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Another "best/worse" city

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joe, Jul 25, 2014.

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  1. Joe

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    Wahington #3 happiest? I guess it's true then, meth is medicine for melancholy.
     
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    The reason why the Washington area is so high on the list is that the surrounding counties, both in MD and VA, are some of the richest in the US.
     
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    Houston #6 on happiest and Philadelphia #10 on unhappiest.

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    Who the hell came out with #10 .Hunterdon is mostly rural ,Somerset has some super wealthy areas along with some dumps ,but Middlesex? Really ? I guess people who live near highways,trucking warehouses,malls and oil depots are happy. Not really a defined city to begin with.
     
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    I'm so happy I left the NYC area. It was a good idea to relocate to the Pac NW.
     
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