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QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
that's a great take on your state, Eeyore. I was more thinking about all of the tourist industry that has to bring in big bucks. Between the beaches and amusement parks and the number of months that people can go there, it just seems that it would contribute more to the GDP per capita than Wyoming.
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:00 pm
QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
that's a great take on your state, Eeyore. I was more thinking about all of the tourist industry that has to bring in big bucks. Between the beaches and amusement parks and the number of months that people can go there, it just seems that it would contribute more to the GDP per capita than Wyoming.
Does Florida actually make anything? Or is it just a tourism and retirement state?
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Reservoir Dog wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:09 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:00 pm
QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
that's a great take on your state, Eeyore. I was more thinking about all of the tourist industry that has to bring in big bucks. Between the beaches and amusement parks and the number of months that people can go there, it just seems that it would contribute more to the GDP per capita than Wyoming.
Does Florida actually make anything? Or is it just a tourism and retirement state?
top 10 exports in 2020:

Aircraft including engines, parts: US$4.9 billion (10.7% of Florida’s total exports)
Cell phones: $2.3 billion (4.9%)
Integrated circuits (processors/controllers): $1.1 billion (2.4%)
Small portable digital computers: $938 million (2%)
Modems, similar reception/transmission devices: $882 million (1.9%)
Mineral or chemical fertilizers: $628 million (1.4%)
Gold (unwrought): $617 million (1.3%)
Gas turbine parts: $552 million (1.2%)
Medical/surgical/dental/veterinarian instruments: $519 million (1.1%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthophosphate: $517 million (1.1%)
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compare that to Wyomings top 10 exports in 2020:

Disodium carbonate: US$817 million (70.1% of Wyoming’s total exports)
Rare gases: $40 million (3.4%)
Bentonite: $29 million (2.5%)
Derricks/cranes parts, attachments: $24 million (2%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthoposphate: $20 million (1.7%)
Vehicle bodies for road tractors, vans including cabs: $18 million (1.5%)
Boring/sinking machine miscellaneous parts: $13 million (1.1%)
Sodium hydrogencarbonate, sodium bicarbonate: $10 million (0.9%)
Liquified propane: $10 million (0.8%)
Miscellaneous petroleum oils: $10 million (0.8%)

A $29 million business is #3 on their list?

Population Wyoming 578,759.
Population Florida 21,480,000.

Florida is 37 times bigger in people. So a $29 million business in Wyoming would have to be a $1 billion business in Florida.
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:20 pm compare that to Wyomings top 10 exports in 2020:

Disodium carbonate: US$817 million (70.1% of Wyoming’s total exports)
Rare gases: $40 million (3.4%)
Bentonite: $29 million (2.5%)
Derricks/cranes parts, attachments: $24 million (2%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthoposphate: $20 million (1.7%)
Vehicle bodies for road tractors, vans including cabs: $18 million (1.5%)
Boring/sinking machine miscellaneous parts: $13 million (1.1%)
Sodium hydrogencarbonate, sodium bicarbonate: $10 million (0.9%)
Liquified propane: $10 million (0.8%)
Miscellaneous petroleum oils: $10 million (0.8%)

A $29 million business is #3 on their list?

Population Wyoming 578,759.
Population Florida 21,480,000.

Florida is 37 times bigger in people. So a $29 million business in Wyoming would have to be a $1 billion business in Florida.
I think you are missing the "per capita" part.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:31 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:20 pm compare that to Wyomings top 10 exports in 2020:

Disodium carbonate: US$817 million (70.1% of Wyoming’s total exports)
Rare gases: $40 million (3.4%)
Bentonite: $29 million (2.5%)
Derricks/cranes parts, attachments: $24 million (2%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthoposphate: $20 million (1.7%)
Vehicle bodies for road tractors, vans including cabs: $18 million (1.5%)
Boring/sinking machine miscellaneous parts: $13 million (1.1%)
Sodium hydrogencarbonate, sodium bicarbonate: $10 million (0.9%)
Liquified propane: $10 million (0.8%)
Miscellaneous petroleum oils: $10 million (0.8%)

A $29 million business is #3 on their list?

Population Wyoming 578,759.
Population Florida 21,480,000.

