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Monday, February 27, 2012

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The 50 States in Order of Happiness

Hawaii and North Dakota have come in first and second in the annual pursuit of American well-being (New York is 34, California 17, and Massachusetts 16, if you happen to live in one of the three states that send this site the most traffic). When asked for comment on what North Dakota's secret might be, noted expert Abe Sauer says, "I would say booze." The official drink of North Dakota, however, is milk. Its state fish is the Northern Pike.



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backstagebethy

Virginia's just lucky they did this survey before our politicians got super-wacky.

Dorothea

@backstagebethy or maybe we are just feeling extra happy because we somehow got them to take it back?!

tortietabbie

My state ranked a solid D, but the most happiest is only a C-. So.

Ophelia

I feel like they need to control for expectations. Like, I'd be miserable in Alaska, but I feel like everyone who's there is probably thinking, "Well, apart from the weather and the fact that my uncle got eaten by a bear, this place is pretty freakin' sweet."

Whereas at least half of New York is disgruntled because YET AGAIN they didn't get that Broadway role.

ETA: it would be interesting to see this list ranked next to income inequality and poverty rankings.

WaityKatie

@Ophelia New Yorkers are unhappy because everyone here is prettier, richer, and thinner than we are. No matter who are you are, it is this way! Also, real estate costs.

parallel-lines

@Ophelia Yes indeed. I just read something about NYC having rentals higher than ever because the buying market is so bad that those who would buy are flooding the rental market and the prices are going up. Not being able to afford to live is a pretty giant unhappy making thing.

I have SO FUCKING HAD IT with NY real estate. Like, even if I had the money I probably wouldn't buy here because of all the bullshit you have to deal with re: co op boards/taxes/monthly fees.

Ophelia

@parallel-lines Sometimes, just to feel bad about the fact that even an employed, 2-income couple is SOL in this market, I look at real estate listings in Brooklyn and drink lots of wine.

parallel-lines

@Ophelia The last time we were hunting for apartments, I was literally in my living room screaming at the top of my lungs in anger. Screaming. Two people with advanced degrees, one who works in finance, we'd be middle class anywhere else and we still can barely afford to live in Brooklyn. It's preposterous. I'm ready to decamp elsewhere, I never want to pay another broker fee to some crook with a keyring.

AndSomethingElse

IN YOUR FACE, 2/3 of this site!

- Boston

ps seriously, we're more than twice as happy as you, New Yorkers? You know what fucking miserable people we are? That's just sad. Shame on you.

Ophelia

@parallel-lines Ugh, yes. Coming from DC, where I found 3 lovely apartments, over 10 years, just by knowing people who were moving out, and never paid more than $1600/month (for 2 people), to Brooklyn, where none of that is true, makes me want to hit my head against the wall. Although I do love my neighborhood, so...

laurel

Hey, NM is not dead last in something good (or first in something terrible)!

Also, I expect ND is happy at least partly because they must be great at winter boy- and girlfriending.

atipofthehat

I'm happy to be in last place if it keeps people out and wildlife in.

olivebee

My home state (PA) and current state (IL) only differ by 0.1 point (so...no discernible difference). Clearly, I am consistent with picking where to live. I'd also rate my own general satisfaction right there along with those two states. Consistency all around!

olivebee

@olivebee Also, I'm weirdly addicted to these geographical lists that always get published (happiest state/city, most crime, biggest houses by zip code, most rainfall by state, etc.). Keep 'em coming!

whizz_dumb

@olivebee IL at 32 out of 50 seems like those polled were realists. This list might reveal which residents are fooling themselves.

thisisunclear

I currently bounce between New York (34) and Illinois (32) so maybe I should just pack it up and move to #33, South Carolina. I've always wanted to visit Charleston!

ihatesomuch

I wish they would have included Washington, DC in the rankings, but I guess I'll just have to enjoy my home state's wonderful place at dead last instead. I should at least get free therapy for hailing from the unhappiest state, no?

Any One Ninja Plot

@ihatesomuch You beat me to the grumbling about DC. Should we assume, based on the fact that Virginia and Maryland are right next to each other on the list, that DC would be wedged in there? Or do we think our number would drop because of taxation without representation or, more importantly, never being placed on any "50 states ranked in order of _____" lists? I consider living in DC to be the state equivalent of the kid with the unusually-spelled name never being able to find novelty keychains in gift shops.

