Now THAT is somewhere I'd want to live.Wyoming is thinking about it
I've visited before. Super empty, wild, and open. The people there are cut from a different cloth. They are rugged and free. One time I was alone there and I was profoundly shocked by how few people and how little civilization there was around me. It was super eerie. I'm from a west coast city so it was something I had never experienced before, and it would definitely take some getting used to. However it was nice feeling that there were NO crowded liberal cities for HUNDREDS and hundreds of miles around me.
I'm sure Texas has its advantages since it's more populated and it's probably easier to find jobs, but I'd much rather move to Wyoming. It's so much more beautiful and doesn't have as much of a growing leftist influence as Texas, especially in cities like Austin.
Too bad Wyoming's sitting on the biggest volcano in the world, which is showing signs of being disturbed. I wouldn't be surprised if God decided to detonate the Yellowstone volcano in order to do a real great reset His own way, and wipe away the filth in our country.