Florida is 37 times bigger in people. So a $29 million business in Wyoming would have to be a $1 billion business in Florida.
I think you are missing the "per capita" part.
explain that part to me.
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Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
gee, that's interesting. its almost as if you had seen it before.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
30.2 Billion ???
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:07 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
gee, that's interesting. its almost as if you had seen it before.
Too simplified because you were only talking exports. Take tourism- Florida-$115 Billion per year. Wyoming's is only $3 Billion. But if you factor in the 37X population differential, that would be $111 Billion
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Reservoir Dog wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:12 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
30.2 Billion ???
That's 70% of Wyoming's exports according to Animal's stats- way over representative for a State.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:13 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:07 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
gee, that's interesting. its almost as if you had seen it before.
Too simplified because you were only talking exports. Take tourism- Florida-$115 Billion per year. Wyoming's is only $3 Billion. But if you factor in the 37X population differential, that would be $111 Billion
yeah, i was talking exports because RD asked what they manufacture.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:14 pm
Reservoir Dog wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:12 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
30.2 Billion ???
That's 70% of Wyoming's exports according to Animal's stats- way over representative for a State.
that one product is the only reason Wyoming is even in this conversation. It would take about 9 average McDonald restaurants to break into their top 3 revenue exporters.
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:18 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:13 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 4:07 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:58 pm Well, Florida has 37X the population of Wyoming. Factoring that into each state's top 4 exports/
#1: Florida- $4.9 Billion/ Wyoming- $30.2 Billion
#2: Florida-$2.3 Billion/ Wyoming- $1.5 Billion
#3: Florida-$1.1 Billion/ Wyoming- $1 Billion
#4: Florida- $938 Million/ Wyoming- $888 Million
gee, that's interesting. its almost as if you had seen it before.
Too simplified because you were only talking exports. Take tourism- Florida-$115 Billion per year. Wyoming's is only $3 Billion. But if you factor in the 37X population differential, that would be $111 Billion
yeah, i was talking exports because RD asked what they manufacture.
Gotcha. We all know Florida is an economic powerhouse and Wyoming is anything but. I was trying to answer your question on why Wyoming was showing higher on Bluespruce's chart than Florida. It GDP "per capita".
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:31 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:20 pm compare that to Wyomings top 10 exports in 2020:

Disodium carbonate: US$817 million (70.1% of Wyoming’s total exports)
Rare gases: $40 million (3.4%)
Bentonite: $29 million (2.5%)
Derricks/cranes parts, attachments: $24 million (2%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthoposphate: $20 million (1.7%)
Vehicle bodies for road tractors, vans including cabs: $18 million (1.5%)
Boring/sinking machine miscellaneous parts: $13 million (1.1%)
Sodium hydrogencarbonate, sodium bicarbonate: $10 million (0.9%)
Liquified propane: $10 million (0.8%)
Miscellaneous petroleum oils: $10 million (0.8%)

A $29 million business is #3 on their list?

Population Wyoming 578,759.
Population Florida 21,480,000.

Florida is 37 times bigger in people. So a $29 million business in Wyoming would have to be a $1 billion business in Florida.

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I think you are missing the "per capita" part.
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QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
How do you manage to roll out of bed every morning? You sound miserable
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:17 pm
Reservoir Dog wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:09 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 3:00 pm
QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
that's a great take on your state, Eeyore. I was more thinking about all of the tourist industry that has to bring in big bucks. Between the beaches and amusement parks and the number of months that people can go there, it just seems that it would contribute more to the GDP per capita than Wyoming.
Does Florida actually make anything? Or is it just a tourism and retirement state?
top 10 exports in 2020:

Aircraft including engines, parts: US$4.9 billion (10.7% of Florida’s total exports)
Cell phones: $2.3 billion (4.9%)
Integrated circuits (processors/controllers): $1.1 billion (2.4%)
Small portable digital computers: $938 million (2%)
Modems, similar reception/transmission devices: $882 million (1.9%)
Mineral or chemical fertilizers: $628 million (1.4%)
Gold (unwrought): $617 million (1.3%)
Gas turbine parts: $552 million (1.2%)
Medical/surgical/dental/veterinarian instruments: $519 million (1.1%)
Ammonium dihydrogenorthophosphate: $517 million (1.1%)
I would have expected orange juice to be on that list
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Antknot wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 5:08 pm I would have expected orange juice to be on that list
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Biker wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 5:01 pm
QillerDaemon wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 2:06 pm Florida is at or near the bottom for a lot life and economic indicators.

