Isn't it funny how almost every one of those is in a socialist paradise state?
There isn't anything wrong with Cleveland, there are perfectly good roads around it so you don't have to drive into it. Aren't there?
And Detroit was once the king. Sad.See Ya
That's pretty sad... :-)
Hey Toledo only came in 15th! I haven't seen Cleveland proper in about 5 years, but I have seen the slums of Detroit. And I kinda find it hard to believe Cleveland is worse.
At least in Cleveland you can own a gun for protection. That right there moves it way below Chicago or NYC on the misery index for me. If I never see either one of those cities, I won't consider my life particularly missing on account of it.
When I was last in Cleveland, I engaged the toll booth attendant in a conversation about maybe accepting transponder toll payments, and she recoiled in horror, saying: that would cost us jobs, we can't do that!Nuff said, Sally.
A year ago Dayton was one of the top ten dying cities in the U.S., now we can't even get an honorable mention?
That's a tourist slogan if I ever heard one. "At least we're not Detroit!"
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