Should I Move Down To The City?

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by SamIchi, May 21, 2006.

  1. SamIchi macrumors 68030


    Aug 1, 2004
    I'm talkin about New York City. I finished my classes for this semester and was planning on takin' a summer class but I was just notified that it was cancelled due to low enrollment. I was really lookin forward to this class cause I don't really have anything to do this summer. I left my job partly because of it. I didn't really want to stay there anyways, so it's not a big deal.

    So now I got nothing, and I've been thinking of "moving" down to the city. My dad works down there and has a place I could stay at, and he comes home every other week, so I can come home with him if I want. I really want to experience the city but I don't know what I would do down there. I don't know anyone, and I've grown up in suburbia my whole life. I have a feeling that if I do go down there, I'll just be doing the same thing I'm doin here, which is nothing. I'm not exactly the most extroverted person in the world, but I do want to do something new. I know I can't stay here forever, and I don't want to.
  2. WildCowboy Administrator/Editor


    Staff Member

    Jan 20, 2005
    Go make sure the new Apple Store really is open 24/7... :D
  3. zap2 macrumors 604


    Mar 8, 2005
    Washington D.C
    Get a Jobs at the Apple Store, seems fun, or a CompUSA as the seem to have a nice Apple Part of the store, move to the city to do it.
  4. 2nyRiggz macrumors 603


    Aug 20, 2005
    Thank you Jah...I'm so Blessed
    Yea give it a try....but like you said u might end up staying inside.....hey hang with me i'll show u around...get u real drunk;)

  5. iSaint macrumors 603


    May 26, 2004
    South Mississippi y'all, near the water!
    I advise any young person who has the means to travel, and to live in a big/bigger city while they can. Go for it!

    And we want pics!
  6. SuperSnake2012 macrumors 6502a

    Oct 11, 2005
  7. njmac macrumors 68000


    Jan 6, 2004
    You have nothing to lose. Do it.

    NYC is crazy expensive and you have a place to stay! If you don't like it you can always go home but if you can't find something to do in NYC, you won't find anything to do anywhere.
  8. SamIchi thread starter macrumors 68030


    Aug 1, 2004
    Yea I saw that, crazy.

    I don't think finding something to do is the problem but finding new people to do it with.

    I think I might go through with this. I don't really have anything to lose. I just need to get myself a MacBook, and sell this ol' thing.
  9. njmac macrumors 68000


    Jan 6, 2004
    The very best way to do that is to sign up for a class if you have the money or get a job (apple store would be cool!) or anywhere that you can and you'll probably make friends that way.

    Where about in the city is your dad's apartment and do you have any skills for a job?
  10. tkidBOSTON macrumors 6502a


    Aug 14, 2005
    The Hub of the Universe
    I def think it sounds like a great opportunity. Something if you dont have anything to lose, you might end up regretting if you dont do it.
    And as far as meeting people, just put yourself out there when visiting the places you would anyway. You never know who you'll meet standing in line/ next to on the train/ sitting next to you at a bar/ etc/
  11. amateurmacfreak macrumors 6502a


    Sep 8, 2005
    Haha, yeah, I really want to make a genius bar appointment there for 3AM or something if I ever visit NYC... :D
  12. cycocelica macrumors 68000


    Apr 28, 2005
    Redmond, WA
    I would love to move to NYC. I would suggest doing it, get a job, anywhere really and make friends. There is so much to do in NYC that I find it hard that you will be bored all the time.
  13. SamIchi thread starter macrumors 68030


    Aug 1, 2004
    He lives in Chinatown but works in Staten Island. He probably could get me a job at the restaurant but I don't think I want to work there. I got an associates in Industrial Tech. Basically CAD stuff, I think it's time to update my resume.

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