Thursday, August 24, 2006

AP Headline of the Day

Rounding out the top 10: Minneapolis-St. Paul; Columbus (I've been there; I don't blame them); Boston; Austin; Chicago; Cleveland; Pittsburgh; Philadelphia; and Providence.

New Yorkers, we have work to do. We're 32nd -- behind Norfolk, for God's sake.


Blogger lmha said...

Yeah, but we're happy drunks in A-town.

11:45 PM  
Blogger MAW said...

I was born in Columbus (or C-bus as I affectionately call it) and I have to say that I have been known to drink my fair share. I'm not sure if my buckeye roots can be blamed for it, but I tend to blame Ohio for most of what's wrong with my life so why not throw this on the pile?

How the hell did Las Vegas or New Orleans not make the top 10??? I mean come on!

11:55 PM  
Anonymous lfw said...

just how exactly do they come up with this list?

and, how do i get involved when it comes time to update it?

12:41 PM  
Blogger Nathan said...

I'm putting the responsibility of moving Detroit to the top of the list squarely on my shoulders. My efforts tonight will hopefully bump Motown from #28 to #24.

6:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah! You go, Brewtown, you two-fisted slobber, you! May be you're a sloppy drunk, but you're not an angry one. Unlike Columbus...

1:58 PM  

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