Tuesday, March 23, 2010
GOOD AND/OR MISERABLE PLACES
In the final analysis of states, based on unemployment, inflation rates, number of foreclosures, state debts, healthcare, education, and the happiness for where you live, etc., the statistical report listed states from the worst to the best as follows:
Breaking all this information down, I find that if you want to live with the millionaires, move to Hawaii if you can afford the high cost of living, but they have great weather; if you want to live among the smartest people, move to Vermont, unless you want to start a business, but be careful since they have high state debt. If you want to get drunk, go to New Hampshire; if you want to buy a gun, go to Kentucky; if you are very religious, stay in the southern states;
Tennessee doesn't have many millionaires, but you can stay sober; Texas is a good place to start a new business, and there are good jobs there. Both states have a good economy, good schools, and the least state debt, so they must be managing their money well. Both states have nice parks, good weather, and are considered happy states by the people.
Therefore, I have come to the conclusion that if I wanted to get out of the second most depressing state of Ohio, with their troubled farmers, lack of jobs, and their weak economy - accompanied by high state debt, I would move to Texas or Tennessee. The funny or coincidental thing is that my ex-husband lives in Tennessee and my aunt lives in Texas. They are both big enough states, but subconsciously good choices. It's hot in Texas, as I found out during my two week visit last year; and I enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and scenery of Tennessee. Guess I'll have to flip a coin!