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A class mate of mine who is retired spends his winters in Arizona. He says it is not bad if you don't mind rattlesnakes or scorpions. I imagine Texas is about the same. That rules me out.

On 2/21/2014 12:21 PM, Joel Adair wrote:
Maybe the underlying hope is that good folks like you will come to the
friendly neighborhood MorphoTrust fingerprinting center in Texas, decide
you like it here, and take up permanent residence in the Lone Star State.
Despite this latest obnoxious aberration, Texas is a pretty good place to
live -- good economy, reasonable housing prices, relatively low cost of
living, good business climate.  You should come pay us a visit and stick
around a while.  We'd love to have you!  8>)

-- Joel
Dallas, TX

the structural alliance
Joel Adair, PE, LEED AP

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