There have been a lot of people from California who have been moving to Texas. A YouTuber Blake Messick feels Austin is the new Los Angeles and recreated the Hollywood sign earlier this year.

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It shouldn't come as a surprise that some Californians want out of California to come to Texas. The Lone Star State is a lovely place to live permanently especially if you're looking for affordable living.

Plus, Texas also has its own beaches you can enjoy as you would in California. Sure California has Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm but Texas has 14 of the best amusement parks in Texas.

Everyone knows how it costs an arm and a leg to live in the state of California. But recently a billboard in California is making headlines and has us Texans thinking they're talking smack.

What makes it even worse is the fact they involved the situation that happened in Uvalde, Texas. California has seen a decline in residents since most of them are moving to Texas.

But recently a billboard surfaced that is definitely as some would say spittin on Texas. The billboard is telling people in California why they shouldn't move to Texas.

You can see what people in California have to say about the sign on Fox 11 Los Angeles's YouTube video above. One of the guys interviewed feels maybe it is to promote anti-gun violence.

Whatever the case, this billboard surely has been having Californians and Texans wondering like a curious cat.

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