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What do you think about NM (New Mexico) state?


NPosuniak 8 | 91
1 Jul 2009 #1
Is there anyone on this forum from NM?
Any comments about NM?
Any questions about NM?
beckski 12 | 1,617
1 Jul 2009 #2
Any comments about NM?

I'm not from New Mexico. However, I'm going to Carlsbad & Roswell this week. I can't wait to attend the UFO festival!
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
1 Jul 2009 #3
MODS/ADMIN: why change the name of my thread to something that is only a small portion of the subject?
A. I never asked about only polish people in NM on PF. I was interested in anyone.
B. If I only wanted people from NM to read my thread I wouldn't have asked if they had any questions or comments because obviously they would live here.

C. At least you didn't merge it with a totally irrelevant thread.

I'm not from New Mexico. However, I'm going to Carlsbad & Roswell this week. I can't wait to attend the UFO festival!

Well it's hot as usual down there right now! ugh.
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
1 Jul 2009 #4
The chances of someone who has no interest in Poland or Polish people reading this thread are slim. People come to PF to read, learn, chat about Poland or Polish related subjects. If you like, I can take "Polish" out the title and put the thread in the off-topic lounge. That way anyone can chat about anything in New Mexico. Otherwise, to remain in the public forum, it must have a Polish theme.

Thanks.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
2 Jul 2009 #5
What do you think about NM (New Mexico) state?

from my road trip

to Roswell

on the way to Roswell

Santa Fe

Santa Fe - lovely city
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
2 Jul 2009 #6
The chances of someone who has no interest in Poland or Polish people reading this thread are slim.

Understood. I should have posted in the off-topic lounge. Thanks for your help.
-Nick
Pinching Pete - | 558
2 Jul 2009 #7
New Mexico? If you've never been to the moon it just might be your 2nd prize.
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
2 Jul 2009 #8
That might be funny? I don't know. I'm guessing you are some habitual **********. I like your style, but you need to elaborate for me.
Pinching Pete - | 558
2 Jul 2009 #9
**********.

Guilty as charged. Well, I like forests. I'm from the Northeast and we're all snobs and dickheads. It was desolate to me, but that's just me. Pgtx liked it and she's a sweetheart so I would give her thoughts more importance.
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
2 Jul 2009 #10
It is filled with drunk, brain-dead indians and ****** mexicans. It doesn't have anything to offer to anyone who posesses standards or intelligence. Landscape is very nice, people suck.

P.S. I live in NM.
Pinching Pete - | 558
2 Jul 2009 #11
Well, travel around a little. There's a lot of drunk everybody. A lot of stupid; a lot of smart. It's all a damn dream anyway. :-D
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 Jul 2009 #12
I think it's about the same size as Poland, that's what I think.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
2 Jul 2009 #13
You should go to Santa Fe. There's some places to ski in winter that are cheaper than Colorado. It's mostly desert.
dcchris 8 | 432
2 Jul 2009 #14
if you go to santa fe than go to taos. cool sorta artsy type place in the mountains. In the south is Little Tonto National Park which is very nice. Silver City is cool especially the hotsprings...
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
2 Jul 2009 #15
I've only been thru NM without stopping long. Sounds like it has some nice places. It has a hot air balloon festival but I forget when it is.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
2 Jul 2009 #16
white-sands-new-mexico.com

White Sands NM.
Robert A 1 | 102
2 Jul 2009 #17
White Sands Testing Area . . . generally regarded as being responsible for the "Roswell Incident". Any "greys" here? ;)
pgtx 29 | 3,159
2 Jul 2009 #18
the "Roswell Incident". Any "greys" here? ;)

that's top secret... ;)
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
2 Jul 2009 #19
Those gypsum dunes are lovely in the sun. That would be a cool place to visit.
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
3 Jul 2009 #20
Well, travel around a little. There's a lot of drunk everybody. A lot of stupid; a lot of smart. It's all a damn dream anyway. :-D

I have traveled, that's why I have an accurate idea of what life is like in other places. I'm a lot of drunk too, but I can still get up and go to work the next day. And statistically NM the second-to-last dumbest state in the US. Crime rates are 1.5-2 times the national average in every category except arson....

Im just waiting for my girl to finish her masters degree so we can get the **** out of this state.

BTW. where are you living in the northeast?
pgtx 29 | 3,159
3 Jul 2009 #21
so we can get the **** out of this state.

where are you planning to move?
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
3 Jul 2009 #22
Most likely Mich. That is where all of my extended family is. Plus my girl and I really like the atmosphere, demographic, etc.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
3 Jul 2009 #23
Most likely Mich.

Michigan? really? what's your second choice?
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
3 Jul 2009 #24
Somewhere midwest, Illinois or Missouri would be a tie for second place.
Pinching Pete - | 558
3 Jul 2009 #25
here are you living in the northeast?

A little outside of Boston. It's okay, very expensive. Michigan is one of my favorite states too (if you avoid Detroit). Only problem is that unemployment is so bad there right now. I think they'll be okay eventually though. Very nice people there. Lots of Poles, Czechs.
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
3 Jul 2009 #26
A little outside of Boston.

Ahhh Boston area, I see. You guys aren't cool there unless you do the stereotypical boston matt-damon-from-the-departed.

My boss is from Agawam. He is an ******* and a dickhead. ha.

Mich will turn around in a few years, hopefully about when we are ready to move there. Houses are DIRT cheap there right now too.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
3 Jul 2009 #27
If you are going to visit New Mexico, you must stop by at White Sands National Monument. The only bad thing is they test nuclear missiles there.

White Sands is made up of large gypsum dunes that are hard like plaster of paris so you can climb them and walk on them. It's the largest pure gypsum dune field in the world.

There's a walking trail and a trail you can drive thru.
There's a White Sands Institute that offers courses in photography.
Animal species that have become white due to natural selection (lizards, spiders, mice, scorpions, toads) can be found throughout the dunes. It's definitely a must-see.
OP NPosuniak 8 | 91
5 Jul 2009 #28
white sands is pretty cool. Haven't been there in years but i always remember leaving with sand EVERYWHERE. In my hair, shoes, clothes, and body places (nothing gross).
Last Slowo
5 Jul 2009 #29
just becareful you don't get abducted by some green little men
translatoradela - | 19
15 Oct 2009 #30
NPosuniak
I used to live in northeastern Arizona not far from Gallup, NM.
It's a nice town.
It's populated by mostly
Navajo Indians.


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