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Re: [NHPorcupines-announce] N.H. Again Named 'Most Livable' State - New Hampshire News Story - WMUR Manchester

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  • Bill
    ... Yeah, NJ at #7 certainly does give one pause. Given that apparent bias, however, they /still/ can t keep NH down... };- -- --= My life, my property, my
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 26, 2008
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      Tim Condon wrote:
      > Ridiculous, I think, regarding the bottom states. Where are California,
      > New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York, all well on the way to becoming
      > socialist hellholes. ---Tim Condon


      Yeah, NJ at #7 certainly does give one pause. Given that apparent bias,
      however, they /still/ can't keep NH down... };->
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    • Lynne Masters-Lee
      CA, NJ, MA and NY may be on their way to becoming socialist hellholes, but try living down here in the south for a while. The bottom states were listed as MS,
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 26, 2008
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        CA, NJ, MA and NY may be on their way to becoming socialist hellholes, but
        try living down here in the south for a while. The bottom states were listed
        as MS, SC, KY TN, AR. I may live in GA (but not for much longer I hope), and
        have friends in those states, but I wouldn't want to move to any of them,
        even if I were retiring, had a nice nest egg to live off for the rest of my
        life, and could put up with the hypocritical religious zealots (they aren't
        all, but there are more of them than there are honest believers).
        Lynne

        On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 10:20 AM, Tim Condon <tim@...> wrote:

        > Ridiculous, I think, regarding the bottom states. Where are California,
        > New
        > Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York, all well on the way to becoming
        > socialist hellholes. ---Tim Condon
        >
        >
        >
        > On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 10:15 AM, Bill <yahoo@...> wrote:
        >
        > > http://www.cqpress.com/product/State-Rankings-2008.html
        > > http://www.wmur.com/news/15709180/detail.html
        > >
        > > Ranking Based On Factors Such As Incomes, Crime Rates
        > >
        > > POSTED: 6:40 am EDT March 26, 2008
        > > CONCORD, N.H. -- For the fifth year in a row, a national ranking lists
        > > New Hampshire as the "Most Livable State" in the country.
        > >
        > > The ranking, by CQ Press, is based on 44 factors, including income,
        > > crime rates, business taxes, employment, environment and education.
        > >
        > > Last week, CQ Press named New Hampshire the safest state.
        > >
        > > Other states at the top of the "Most Livable" rankings were Utah,
        > > Wyoming, Minnesota and Iowa. Mississippi was at the bottom, with South
        > > Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas.
        >


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      • Ward Griffiths
        ... California, ... becoming ... Damn straight. I ve been in this hell for 16 years. New Jersey should be more like #47. Yes, there are worse places:
        Message 3 of 4 , Mar 27, 2008
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          --- In freestateproject@yahoogroups.com, Bill <yahoo@...> wrote:
          >
          > Tim Condon wrote:
          > > Ridiculous, I think, regarding the bottom states. Where are
          California,
          > > New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York, all well on the way to
          becoming
          > > socialist hellholes. ---Tim Condon
          >
          >
          > Yeah, NJ at #7 certainly does give one pause. Given that apparent bias,
          > however, they /still/ can't keep NH down... };->

          Damn straight. I've been in this hell for 16 years. New Jersey
          should be more like #47. Yes, there are worse places: California,
          Massachusetts and New York come to mind, though New York isn't much
          worse than Florida, once you get 50 miles or so from the Five Boroughs
          and keep a 20 mile radius from Albany. Not that that's really good.
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