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Is it better to live inland, or in the coast?
It really depends on where specifically you're referring to. Some areas of both are are more prone to extreme weather than others.
Love the beach. It’s wild to think there are people who have never been.
Coast minus the shitty people.
Only gonna find that where it will kill you if you actually go into said beach. So either jagged rocks or year around freezing waters.
Inland. I'd prefer to not risk getting hit by a giant fucking wave.
Depends if it's a hot country, cos then if you live on the coast you can go to the beach.
Or if you live in cold country since the oceans have moderating effect of you live on windward side,
I live near the coast. I like it because of the view over the water as well as just generally enjoying being near water. It gets pretty windy at times though especially since I live in a cold country.
Not an issue when you live on a small island.
I lived in the coast for almost 20 years. Waves were so loud, horrible weather almost every single day of the year and shitty people. Never going back there.
I like living on the coast of central Florida. Previously I lived on the central California coast, and I loved that. BUT with global warming, the coastal areas are prone to more flooding and of course, a large tsunami. So do you you feel lucky?
Your risk analysis skills need calibration, especially with actual floods happening in Florida on a regular basis.
Exactly my point! Thanks for confirming it.
Inland. But if you make good money and still want to live like a pauper, the coast is for you.
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