Ellie

@Any One Ninja Plot I have literally never stopped looking for my name amongst those and I don't think I ever will (stop, OR find it).

bitzy

@Any One Ninja Plot BORT?!?

ihatesomuch

@Any One Ninja Plot I'd like to think that we'd be ranked above Maryland and Virginia, purely based upon the fact that we don't live in *the suburbs*. But truthfully we'd probably fall dead last since we love to overreact to everything in a negative way, in turn making us the most unhappy. Example: every snowflake that falls within a 100 mile radius. let's all freak out!!!

Lemonnier

@bitzy Attention! We are all out of "Bort" license plates in sector five!

Gnatalby

@Any One Ninja Plot I'm so quoting that on facebook, as another DC resident.

cherrispryte

Once again, they leave out the moldering swampland of politics, desperation and depression that is Washington DC.

It's probably for the best.

boyofdestiny

@cherrispryte DC would be ranked dead last, as all of its residents should be pissed and miserable about not having voting representation in Congress.

Ophelia

@cherrispryte Think of how DC would skew the curve. They have to leave it out.

[sigh. I miss DC.]

redheaded&crazy

let's see, if i were to rank canadian provinces on happiness I think it would go like this:

1. Newfoundland - if the tourism commericals are to be believed which, clearly
2. BC - because, 420
3. Alberta - because, money
4. Quebec - because, socialism
5. Nova Scotia - pretty, but suffers from inferiority complex
6. New Brunswick - also pretty, but inferior even to NS which has gotta be tough (just kidding <3 u maritimies)
7. Ontario - ugh this is optimistic
8. PEI - i dunno. do people live here?
9. Manitoba - only because they got their hockey team back
10. Saskatchewan - ontario really belongs here

redheaded&crazy

@redheaded&crazy this is why i'm not invited places.

bangs
bangs

@redheaded&crazy Manitoba getting its hockey team back would bump it up to 5 at least! I was there for New Years, they are ecstatic. But give it a few years, they'll be bummed about losing all the time.

atipofthehat

@redheaded&crazy

Shouldn't #5 be #1? It's where the Sunnyvale Trailer Park is, after all.

wasabi peas

@redheaded&crazy No love for the territories?

Bebe

@redheaded&crazy All I know of Nova Scotia I learned from Anne of Green Gables, so clearly, I think it should first, as it is populated (in my head) entirely by plucky red-headed girls and doofy boys named Gilbert who grow into awesome future boyfriends.

The Lady of Shalott

@Bebe: Psst, do you mean PEI? Because they don't get to Nova Scotia until Anne of the Island.

Also, I'm firmly convinced that New Brunswick (A Subsidiary of the Irving Corporation) belongs at the bottom of this list, because we have no good cities, no good food, terrible weather (holla, snow and -15 today!), an economy dependent on the Irvings, logging, the CF, and universities, no sports teams, everything is expensive, and even the pretty spots are decidedly underwhelming.

I may be kind of cynical.

Bebe

@The Lady of Shalott I thought it was PEI, but I checked Wikipedia and they said NS so I figured I was wrong!! Curse you, Jimmy Wales!

OK, fine, I skimmed the Wikipedia page for a total of 3 seconds, and the first place I saw was NS and went with that.

redheaded&crazy

I knew I wouldn't get it right the first time around! Taking all constructive feedback into account (except I am not putting nova scotia first, no way no how):

1. Nunavut - shiny and new
2. Newfoundland/Labrador - still awesome
3. BC - still awesome
4. Nova Scotia - trailer parks and anne of green gables (anne of green gables decidedly does not live in nova scotia, but i'll give it to ya)
5. Manitoba - HOCKEYYYY
6. Yukon - i don't know. i literally know nothing about the yukon. i'm sorry. this is terribly offensive.
7. PEI - actual hometown of Anne of Green Gables
8. Alberta
9. Quebec
10. Ontario
11. Saskatchewan
12. Northwest Territories - too big for their britches
13. New Brunswick, a subsidiary of the Irving corporation

phlox

@redheaded&crazy The one person I know who lives in the Yukon loves it, so there is that? It is pretty and cold and outdoorsy. And it has the music festival I most want to go to.

Megasus

@redheaded&crazy I feel like the East Coast probably would be lower, because there are no job there. Alberta is probably highest because it is pretty and skiing and oil rich and lots of jobs.

