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  1. nancy ulery
    nancy ulery says:

    Home steaded in Alaska in the early 80s. To my knowledge no cruise ship have been spotted on the Richardson highway. Why you say… Cause theres no freckin ocean!

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  2. Doug Feldman
    Doug Feldman says:

    This seems to be a robot-voiced video written by a Chinese person who has never been outside of China. Funniest quote: the temperature is "five hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit in the summer." Also "live" is pronounced two different ways, erroneously, within 15 seconds. And then "tax sales" instead of "sales tax." A fundamentally dishonest video!

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  3. Greg Larson
    Greg Larson says:

    Wrangell is not a cheap place to live. Gas and grocierys are very expensive. The weather is also not the best. It rains a lot and the only time the temperature usually gets above 60F is in the hottest summer months. It's also cloudy most of the time but does have good sunsets. There is not much to do on the island either. There are some good hiking trails and outdoor things you can do but other then that there is not much to do.

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  4. pjgumby
    pjgumby says:

    We already have an high unemployment rate, rents are outrageous, crime is at an all time high. Every time the snow melts in Spring all the dead bodies are revealed. I found out I was walking past a dead body for months. If there's a serial killer going around, law enforcement won't warn you, they just hope another dead body to show up so they can play Columbo. I've known three serial killers in my time just by living in Anchorage. A lot of criminals come up here to get lost, but they keep doing their deeds up here. It just gets worse over time. Yeah, come on up, add to the pile, be fresh meat.

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  5. pjgumby
    pjgumby says:

    I do and have always loved Wrangell. I shall consider living there when I retire, for young working people looking for stable employment, nawwww, better look elsewhere.

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  6. pjgumby
    pjgumby says:

    Alaska is NOT for any yayhoo coming from the lower 48. Stay in your own back yard, this land is harsh, and you're on your own. This land is deadly if you have no skills to cope with it.

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  7. pjgumby
    pjgumby says:

    Yes we witness many encounters with wildlife, we hit many moose with our cars. Yes the bears are exciting when they walk past and growl against our tent, and then in the Spring if you walk past a sea birds nest they'll dive bomb you. I've seen wolves in Anchorage on city streets. I've seen ravens be total snots and rip car bras and wiper blades from parked cars. I've seen wolf spiders that are more evil looking than any nightmare. But ok, come here, take your chances. If the wild life won't get you then the wild people will. I'm just saying this is a unique place, you will either love or hate it, there's seldom any between. Choose wisely. I recommend you don't even think about it, plus people are leaving in droves. The oil jobs have dried up.

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  8. perduk1
    perduk1 says:

    Agreeing with others that say this video is pure BS. For one thing Petersburg is a pretty much closed town. They treat outsiders welll during the day when conducting business but in the evenings they won't talk to you. Fairbanks is not where I want to spend my winters. I lived in Juneau for 15 years and loved it. If you have problems with depression or any kind of mental problem Alaska isn't for you. It is a land of extremes.

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  9. pjgumby
    pjgumby says:

    Yes Alaska is big, if you are a Medical Doctor , Nurse, Teacher, you can find work. How many Print shops, garages, Walmarts, McDonalds in any small island/communities? Not many, even in Anchorage it's slim pickings for jobs. It was the grace of God that I managed to even make a living by being a Printer. So come to Alaska if you truly like fishing on a boat and live in close quarters with smelly dudes, be 5 months away from your family, be a Trucker and have the same hours, get on the slope but pay someone big bucks for a job in oil. It's not low crime here, the money has dried up, people have gotten desperate. Please don't come here and get desperate, I've seen family's live in little motor homes through the Winter.

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  10. George Oppel
    George Oppel says:

    What appalling click-bait. The video combines cobbled together video clips and randomly assembled "facts" (some of which are inaccurate). It is profoundly uninformed and uninformative. Alaska's great. This video is junk from start to finish.

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  11. gary cerny
    gary cerny says:

    WOW with the exception of ancorage, fairbanks and valdez none of the others would have made my list. unless you want the remote style of living. I lived up there for several years. one of the place that should have been on the list is Homer.

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