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Moving to Georgia (Country)

 
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12/10/2012 03:47 AM
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Moving to Georgia (Country)
I'm 18 and I have been on more than 430 plane flights all over the world...never lived somewhere for more than 2 years. Consequently, I don't exactly have a national identity. No one can figure out what my accent is, though it is clear it is not American or British. My family is Romanian but I've never lived there. I no longer talk to my family, and could hardly speak their language in the first place. I currently live in the US but I hate it...it's so casual and flamboyant and superficial, aka Western.

I want a nationality!!! I don't want to explain the above paragraph to everyone who asks me where I'm from, and I don't want to say I'm Romanian and then be embarrassed when I can't speak the language very well. I want to choose a country, learn the language, and move there.

I have considered many countries, but ultimately decided that former British colonies are boring, Western Europe is too Western, Northern Europe is even cleaner and more orderly than western countries (scary thought), Eastern Europe is too fast becoming Westernized, Latin America is too tropical, Africa is too hot, the Middle East is a region I'm interested in but I'm female and not muslim, India is nice but too warm, and Asia is too polite.

That leaves Russia and the parts of Central Asia that are not Muslim.

Russia is kind of cliche. I'm really leaning towards Georgia. Such an interesting country that few people have heard of, and I even look Georgian. I have researched the culture and everything, but still don't fully know what to expect. But most people are born into a random country and then they grow to love it, unless it's the US and it kills people, and then they don't love it, but they still love their culture. I want to simulate that and just arrive in the country, after a year of studying the language.
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Do you think it's a good idea? Anybody been to Georgia or know people who have?
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12/10/2012 04:34 AM
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Well, Georgia is not a Free Country, You don't have gun rights, freedom of speech. You have Internet Censorship.
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12/10/2012 04:44 AM
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Re: Moving to Georgia (Country)
Antarctica.
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At the end of the day, the USA is the best place in world to live.

Deep down you know that to be true.
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12/10/2012 04:50 AM
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Are you Roma allowed the internet?
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12/10/2012 05:17 AM
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Re: Moving to Georgia (Country)
kind of has a nice location and some good mountains

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