MilesofMountains

@Megan Patterson@facebook Everyone I know who's spent any time in the Yukon thinks it's awesome, so that might be higher? And I think the Newfies are probably sad from everyone making fun of their accents.

bangs
bangs

@redheaded&crazy I worked in the Yukon last year and it is wonderful and they know it. I would swap Yukon with Nunavut, then Nunavut with NWT (though I have never been to Nunavut or the NWT, I just know NWTians who are happy and love it there).

I smell burnt toast

@redheaded&crazy Newfoundlaaand! A happy bunch of people! (I am from there, so skewed.)

redheaded&crazy

as you can all tell, i am extremely unqualified to be making these sorts of assertions.

redheaded&crazy

@I smell burnt toast you're not from montreal?? your user name is extremely misleading.

I smell burnt toast

@redheaded&crazy Haha! I am sorry! I just wanted it to be a quote from a Heritage Minute. Guess I should have gone with the Marconi one.

The Lady of Shalott

@I smell burnt toast "Now the people will know we were here."

VolcanoMouse

@redheaded&crazy The Weakerthans created their band-career by singing about how Manitoba is the saddest province. Should I, as a Yankee, believe them? They made Winnipeg sound like Buffalo, but worse, and I was always all "How is that even possible?"

@Bebe: Anne was born in Nova Scotia, so it is okay! We are all correct!

redheaded&crazy

@VolcanoMouse I gotta say, I kind of do think Manitoba is the saddest province.

Megasus

@VolcanoMouse I believe that both Manitoba and Saskatchewan are the saddest provinces.

bangs
bangs

@VolcanoMouse I grew up in Manitoba. The Weakerthans portrayal of the province is very accurate of the south. I would say Winnipeg is nicer than Buffalo, but my love of Winnipeg comes mostly from my friends there. I think the north is happier. And I also think Saskatchewan is sadder than Manitoba.

redheaded&crazy

@bangs i mean, push comes to shove you know we're all just envious that we don't live in the states.

redheaded&crazy

@redheaded&crazy i know i know, my satire is perfectly crafted in it s subtlety and originality

joie

@phlox I am roadtripping from Alaska to go to that! DCMF Pinup?

phlox

@heyits I would love to, but this is not the year - I'm going to a conference in Montreal that week :( But someday!

Brunhilde

@redheaded&crazy This thread is reminding me of one of my favorite Medium-Large cartoons.

redheaded&crazy

@Brunhilde especially the first comment: "the rest of Canada finds Ontario to be unspeakably rude"

in particular, it's how I picture people reacting to my attempts to my attempts to quantify happiness in the provinces (and territories)!

next time i'm putting toronto first! it's what rob ford would want.

redheaded&crazy

@Brunhilde especially the first comment: "the rest of Canada finds Ontario to be unspeakably rude"

in particular, it's how I picture people reacting to my attempts to my attempts to quantify happiness in the provinces (and territories)!

next time i'm putting toronto first! it's what rob ford would want.

Brunhilde

@redheaded&crazy My favorite panel is Saskatchewan. "Beer me!"

Jizzcliner

@The Lady of Shalott I prefer New Brunswick to Ontario.
In the immortal words of Ricky, "worst case Ontario".

bangs
bangs

@Brunhilde Except the beer should be Pilsner (which is Molson, not Labatts).

Aileen Jeffries

@redheaded&crazy So I'm from Saskatchewan, which borders North Dakota. I'm not going to dispute your ranking, mostly because I'm very happy to have left SK for warmer climes, where here it is possible to go outside without a parka right now and not worry too much about frostbite. In my childhood, however, I ate a great deal of Northern Pike, so much so I can confidently say I'm at least 35% pike by volume. So, we know it isn't the fish that makes the North Dakotanites happy.

atipofthehat

@redheaded&crazy

Eh, I think Ontario should move up a notch or two for having the world's longest freestanding street.

Chesty LaRue

@redheaded&crazy Alberta needs to be higher on the list! Lots of money and jobs and mountains and an unfriendly rivalry between two large-ish cities. And lakes. And rednecks?
I don't know, I just met a cowboy and I kinda like him, only in Alberta.

redheaded&crazy

@Chesty LaRue sorry guys! these ratings are now set in stone for eternity ... any further issues, you'll have to take it up with the extensive statistical analyses i performed to arrive at the above conclusion!

