What is it like living in california?

Im thinking of transferring to a school there. (Havent decided wich one) so whats life for a student like in California. 1. Hows Traffic, Will I need a car/motorcycle 2. How expensive is it 3. What are the women like, I live in NC (Not that many hot women) I saw a group of girls from California at a conference and they were the hottest women ive ever seen. 4. How easy is it to find part time work. 5. Hows Crime. 6. What would be a good school to go transfer to if I want a bachelors in accounting, and what would its tuition be for an outside state and room and board. 7. Are there alot of smokers.

Asked By: rg - 7/24/2007
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It's great I think, I've been in this state my whole life and love it. There is so much to do here all the time and the state has so many diverse climates and topography... More
Answered By: Sav - 7/24/2007
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California is a very long state. The climate and resources change much from one end to the other. I live in Central California...and Ive lived in Southern and Northern in the past. Central, so far, is the best. It really depends on where you want to live. There are small towns, big cities, small cities, rural... More
Answered By: jackie - 7/24/2007
1) Always a Traffic Jam somewhere... More
Answered By: Chino - 7/24/2007
I love it here! Not just the climate but it's very diverse, with lots of good food from all over the world, interesting places to go and see, stuff like that... More
Answered By: Mr. Knowitall - 7/24/2007
Traffic is worst in Hollywood to Santa Ana (Freeway 5) and freeway 101... More
Answered By: Edward K - 7/24/2007
California is big. Lifestyle is very different from place to place. The best public schools are the UC which includes UCLA, Cal, Davis, Santa Cruz, Merced ... . These are very different places. The State Universities cost less, and provide as much diversity in places... More
Answered By: Baccheus - 7/24/2007
A whole lot of this depends on which part of the state you live in, but I'll assume you're looking at either the San Francisco or Los Angeles areas, where the majority of the population lives... More
Answered By: Vangorn2000 - 7/24/2007
1 - Traffic on the freeways is bad. Likely much worse than No Carolina. San Diego (as far as major met areas go) is a bit less jammed than LA or Frisco, only becuase not that many big rigs on the interestates - SD is a cul-de-sac. You will need a car or motorcycle, and they will cost you more than in NC. Tough smog... More
Answered By: insharc - 7/24/2007
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