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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

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    Yes, i agree happiness of our life is the top goal and then the non priorities materialistic things like women andaaa..... Women etc. I love my family, my car and my house more than women. Unknownsurviving you seem like a man with similar goals. Why don't we connect through social media
    Sure, man. Message me privately, through PM through the inbox, and we can connect. I have some social media and we can connect.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Yes, i agree happiness of our life is the top goal and then the non priorities materialistic things like women andaaa..... Women etc. I love my family, my car and my house more than women. Unknownsurviving you seem like a man with similar goals. Why don't we connect through social media
    Hey, I sent you a private message!

    Also, I do have several goals, that I want to work on, and complete. It's not limit to cars only. I have other ambitious goals. But yeah.

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    Thanks for the insight Mr. Frog

    Since i've removed my focus from women. I am more focused on cars, gym, money, big mansions, muscles etc. Everyday i think for different strategies to achieves them like a military general.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Thanks for the insight Mr. Frog

    Since i've removed my focus from women. I am more focused on cars, gym, money, big mansions, muscles etc. Everyday i think for different strategies to achieves them like a military general.
    Don't get a mansion Harish. They cost twice what their worth and are only good for showing off. Get a well-built house in a nice neighborhood and call it good. One with a garage big enough for your car and two or three hot rods. Or a four-wheel drive, if your still in Canada. Less money, less insurance, lower taxes and it and costs less to heat and cool. More money for hot rods.
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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Don't get a mansion Harish. They cost twice what their worth and are only good for showing off. Get a well-built house in a nice neighborhood and call it good. One with a garage big enough for your car and two or three hot rods. Or a four-wheel drive, if your still in Canada. Less money, less insurance, lower taxes and it and costs less to heat and cool. More money for hot rods.
    There's nothing wrong with having a Mansion. Please don't discourage him. If he wants to have one, he'll get one. America is the best country for all kinds of dreams.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    There's nothing wrong with having a Mansion. Please don't discourage him. If he wants to have one, he'll get one. America is the best country for all kinds of dreams.
    There are better ways to spend your money than wasting it on some Mc Mansion. How bought a house and a vacation cabin instead? Or for what your average mansion cost's, you could buy a farmhouse with a huge barn and enough acres to keep your closed neighbor a quarter mile away. I know which I'd rather have.

    Besides, Harish don't have his diploma yet, it'll be a while before he's buying anything.
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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Don't get a mansion Harish. They cost twice what their worth and are only good for showing off. Get a well-built house in a nice neighborhood and call it good. One with a garage big enough for your car and two or three hot rods. Or a four-wheel drive, if your still in Canada. Less money, less insurance, lower taxes and it and costs less to heat and cool. More money for hot rods.
    You're right. Buying flats in good areas and renting them out is way better than having a big no use mansion. I am not in canada but will try once i get out of this city i am currently stuck in ( NOIDA) in india. Beware you get scam calls, 80% of which trace back to this city, targets are 40+ people. Anyway back to the topic canada is my first Target and then the money making buisness and tell you what it's a lot easy if you're single.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    There's nothing wrong with having a Mansion. Please don't discourage him. If he wants to have one, he'll get one. America is the best country for all kinds of dreams.
    If i had the money, i would grab all the mansions my hands could reach for but i will take the example of my Canadian friend and his experience. For once in life everyone wants to live in the land of opportunity for some time thanks to Hollywood which promoted the western lifestyle. Now take example of this guy named Rajesh who is in canada, my only known source for Canadian lifestyle. He was a millionaire here in india. Huge agricultural land on rent, + houses in most costliest city of India on rent. You name it and he would simply get it. But funny thing is he went to canada as a student when he could've simply bought the citizenship from his rent income. just to experience the normal western lifestyle. he went there, was working as store clerk there for upto 3 years until he got tired and sold his all properties in india just to buy a house there. He transformed himself from a millionaire to a normal struggling man in canada just cause of movies promoting only the gist of the western culture, he even believed that aliens were living in somewhere in a military base in America. Damn, and he's gonna raid that spot one day. too much fantasy/ immaturity for an adult. I would watch my each step in proceeding to canada not believe in this guy's fool's paradise rather i would chase the dream, real dream like an adult so gotta watch steps.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

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    There's nothing wrong with having a Mansion. Please don't discourage him. If he wants to have one, he'll get one. America is the best country for all kinds of dreams.
    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    There are better ways to spend your money than wasting it on some Mc Mansion. How bought a house and a vacation cabin instead? Or for what your average mansion cost's, you could buy a farmhouse with a huge barn and enough acres to keep your closed neighbor a quarter mile away. I know which I'd rather have.

    Besides, Harish don't have his diploma yet, it'll be a while before he's buying anything.
    Agreed. Not even diploma in hand but still having mansions in my head.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Know where you want to go Harish? Canada's a big place. Most Canadians live within two or three hundred miles of the US border. There are people north of that, just not as many. Too few jobs and too much winter are probably the reason.

