Thursday, May 29, 2008

Once Again, Texas (and Houston) Leads the Way

Best Cities to Live, Work and Play - Kiplinger.com: "Our approach this year to picking the ten best cities in which to live and work was simple: Look for places with strong economies and abundant jobs, then demand reasonable living costs and plenty of fun things to do. When we ran the numbers, some of the names that popped up made us do a double take at first. So we hit the road to meet movers, shakers and regular folks, experience the ambience and take in the sights."

7 comments:

Doc Quatermass said...

I'm always amused that each year it's different cities or if different list makers the same year - different cities make the cut.

Anonymous said...

Houston?!

Were they drunk or what?

Jeff

Bill Crider said...

The must not have come in the summer. Or early fall. Or spring.

Doc Quatermass said...

Maybe Chuck Norris threatened them with a spinning back fist and eternal damnation if they didn't put Houston at Number 1.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Apparently weather was not a factor--or funny accents.

Bill Crider said...

Accents? What accents?

Doc Quatermass said...

Yunz all talk funny in the South. The only reason they talked normal on Walker, Texas Ranger is all dem actors weren't real Texans.