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This article seems to think fat people arn`t happy.Arn`t fat people suppose to be
jolly?When I see people running they don`t seem happy.
What a crock, they show the obesity rate for all these places, I seriously doubt weight has too much to do with the happiness or misery index. Just another government gimmick or ploy to make anyone overweight feel as though they have no right to any kind of happiness.
Who did the survey, Mayor Bloomberg ?
Why would MSN include Charleston, WV. with a population slightly above 52,000 & Huntington, WV. with a population under 50,000 in this article? Huntington, WV. is a class 2 city and Charleston, WV. is just slightly over the 50,000 threshold to be classified as a class 1 city.
This article is misleading if they are going to include cities (towns) that don't have the population to be classified as a class 1 city.
I'm sure MSN didn't include the thousands of class 2 cities with fewer than 50,000 residents in this survey.
They forgot chicago they tax the most because they waste the most. They could have half the money in the world and still not have enough to make it a happy place to live...
I live in the Mile High city. That use to mean altitude, but I think now it means attitude.
Happy high people.
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