(as you can see, alberta originally reigned supreme in the top 3, but was displaced by them damn folksy maritimers and also, my attempt at good will toward the territories)

Lenora Jane

@MilesofMountains On the contrary, the Newfies I have known seem to derive some perverse strength from accent harassment (also, now I need to name something Newfies I Have Known)

parallel-lines

Minnesota: shaped like a #1, but actually #3. I'll take it.

PistolPackinMama

@parallel-lines Minnesota represent!

NeverOddOrEven

@parallel-lines I used to hate it, but I think that was just a result of growing up in the suburbs.

I'm rather fond of it now, especially after seeing this while listening to Chris Hardwick and Neil Gaiman talk about how awesome the Twin Cities are.

parallel-lines

@NeverOddOrEven Me too! Now that I've been away for a bit and am older and want to start a family, I can see all the great things about it. If you can stand winters, it's a super cool, pretty liberal (well, for where it is, and unfortunately not as much as it used to be) and very liveable place.

NeverOddOrEven

@parallel-lines The cities are still uber liberal, it's just that it gets really rural really quick (On my way up north for a funeral last month I saw a horse and buggy on a hitching post outside a general store in a town called Bertha. Honest to God.) and the rest of the state is mostly red.

Someone just posted about another 'Pinup and I'm down. Get on it Minnesotans!

solaria

@NeverOddOrEven Goddamn what i wouldn't give to be within burrito distance of Lake Street again.

NeverOddOrEven

@sunshinefiasco Then I hesitate to tell you I've lived within blocks of it for the last 3 years or so...

If you're still in the cities though let's do a Pinup in Uptown!

solaria

@NeverOddOrEven I'm no longer even in the US, which is okay, but I've recently been seriously feeling the lack of reasonable or even recognizable Mexican food. And when I think of all the time I wasted, 15 min on the 16 bus from all of the wonderful, cheap, Mexican food, I feel like a FOOL!

MissMushkila

@parallel-lines I wanted so badly to get out of this state back when I was in high school. Now I've worked at my former high school for three years and have grown up to have SO MUCH MINNESOTA PRIDE it is honestly obnoxious.

Every time I studied abroad (once just wasn't enough, love of MN or no) there was always an unusual quantity of Minnesotans and we all repped so hard for our state that now my former classmates come visit me in the Twin Cities.

Infinite Jess

Before we get too excited, let's remind ourselves that the total range of all fifty US states is between 62.3 and 70.2 percent happy. What this tells me is that a large number of US poll-takers are likely to rate their happiness as, "Uhh... medium, I guess."

Bitterblue

@Infinite Jess I was just about to mention this as well! I think people say they're "pretty happy, I guess" when asked these kinds of questions the same way they say "Doing fine, thanks" when asked how they are by acquaintances.

If I had to guess, Hawaii is at the top because people who live in Hawaii *believe* they should be happier, not necessarily because they are. Although I don't know what the hell North Dakota is doing up there.

lil_bobbytables

@Infinite Jess North Dakota might be tied to its economic boom. Like Hawaii, they may believe they should be happier and are overstating things. Or maybe North Dakotans are just super happy. They have milk, pike, and oil. What else do you need for a party?

Tulletilsynet

@Infinite Jess
I know, right? The low is so close to the high it's not worth getting resentful about.

Porn Peddler

@lil_bobbytables Some reasonable laws regarding bodily autonomy and reproductive healthcare would be big for my party...

JillCool

Yay ND! I'm a native and I think it's the resiliance of people who live there that helps with the happiness. It's all about perspective really. Most of the people I know who live there have reasonable expectations of what to expect from life. Also it helps that most people that live there are kind-hearted and very giving to neighbors in need.

aphrabean

NoDak is having a BOOM, guys. There's so much money going around up there that no one cares that their tap water is on fire. I venture that what we're looking at here is more along the lines of happine$$. When your McDonald's employees start at $15/ hr, it really takes away some of the basic misery poverty provides.

wasabi peas

@aphrabean If fast food workers make $15/hr does this mean the cost of living is high as well?

NeverOddOrEven

@wasabi peas Nope! Not yet anyway.

