cboom wrote:Wilson is the worst QB I have seen as a Hawks fan. And I have been around long enough to see them all.
Galen96 wrote:It's still there, and we're still involved. Just decided that I need a new environment for a few years.
Galen96 wrote:Definitely. I just need out of this area... It's eating away at me. Some nice weather for a change would do me some good.
m0ng0 wrote:The problem for me was it dried me out so bad when I would visit the northwest I would leave with pneumonia or at least a bad cold.
As stupid as it sounds it is a dry heat
Zebulon Dak wrote:They got rattlers down there though, right? That might be enough to keep me away.
TriCHawk wrote:I was in PHX a couple years ago for my job. I liked it a lot, and I have some family there too. I wouldn't mind living there at all. Are you sure as a west sider you'll be able to handle the heat?
Galen96 wrote:Dude, Ian, it's different here... I enjoy being in the sun here... weird huh? The heat here in the summer is VERY dry for the most part... that kind of heat when you open up the oven and it blasts you in the face... I like it ;P I was there last weekend Tattooed! I met a whole group of people who just moved here all at the same time... we sat to the right of the bar at some tables in front of a TV. I was wearing a Sherman jersey... if you're there this sunday, come say hi! I highly doubt you'll run into rattlers in this urban sprawl Zeb! come check it out...
Galen96 wrote:Love this city! That is all.
Tattooedseahawk wrote:Very glad to see the 2nd Seahawks hangout here in Arizona down here in Chandler.
brow wrote:Tattooedseahawk wrote:Very glad to see the 2nd Seahawks hangout here in Arizona down here in Chandler.
Hi there, I will down in Chandler during Super Bowl, is there a bar in Chandler where Seahawk fans go?
I just went to both NFC playoffs games, it was incredible!!!!
RolandDeschain wrote:Check your shoes for scorpions before you put 'em on. Really.
I like Phoenix, though.
Tattooedseahawk wrote:ha ha, I literally did that during my first week or so after I moved here.
RolandDeschain wrote:Tattooedseahawk wrote:ha ha, I literally did that during my first week or so after I moved here.
A daughter of a friend of my mom's when we lived there nearly died from a scorpion bite from a scorpion hiding in a shoe, and they had lived there forever. Not something to take lightly, haha.
djTOY2000 wrote:wow, at first i thought this was a new thread, but then i realized it was posted over a year ago... needless to say, after deciding to hold out on the move to shore a few last few things up, i am moving down that way on Feb 3rd....
Evil_Shenanigans wrote:Last time I was in Phoenix was for a Nascar Race and lots of "partaking" about ten years ago! The area is awesome to visit, though I have no frame of reference as far as living in Phoenix proper. I lived in New Mexico near the Arizona border as a kid and at the time I simply loved playing in the desert. You could just take off walking in damn near any direction you please and see awesome stuff. Did a lot of Jackrabbit hunting out there. But I personally like to be able to see the mountains covered in Snow. I just had a meeting in Portland last week and driving back I could see Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helens, and Mt. Adams all clear as day. That practically never happens for me.
DHawk wrote:Yeah, its quite the sprawl. I'm now up in the northern part of Phoenix and dammit if I don't feel like everything is out of the way now.