Originally Posted by accessndx
So Johnson & Johnson, Prudential Financial, Merck and Honeywell International are scamming in NJ? Good to know. LOL.
Since you're born in Oregon, I thought it'd be prudent to mention that it's rife enough with it's OWN scams sufficient for the Oregon State Treasurer and the Secretary of State to devote entire web pages to it:
Must be all the Nigerians living in Oregon.
BTW: Good job labeling entire sections of the globe and their residents as SCAMMERS. LOL.
I DID NOT SAY THAT ALL OF NJ was a scam, like the above poster said that EVERYTHING IN PHOENIX, AZ is a scam. I said that NJ is the home of supreme boiler plate ops, which in my experience it is (from my personal experience living in Brooklyn, NY). Read things in context here please.
There are plenty of scams to go around, and I NEVER SAID THAT OREGON WAS NOT FULL OF SCAMMERS. Oregon is in a dismal downward financial and political spiral, mainly due to underfunded retirements (PERS) and insane pet spending programs. And the LGBTQAA loving governor and mayor of Portland supporting protests and riots resulting in burning the town down. And you missed the entire raft of corruption in the city of Portland. I am privvy to some details of corruption in Portland happening on a grand scale, actually. It is pathetic. This information is not on the internet though. But it simply does not compare to other places, like Chicago and New Joisey, never mind the ultimate scam of scams, Wall Street.
Happy now? I will say again that I believe that New Jersey has a place at or near the top when it comes to global scamming, stealing, phish, con jobs, mob influence, political corruption (starting with the fat-ass governor), etc. etc. Been there, seen it in person. Oregon and Arizona simply pale in comparison. But the west is catching up fast with so many people moving here from the east coast. This state is nothing like it was when I was a kid, or even what it was 10 years ago.
But at least weed is legal here...