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Im 18 and want to move to Santa Monica in a few months besides that ill be broke what else should i know?

from Seattle and I'm not broke yet i have a few grand saved up to move out but i know it will go fast, even after saving a couple more grand before i leave. i just want to get away from the depressing weather and everyone i know is hooked into drugs. Somewhere where the sun shines and many opportunities to meet new people. but no im not going for the whole hollywood scene

Asked By: Brooke - 9/9/2010
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what should you know???? seriously? that santa monica is one of the most expensive places to live in LA. So if you know you'll be broke relatively soon and want to save money to make it last, don't move to santa monica. If you just really want to be near the beach and near santa monica...then i'd say try looking at... More
Answered By: questionT - 9/10/2010
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What city are you leaving and why do you want to go. You better be prepared for a life altering experience, and not in the good way
Answered By: Digger - 9/9/2010
 
If you're in Los Angeles and broke, expect disaster!
Answered By: мᴀD Dσɢ - 9/9/2010
 
You want help? Real help? Here it is... More
Answered By: Obviousman - 9/9/2010
 
You might be shocked at how many days the fog (well, we call it marine layer, but it still keeps things gray) never lifts in Santa Monica in the course of the year. But in general the weather in greater LA is sunnier than where you are. Good luck with your move.
Answered By: wardrobebycj - 9/9/2010
 
sure come come come and enjoy PS bring your sunblock ;)
Answered By: West of Encino - 9/10/2010
 
ha ha!!! to santa monica to get away from drugs?? all santa monica is is bums laying on the ground and ten thousand stores selling pot. besides it's not so sunny in SM and winter's coming on where you will be plenty cold. hollywood is better, goodness.
Answered By: kateAlina - 9/13/2010
 
Get a boyfriend fast and move in with him. Then make his life bliss until you can find your own thing. Good Luck!
Answered By: JON M - 9/17/2010
 
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