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Not good for Ohio, The Midwest and basically anyone north. Something to think about as reasons shy the rest of the B1G is down. How can OSU/dUMb keep up with the warm weather states at this rate?
20. Youngstown, OH
19. Gary, Ind.
18. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
15. Atlantic City, N.J.
13. Camden, N.J.
12. St. Louis
11. Toledo, Ohio
10. New York
9. Lake County, Ill.
8. Stockton, Calif.
7. Warren, Mich.
6. Vallejo, Calif.
5. Modesto, Calif.
3. Rockford, Ill.
2. Flint, Mich.
Forbes considers economic factors, crime rates and even weather in putting together its annual list of miserable cities.
This post was edited by DaveInNerk 13 months ago
Not good for Ohio?? Looks to me Mi$#igan has an SEC-like dominance in this top ten of misery.
Notice the cities in Ohio closest to Tsun are the most miserable.
This post was edited by TresselFan 13 months ago
"Dorsey...under pressure...throws iiiiiit. Incomplete. The Buckeyes win!" - Keith Jackson
I did'nt but thanks for pointing out that dump is now starting to ruin my native land. Thats just F'n awesome.
Keep up? I think we are doing just fine.......
Recruits choose schools to go win championships and ones that give them the best opportunity to succeed and go to the next level. It doesn't matter where you are located.
Chicago as the fourth most miserable city?? What was the guy that did this list smoking. Don't let anyone fool you there are plenty of miserable cities in the south too. Only one city in the south is just plain bias.
This post was edited by NEOhio77 13 months ago
On behalf of myself and the YO as a whole... suck it, Flint, Mi.
The list was done by Weather.com. Was this based upon weather? If not, how does Chicago come in at #4?
if this was based soley on weather we would see towns like Erie, Pennsylvania and International Falls, Minnesota. It's gotta be based on proximity to ann arbor. Shoot Detroit is #1 on the list. Toledo #11 and I live in Toledo and I'm miserable as Hell livin' this close to the SHUN.
north till ya smell it, west till ya step in it.
NY and Chicago in the top 10?
Seriously, who doesn't have fun in those cities? Love it both places.
If you read the article, they list the criteria. Considering it's weather, crime and other listed factors, Chicago's about where it should be.
These Forbes "lists" are some of the dumbest things Ive ever seen. I think they rearrange the cities and change the title for a new "list" every month. Id say suicide rates should be THE #1 criteria. Usually misery and suicide go hand in hand but yet Im not seeing any consistency. Forbes is a shell of what it used to be if its relying on this kind of crap.
This post was edited by 95buckeye 13 months ago
Weird I don't see any Florida cities on this list yet I can't think of a worse place to be in mid-july than that swampy humid hellhole.
I guess this list is assuming by default that everyone hates snow? Ridiculous. Some people actually enjoy chilly weather.
SoCal where it's warm all the time is good. But Florida when it's 100 degrees with 100% humiditity in the summer I would pass on all day.
This post was edited by shoeview 13 months ago
.... I live 5 miles out of Rockford......
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Do you mean sinkhole? Holy Hell, what a way to go, 30 ft sinkhole while sleeping. Hurricanes, snakes, crocodiles? No thanks, it gets sunny here in Ohio too.
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