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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Feb 15, 2017.
I just wanna see him in the matching pants!
You look exactly like this dude I used to work with at Lee Johnson Chevrolet in Kirkland Washington. Really good technician. Corvette specialist. Guy by the name of Brian something or another..
Nope, not me. I took the pic. Dude in the sparkly jacket is Shawn. The jacket was a "gift" from Sergio and me.
Who doesn't? Last night while on the elliptical, I saw the one where she lets Johnny come stay at her place (while his place is being fumigated for lizards! LOL) Multiple scenes of her without the glasses, and one in "snug" jeans. Great episode!
I always say " for fashion tips that dazzle, who you gonna call? Bodia and Sergio!"
My Wife and I are looking to relocate to the Annapolis area (and working for PRS would be the ultimate bonus) but looking for an apartment to rent has been daunting. Are there any secrets to get an affordable ($700-900) apartment? All I'm seeing are $1200 and up.
You probably won't find anything in that price range in Annapolis, you may need to broaden your search to include the Eastern Shore.
I've searched surrounding areas as well and the average monthly rent for a 1 bed, 1 b
I've searched the entire surrounding area and there's no decent 1 bed, 1 bath apartments for rent for under $1200. I'm equally baffled how PRS is only willing to pay prospective employees $12 an hour considering the insane high cost of living! I imagine there's a high turnover rate at PRS because of this. Perhaps offering at least $15 an hour, with a dollar raise after 3 months would dramatically help in attracting and retaining quality, experienced people. $12 is completely unrealistic and frankly a bit insulting.
Thanks for your feedback
Have a look at Nashville too when you get the chance...
That is where I'm looking at the moment. It looks to be much more comparable to my current area in Pennsylvania.
It depends on where you look. Most areas of relative safety and convenience are about the same as Annapolis.
Feel free to shoot me a message if you need suggestions on areas. And as a side note, my fiancee is from PA too. Lancaster area.
Nashville is a little confusing to an outsider looking to relocate. There's bad sections all around the city center from what I've gathered. Brentwood area looks like the best bet. Where are you located and what's some decent places?
I'm hoping to have time to visit there in July. I think I'll have a better understanding of the layout once I drive around for awhile.
Annapolis and Nashville are two kinda different cultures, I mean Maryland and Tennessee can both get a little redneck-y but...why are you thinking about relocating?
My Wife grew up in Stevensville and after we visited I fell in love with Annapolis. Nashville is another option because I'd like to be around other like-minded musicians. Mainly the nice weather and live music are the main attraction.
Word! I have family and friends in both places and they are both places I’d love to relocate to myself.
Annapolis has gotten way expensive, my aunt and uncle live a couple blocks away from downtown, and while it’s a nice house, there’s no way I can fathom it at a million dollar crib now.... Government workers and the price of real estate have made rents skyrocket. I have an old gf that’s a government agent working at that house in D.C. that commutes from her two-bedroom in Annapolis and her rent is killing her.
I'm currently in redne
Yes, it's insanely expensive. A 1 bed apartment is twice the $ of what I'm paying for rent now for a 4 bedroom, 2 bath house with a nice yard. At least Nashville is affordable for the most part, especially in comparison with Annapolis.