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And they most certainly don’t talk to you in an upbeat voice. No matter how cheerful or upbeat you talk to them, it’s just going to weird them out. And , they’ll tell you about how taxes are raping them, how much of an asshole their boss is, and that while things are actually pretty crappy, they’re still doing fine.
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Actually, I’ve been back for three weeks already and while I meant to write this post as soon as I got back, I just never got around to it. And that’s the biggest thing I’ve noticed, it’s easier to party here than it is in the Bay Area. It doesn’t help that California doesn’t even make the trip worth it. But then again, if you aren’t from the city, the last train back is at midnight. But people, even startup people, know how to talk about things other than work work. Unless you were practically born together, don’t expect to find any true friends across the pond. But Slovenians do still find it weird when you hug hello. The coffee shop culture, the way everyone here complains about the economy, how much better our roads are, how far away everything is in California, how unwilling to travel even short distances Slovenians are, but this post is long enough.
Perhaps an artefact of living on the Peninsula instead of up in the city, but when you need to take a train to the city for an hour, then spend another half hour getting to the party, it really takes the steam out of any plans. The only positive I could find is that usually you don’t have to spend all of next day in bed. Still, even just acquaintances and people you haven’t seen in a while, are just more … In the US, even after you talk to a person every day for months, they will never truly open up to you. I could go on and on about all the subtle and not so subtle differences between Ljubljana and Silicon Valley.