    Most of my Canadian time was spent in the forests and mountains of BC and Alberta. I do though, have a soft spot for the prairies, which I have crossed long ago. Though more settled than the mountains, on the plains your life is still strongly influenced by mother nature, and I like that.

    Vintage rockers The Guess Who had a tune called "Running back to Saskatoon." Saskatoon Saskatchewan, which they described as a sleepy college town where nothing ever happens. I wasn't there long and didn't learn much but will admit it's a nice place in the summer. Winters are no doubt hell on wheels. On my way out of town a college professor on an old limey motorcycle flagged me down and offered to put me up for the night. That was nice, things like that don't happen often.

    Most of Ontario looks too close to the Great Lakes to suite me, it probably snows twenty feet a year there. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba would still be cold and still have snow, but would likely be lot dryer than Ontario. When it comes to North American winters, dryer is better. Only exception is the West coast where it rains all the time but doesn't get that cold.
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    Know where you want to go Harish? Canada's a big place. Most Canadians live within two or three hundred miles of the US border. There are people north of that, just not as many. Too few jobs and too much winter are probably the reason.

    Most of my Canadian time was spent in the forests and mountains of BC and Alberta. I do though, have a soft spot for the prairies, which I have crossed long ago. Though more settled than the mountains, on the plains your life is still strongly influenced by mother nature, and I like that.

    Vintage rockers The Guess Who had a tune called "Running back to Saskatoon." Saskatoon Saskatchewan, which they described as a sleepy college town where nothing ever happens. I wasn't there long and didn't learn much but will admit it's a nice place in the summer. Winters are no doubt hell on wheels. On my way out of town a college professor on an old limey motorcycle flagged me down and offered to put me up for the night. That was nice, things like that don't happen often.

    Most of Ontario looks too close to the Great Lakes to suite me, it probably snows twenty feet a year there. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba would still be cold and still have snow, but would likely be lot dryer than Ontario. When it comes to North American winters, dryer is better. Only exception is the West coast where it rains all the time but doesn't get that cold.
    Thanks for sharing your good memories as well as the insight. One of my college classmate who had moved there is probably putting up in Winnipeg, the most crime ridden city of canada. Keeps sharing me his store robbery experiences and advices me to get admission in red river college. Says getting p.r in Winnipeg is a child's play. Where as my cousin lives in Vancouver. I haven't talked to him much about the place, but he says there is no crime issue in his area, i will ask about him further more once i pass this basic English test. Winnipeg guy could speak broken English, maximum for 15 minutes, my English is much better he says English test will be a peace of cake for me. I just hope I find a safe city after clear all the formalities here.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Pick Vancouver if you can Harish. Historically it's peaceful. Unless there's been big changes lately, you'll be safe. I have passed through there many times on my way to Vancouver Island and never had a problem. Except maybe getting lost. The city and its suburbs are big compared to what I'm used to. It's probably not big to you though.

    Vancouver is in the rain belt I was telling you about. In the winter it will rain a lot and it gets depressing. But you don't get anything for blizzards and sub-zero temps like are common on the plains. Summers are fantastic, especially September and sometimes into early October. There's no place better than southwest British Columbia in September. Cool mornings and drop-dead gorgeous afternoons.

    Victoria on south Vancouver Island is considered the best, being in the rain shadow of Washington's Olympic Mountains. But it's way beyond the price range of any student.
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    Pick Vancouver if you can Harish. Historically it's peaceful. Unless there's been big changes lately, you'll be safe. I have passed through there many times on my way to Vancouver Island and never had a problem. Except maybe getting lost. The city and its suburbs are big compared to what I'm used to. It's probably not big to you though.

    Vancouver is in the rain belt I was telling you about. In the winter it will rain a lot and it gets depressing. But you don't get anything for blizzards and sub-zero temps like are common on the plains. Summers are fantastic, especially September and sometimes into early October. There's no place better than southwest British Columbia in September. Cool mornings and drop-dead gorgeous afternoons.

    Victoria on south Vancouver Island is considered the best, being in the rain shadow of Washington's Olympic Mountains. But it's way beyond the price range of any student.
    Plus Vancouver is also arts hub. the field i can easily clear in university. This Canadian guy said red river college will be cheapest in canada cause it's in Winnipeg which is a red Indian's belt who commit robberies he said. So finding a cheap college as well as safe city is my priority on the list. Must enquire about Vancouver expenses more from my cousin.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Winnipeg and Vancouver are both cities. I can't say, but there's probably not much difference in living expenses. Both will be high. You said red river is cheaper and that has to be considered. Vancouver schools probably have students waiting in line, you're not likely to get any breaks there.

    If you pick Winnipeg over Vancouver winters will be twice as bad, maybe worse. But beyond that it might not matter. You'll be busy and time will pass swiftly. But once you get that diploma, and you still wanted to be a Canadian, then you belong in BC. If you could start out in the west, so much the better, but that might be harder to pull off.
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    Winnipeg and Vancouver are both cities. I can't say, but there's probably not much difference in living expenses. Both will be high. You said red river is cheaper and that has to be considered. Vancouver schools probably have students waiting in line, you're not likely to get any breaks there.

