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The 20 "Most Miserable Cities" in America:

 

1. Cleveland

2. Stockton, Calif.

3. Memphis, Tenn.

4. Detroit

5. Flint, Mich.

6. Miami

7. St. Louis

8. Buffalo, N.Y.

9. Canton, Ohio

10. Chicago

11. Modesto, Calif.

12. Akron, Ohio

13. Kansas City

14. Rockford, Ill.

15. Toledo, Ohio

16. New York City

17. Sacramento, Calif.

18. Youngstown, Ohio

19. Gary, Ind.

20. Philadelphia

 

Forbes List

 

 

I see most of the cities from Ohio made the list. I happen to live near one of them, Toledo, and it is a miserable dump. Maybe it too can be donated to nuclear testing.....

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I see most of the cities from Ohio made the list. I happen to live near one of them, Toledo, and it is a miserable dump. Maybe it too can be donated to nuclear testing.....

I guess Vegas ain't so bad then....

 

Besides the actual 25 or 30% unemployment :unsure:

 

Surprised to see NYC on the list.

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Board not refreshing for me.

 

At work, the page will go blank suddenly and then refresh will work.

 

Just now at home I could not see anything on page 4 (starting at post 61) whether logged in or not. When I started typing this reply then I could read page 4 above.

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I see most of the cities from Ohio made the list. I happen to live near one of them, Toledo, and it is a miserable dump. Maybe it too can be donated to nuclear testing.....

 

Used to live in Lima in the late 70's, it was classic Rustbelt then, can't even image what it looks like now... Of course after all the corn, soybeans and hogs things were pretty simple.

 

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