JillCool

@wasabi peas Yes cost of living is high but only in oil towns. Only the western part of the state is having the real boom. It is pretty sparsely populated and the influx of people is hard on the natives. There are very few places to live and long waiting lists to get into existing housing and also to get new homes built. My hubby is a contractor and there are people waiting lists that are being told it will be at least 4 years before they can get a house built.

ms. alex

Oh shit, guys! My move from Utah (#4) to Ohio (#46) was apparently not a very good idea!
I blame the lack of mountains.

madge

@ms. alex there would have to be a SUPERCOMPELLING reason for that move right? utah is soooo pretty and ohio is soooo boring

ms. alex

@madge Husband and his graduate school. I keep telling him we must move somewhere with some geography after he's done.
(But people do keep telling me that the southern part of the state has hills and is pretty.)

VolcanoMouse

@ms. alex I have had this exact exchange with husband, grad school, and us moving back to a state with geography (though for us, it was PA to FL. Not as much interesting landscape in PA, but still!).

His also-a-professor dad ended up teaching in KANSAS for a couple years after he got his doctorate. Horrors-- man is not meant to have that much HORIZON.

Edabelle

Aside from Hawaii, the top 10 are all really cold states. Cold = happy? Somebody alert the snowbirds!

fondue with cheddar

@LDB Because they stay in and have sex a lot? Because they drink hot cocoa in front of fireplaces and under blankets? Because they get to wear more clothing and thus have higher body satisfaction? Because snow is pretty?

Neil Young did say how much he missed his home in Canada that's "cool and breezy". Maybe he was on to something.

ms. alex

@LDB Well, some of Utah has weather like Las Vegas, so it's nice in the winter. (And the summer if you like 110 degrees with no humidity.)There's a lot of snowbirds there.
I don't have answers on the other top-10 cold places on the list.

lobsterhug

How did Massachusetts place so high? Is it because of gay marriage or did they only talk to people in Cape Cod? Because seriously, Boston is fucking miserable, coming from someone who lives there and wishes there was a way to powerwash the T.

I can't imagine life in the 495 loop is much better, baring fewer college students.

fondue with cheddar

@lobsterhug I dated a guy who thought Boston was the Best City Ever. I've never been there, so now I don't know who to believe. Actually, wait...I do. I would trust any 'Pinner over that dude.

TheJacqueline

@lobsterhug There is a lot of state west of 495.

boyofdestiny

@jen325 I think Boston is the Best City Ever. Do lobsterhug and I have to engage in a Hairpin Commenter Showdown to win your faith?

solaria

@lobsterhug ? I'm originally from the Pioneer Valley which is extremely happy (sometimes they even call it the happy valley, which is awful. but seriously, people are generally so satisfied there that it annoyed me when i lived there). And the people I know in Boston love it (not all of them homegrown massholes). Maybe it has something to do with the (comparatively) awesome education, lower unemployment, health care, general valuation of education and liberalism, the tons of people from everywhere (they bring their FOOD!), and the fact that you get the best of all 4 seasons? Or it could be that Paddy's day is coming. Maybe also you need a vacation?

fondue with cheddar

@boyofdestiny YES! No fighting, though. :)

lobsterhug

@jen325 I guess if you like Puritan values that make it so there is no public transportation after midnight and tons of juicebox college students ruining your life, it's probably pretty awesome.

I'm feeling really jaded right now. Obviously, it isn't all bad or I wouldn't live here.

boyofdestiny

@lobsterhug Massachusetts is truly a land of contrasts. Gay folks can settle down, and you can smoke a blunt in the middle of Government Center with relative impunity, but there are no drink specials and the people voted down a referendum to allow wine sales in supermarkets. I don't admit to understand it.

fondue with cheddar

@lobsterhug AH, it all makes sense now. The guy I dated was one of those juicebox students.

lobsterhug

@boyofdestiny Indeed! As @sunshinefiasco pointed out, there are lots of good things! And I love my neighborhood! And being able to walk just about anywhere.

Ok, now, I'm happy.

solaria

@boyofdestiny too busy eating whiskey to worry about wine sales. i'm just happy that all of my 21itude existed post the repeal of no booze sales on sundays.

Ophelia

@lobsterhug I grew up in Framingham (495 loop, holler), and while it's not the best place in the world, I liked it. That said, most of the people in MA have been there FOREVER, so...

lobsterhug

@Ophelia Yeah, I moved to Boston for school and then just didn't leave for lots of reasons. Partly because it is a great city and I'm liberal, so I like most of what the state is doing. So, my gripes are nothing compared to the world of good that exists here.