The weather really is the reason most people move here, then they learn how shitty most jobs pay here and that they probably won't be able to afford a house. Or if they can, won't be able to afford the insurance and upkeep. How awful the roads and traffic are. How upside-down the cost of living here is. And how tragically lost our state congress is on how an average resident manages.

*Then* to learn how crappy the weather is, any way: a few nice weeks in early Spring, a few nice weeks in late Autumn, and hot and rainy or cold and rainy it is the rest of the year, not including hurricanes and tornadoes. Wonderful beaches? Well, if you can get access to them.
How do you manage to roll out of bed every morning? You sound miserable
I'm sure the noise of tourists buses headed toward Disney World every morning has something to do with it (managing to roll out of bed, I mean).
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Reservoir Dog wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 5:20 pm
Antknot wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 5:08 pm I would have expected orange juice to be on that list
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Read that Florida's orange industry has been hammered by a bacterial infection called citrus greening.
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Its per capita GDP.

In sheer numbers it looks like this
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... p-by-state

Here are the 10 states with the highest GDP:

California (3,120,386 million)
Texas (1,772,132 million)
New York (1,705,127 million)
Florida (1,111,614 million)
Illinois (875,671 million)
Pennsylvania (788,500 million)
Ohio (683,460 million)
Washington (632,013 million)
Georgia (627,667 million)
New Jersey (625,659 million)
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Bluespruce1964 wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 6:53 pm Its per capita GDP.

In sheer numbers it looks like this
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... p-by-state

Here are the 10 states with the highest GDP:

California (3,120,386 million)
Texas (1,772,132 million)
New York (1,705,127 million)
Florida (1,111,614 million)
Illinois (875,671 million)
Pennsylvania (788,500 million)
Ohio (683,460 million)
Washington (632,013 million)
Georgia (627,667 million)
New Jersey (625,659 million)
I'm sorry i was the only one to be surprised that Florida is ranked in the bottom when you use this crazy "per capita" science.
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 7:25 pm
Bluespruce1964 wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 6:53 pm Its per capita GDP.

In sheer numbers it looks like this
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... p-by-state

Here are the 10 states with the highest GDP:

California (3,120,386 million)
Texas (1,772,132 million)
New York (1,705,127 million)
Florida (1,111,614 million)
Illinois (875,671 million)
Pennsylvania (788,500 million)
Ohio (683,460 million)
Washington (632,013 million)
Georgia (627,667 million)
New Jersey (625,659 million)
I'm sorry i was the only one to be surprised that Florida is ranked in the bottom when you use this crazy "per capita" science.
In Florida they use GDP "per 8-Ball of Crack".
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Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 7:25 pm
Bluespruce1964 wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 6:53 pm Its per capita GDP.

In sheer numbers it looks like this
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... p-by-state

Here are the 10 states with the highest GDP:

California (3,120,386 million)
Texas (1,772,132 million)
New York (1,705,127 million)
Florida (1,111,614 million)
Illinois (875,671 million)
Pennsylvania (788,500 million)
Ohio (683,460 million)
Washington (632,013 million)
Georgia (627,667 million)
New Jersey (625,659 million)
I'm sorry i was the only one to be surprised that Florida is ranked in the bottom when you use this crazy "per capita" science.
Maybe, just for Florida, they need to do a separate per capita without the Cubans, Haitians and Puerto Ricans.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 7:51 pm
Animal wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 7:25 pm
Bluespruce1964 wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 6:53 pm Its per capita GDP.

In sheer numbers it looks like this
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... p-by-state

Here are the 10 states with the highest GDP:

California (3,120,386 million)
Texas (1,772,132 million)
New York (1,705,127 million)
Florida (1,111,614 million)
Illinois (875,671 million)
Pennsylvania (788,500 million)
Ohio (683,460 million)
Washington (632,013 million)
Georgia (627,667 million)
New Jersey (625,659 million)
I'm sorry i was the only one to be surprised that Florida is ranked in the bottom when you use this crazy "per capita" science.
Maybe, just for Florida, they need to do a separate per capita without the Cubans, Haitians and Puerto Ricans.
honestly, i think it certainly points out a problem.
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