    If you pick Winnipeg over Vancouver winters will be twice as bad, maybe worse. But beyond that it might not matter. You'll be busy and time will pass swiftly. But once you get that diploma, and you still wanted to be a Canadian, then you belong in BC. If you could start out in the west, so much the better, but that might be harder to pull off.
    Harder to pull off is real. Winnipeg probably might not have that much of competition in comparison to Vancouver, cause crime rates scare the customers / students. That's what this Canadian guy told me.

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    Winnipeg and Vancouver are both cities. I can't say, but there's probably not much difference in living expenses. Both will be high. You said red river is cheaper and that has to be considered. Vancouver schools probably have students waiting in line, you're not likely to get any breaks there.

    If you pick Winnipeg over Vancouver winters will be twice as bad, maybe worse. But beyond that it might not matter. You'll be busy and time will pass swiftly. But once you get that diploma, and you still wanted to be a Canadian, then you belong in BC. If you could start out in the west, so much the better, but that might be harder to pull off.
    Hey man i have a question?
    This Canadian source of mine can't be trusted. He's a fraud kind of character. he has around 6-8 millions ( after converting to CAD) worth of property in india and he says still can't buy a property in any city of canada. He was quick to buy his own car there within 1 month of his arrival.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Hey man i have a question?
    This Canadian source of mine can't be trusted. He's a fraud kind of character. he has around 6-8 millions ( after converting to CAD) worth of property in india and he says still can't buy a property in any city of canada. He was quick to buy his own car there within 1 month of his arrival.

    That's what I'm saying. It's better to go to America. Because you have better properties and houses in America, where as in Canada, there's no apartments, and you can't get income from apartment rents. In America, we have apartments complexes and houses for income from rents.

    I don't have actual properties yet, but it's on one of my goals to do. Right now, I'm working this week and next week.

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    That's what I'm saying. It's better to go to America. Because you have better properties and houses in America, where as in Canada, there's no apartments, and you can't get income from apartment rents. In America, we have apartments complexes and houses for income from rents.

    I don't have actual properties yet, but it's on one of my goals to do. Right now, I'm working this week and next week.
    Ok. Seems reasonable. I will have to pass the test then I'll look for cheap universities in North America. But how much does an average 2 bedroom apartment coasts in any american city. Cause in future if i sell my whole property in india, i want to make sure I can buy a house in the land of opportunity.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Ok. Seems reasonable. I will have to pass the test then I'll look for cheap universities in North America. But how much does an average 2 bedroom apartment coasts in any american city. Cause in future if i sell my whole property in india, i want to make sure I can buy a house in the land of opportunity.
    In the Southern States of America, like Texas or Florida, (really any Southern states, has houses that are cheap, if you know where to look), there's cheap houses, if that's your first step, before you get a mansion. I would recommend having an apartment to live, first, before you get a house, as to get income first (work or if you have properties in India, and you sell it, generating millions of dollars or whatever money in your country's money and move to America, like Texas or Florida, or any other southern states, that works too.), in preparation for your first house.

    It's a suggestion, but if you know what you want, in America, GO FOR IT!

    I support your goals. By the way, PM me and we can talk about your goals. I think we have similar goals.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Hey man i have a question?
    This Canadian source of mine can't be trusted. He's a fraud kind of character. he has around 6-8 millions ( after converting to CAD) worth of property in india and he says still can't buy a property in any city of canada. He was quick to buy his own car there within 1 month of his arrival.
    Property in Ontario, (I suspect the rest of the country is the same) has risen heaps in the last 20yrs or so, compared to wages. The area I looked at was cottage country a few hours drive north of Toronto, property prices were +4x what they were 20 yrs ago, wages were only 2x or doubled in the last 20yrs. The price what people are selling their houses for in Toronto is driving up the price of property where I looked at. Most new development was larger grander homes. Even the small older "Starter" homes were 4x the price, because of land value. Demolish the starter house and build bigger, fancier. I can see where your "Canadian Source" may have problems finding housing that he can afford, if Winterpeg is like Toronto.

    It's not good to compare or convert from one country to the other, all forms of cost of living, wages, all taxes, prices have to be compared to make it fare, not just pick the eyes out.

    What has worked in the past in Canada and elsewhere for people immigrating from India. Bring money and buy business (Small shop, or fuel station with shop was a favourite). Bring family and live in the back of the business, family works for business, pool the money. Sometimes it was extended family also. Once money is saved up, buy a house, everyone moves into house. Save up for second house or second business. The more money pooled into increasing wealth, the better and faster it grows. The family appeared to work as one for a common goal. Less wages paid to locals is more pooled money for the family.

    Where ever you go there will be no short cuts, it's going to take lots of work and living cheap to get a start unless you are bringing heaps of money with you. As a first generation immigrant, you may experience some difficulties at times, you can't let these get you down.

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