"American voters increasingly split along religious lines"

R. A. Hettinga rah at shipwright.com
Tue Dec 16 08:00:39 PST 2003


At 1:37 PM +0000 12/16/03, Russell Turpin wrote:
>It sounds attractive, except for one thing: no
>coast. When I next move, it's going to be to
>someplace on the coast, warm enough that
>I don't have to haul the boat in the winter.

For the last couple of years I've been wondering if the Big Island (see
population density...) would be a decent place.

The rest of Hawaii, of course, is socialist, though they recently elected a
Republican governor from Maui.

With something like 5 of 7 global biomes on a single island, if you don't
like the weather, you can drive 10 miles, and it'll change. You got rich
dry people with no wind on one side and poor wet people with wind on the
other, and actual range with cattle and cowboys somewhere in the middle...

Anyone for a "free county" project? :-)

Cheers,
RAH

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