I am admittedly in a crummy mood due to getting mice because my neighbors cannot take care of their cats' litter properly and the mice that used to frolic amongst the trash are now seeking refuge from the smell of their natural predator in my cat-less apartment. My fiance is terrified of mice and has been using me as a human shield and screaming like a school girl whenever he sees them. I definitely in need of a vacation!

Ophelia

@lobsterhug On the plus side, you just made me laugh really hard when I pictured your fiance, so that's an argument in favor of the mice! You should first get a vacation, and then get a cat :)

anachronistique

@sunshinefiasco Western Mass represent! I would have loved it more if I hadn't grown up there, I think, and also if I'd had a car. But really I do love my hometown. And I like Boston but partly because I just escaped here FROM my parents' house.

anachronistique: oversharing her personal history on the Hairpin since 2012

fondue with cheddar

I blame North Jersey for bumping my state further down the list than it should be.

samafaye

@jen325 OH NO YOU DIDN'T.

boyofdestiny

@samafaye I'm interpreting jen325's comment to mean that her native state is New York, and all of the happy people there are migrating to North Jersey, because of its awesomeness. It's the only way this comment is acceptable.

fondue with cheddar

@boyofdestiny Gee...how do I dig myself out of this hole?

I was using broad generalizations. Parts of North Jersey are great, and parts of it are terrible. I think the terrible parts bring the rest of the state down. Camden is one of the terrible parts too, but North Jersey seems to have more than its fair share of shitholes. Or at least that's how it appears to me.

Honestly, the worst parts of New Jersey are the suburbs of cities that aren't even in the state, which is so unfair.

samafaye

@boyofdestiny whew, you're probably right. i was taken aback by the outlandishness of it all. like, surely no one from New Jersey could blame North Jersey for bringing any rankings down.

unless of course they were from SOUTH JERSEY.

boyofdestiny

@jen325 Don't worry about it. Just remember that it's a conspiracy on the parts of New York and Philadelphia to pit North and South Jerseyans against each other. You have to resist!

fondue with cheddar

@boyofdestiny You're right! I love you, North Jersey Neighbor! P.S. Your mountains are sooo pretty.

VolcanoMouse

Florida, what cause do you have to be so sad? I am so much happier here than I ever was in upstate NY!

solaria

@VolcanoMouse It's America's wang. And it's got lots of crabby old people, who are not only home all the time/seriously into surveys, but miserable with no help from flarida at all. (That's how my mom's family says it).

VolcanoMouse

@sunshinefiasco But even so! I would so much rather be a crabby old person and get to bask in the sun than be any sort of person and have to shovel snow. Winter. Hiss.

Ophelia

@sunshinefiasco Also, didn't FL have an insanely high foreclosure rate? That probably made people pretty unhappy.

Kneetoe

Abe certainly strikes me as a jolly fellow.

ImASadGiraffe

I am surprised that Illinois isn't farther down the list. Though Chicago is my city and love it (despite our insane 10.25% sales tax).

kokeefeish

Suck it New York. ~New Jersey

Jon Custer

OK, here's the deal: if you can't include us in your happiness survey, then don't try to come here to get gay-married, OK?

Regards,
The District of Columbia*

* As conveyed by a Maryland resident.

PS: Take that, Virginia!

frigwiggin

I think we have to bump California to #18 now, because I just finished Never Let Me Go and I am BRINGING THE WHOLE STATE DOWN WITH MY SADS

Tulletilsynet

@figwiggin
Just stop it right there, you spoiler!

melis

@Tulletilsynet Anyone who thinks an Ishiguro book is going to end in anything other than heaving, wracking sobs is living in a dream world.

frigwiggin

@Tulletilsynet She's right, you know.

@melis I made the mistake of finishing it on my lunch break and now I'm back at my desk trying to pretend like I'm not devastated over an imaginary future.

melis

@figwiggin When I finished it late one night, I woke people up with the strength of my sobbing.

ELECTROMAGNETIC CHAOS

Let's see, is Ohio any different than when I left it ten years ago?

*checks list*

Nope.

atipofthehat

@Too Much Internet

Still hi(gh) in the middle? Check.
Still round on both ends? And...check.

Blousey Brown

I participated in this survey! (I live in Tennessee.) By the end of the survey -- after answering questions like "Do you feel safe in your home?" -- I was teary-eyed because I realized how good I had it relative to the rest of the world.

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