounter in nightlife venues in Scottsdale and Tempe. Some venues in Phoenix itself are better than the Scottsdale and Tempe nightlife venues.
I agree that Phoenix and Tucson are a bit overhyped. The biggest problem in both of those cities is the job market. Employment opportunities are not impressive in Phoenix for a metro area of its size. There is not a good base of corporate employment in Metro Phoenix. Few top companies have their headquarters in Metro Phoenix, so a lot of the general business jobs are lackluster. If your job is in the medical industry, Phoenix has a decent employment base. The medical industry has always done quite well in Phoenix due to the fact that the area is a hub for retirees needing medical services.
NM is one of my favorite States. Beautiful scenery: desets, mountains. forest, grasslands rivers…Diverse culture. amazing food. great towns like Santa Fe, Taos, Las Cruces/Mesilla, Silver City…. Cool places like Acoma Pueblo., Taos Pueblo, Santiario de Chimayo. Great parks like White...