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Politicians will be politicians. There is actually lots of exciting stuff though going on in Austin and lots of people moving to the city. Austin is a great place to live and work because Texas is one of the most business friendly, fiscally conservative states and Austin is the small sliver of the entire state with young open minded people and more liberal points of views. Add a top notch university, SXSW and lots of entertainment makes for a great place to launch a company.
10 months ago on Apple May Be Hiring in Texas, But It’s Not as Big a Deal as Rick Perry Thinks
You're a bad ass Sarah. When you launched the blog I thought it was kind of a longshot for it to succeed, but now it seems success (which you've experienced since day one) is inevitable.
I'm planning on launching a company soon to help bloggers monetize their content. It's an idea that's sort of been kicked around, but still hasn't been adopted. I'll send you an email shortly. Hopefully you have a few minutes to send a response with your thoughts.
10 months ago on Being a “Momtrepreneur” Is Hard. So Is Everything Else in the World. Let’s Move On.
I disagree with Farhad's point of view but "FYI" to call you a retard would be an insult to the mentally disabled. Try a more substantive conversation Pendejo!
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