Miami vs Houston vs Dallas vs Chicago

Miami vs Houston vs Dallas vs Chicago

Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:01:45



Quote:
>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
> status?
> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
> you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
> basically is air quality?

From CNNMoney.com

Air pollution index:

Chicago: 110

Dallas: 102

Houston: 88

Miami: 49
Miami Beach: 37
*Miami Average:43*

Housing (Home price gain 2-5 years):

Houston: 6.44% (Lol, it's probably lower than inflation)

Dallas: 8.08%

Chicago: 12.16%

Miami: 19.81%
Miami Beach: 21.47%
*Miami Average: 20.64%*

Also, Museums:

Houston: 5  (ROTFL)

Dallas: 9

Chicago: 17

Miami Beach: 13
Miami: 14
*Miami Total: 27*

Miami is indeed "Heaven" compared to the above cities.

Now, who was the one saying that Houston come second only after NYC in terms
of museums, culture, etc?!?? You meant second after El Paso probably! LOL

ROTFL!!!

 
 
 

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Post by Jay Fur » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:13:34



Quote:


>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>> status?
>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
>> you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
>> basically is air quality?

> From CNNMoney.com

> Air pollution index:

> Chicago: 110

> Dallas: 102

> Houston: 88

> Miami: 49
> Miami Beach: 37
> *Miami Average:43*

Burlington, Vermont: 27

--
"It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are 20 gods, or no god.
 It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg."  -- Thomas Jefferson

 "There's hits in chicken."  -- Wade Boggs

 
 
 

Miami vs Houston vs Dallas vs Chicago

Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:36:52


Quote:





>>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>>> status?
>>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
>>> you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
>>> basically is air quality?

>> From CNNMoney.com

>> Air pollution index:

>> Chicago: 110

>> Dallas: 102

>> Houston: 88

>> Miami: 49
>> Miami Beach: 37
>> *Miami Average:43*

> Burlington, Vermont: 27

Average Temperatures:

Miami:

High Temp in July: 87

Low Temp in Jan: 63

Burlington:

High Temp in July: 81

Low Temp in Jan: 9

MIAMI is indeed very close to Heaven.

 
 
 

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Post by Jay Fur » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:40:17



Quote:







>>>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>>>> status?
>>>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>>>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and
>>>> yet you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with
>>>> which basically is air quality?

>>> From CNNMoney.com

>>> Air pollution index:

>>> Chicago: 110

>>> Dallas: 102

>>> Houston: 88

>>> Miami: 49
>>> Miami Beach: 37
>>> *Miami Average:43*

>> Burlington, Vermont: 27

> Average Temperatures:

> Miami:

> High Temp in July: 87

> Low Temp in Jan: 63

> Burlington:

> High Temp in July: 81

> Low Temp in Jan: 9

Yes, and that's why we live in Vermont.  

--
"It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are 20 gods, or no
god.
 It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg."  -- Thomas Jefferson

 "There's hits in chicken."  -- Wade Boggs

 
 
 

Miami vs Houston vs Dallas vs Chicago

Post by Emperor Wonko the Magnificen » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:47:39

Quote:



> >     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
> > status?
> > You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
> > of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
> > you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
> > basically is air quality?
> From CNNMoney.com
> Air pollution index:

> Chicago: 110

> Dallas: 102

> Houston: 88

Any air pollution index that indicates that Houston has better air than
any place but LA is not worth the electrons it's displayed with.

Quote:
> Housing (Home price gain 2-5 years):

> Houston: 6.44% (Lol, it's probably lower than inflation)

> Dallas: 8.08%

> Chicago: 12.16%

> Miami: 19.81%
> Miami Beach: 21.47%
> *Miami Average: 20.64%*

You're bragging that Miami has overpriced housing?

Quote:
> Also, Museums:

> Houston: 5  (ROTFL)

> Dallas: 9

> Chicago: 17

> Miami Beach: 13
> Miami: 14
> *Miami Total: 27*

Who give a rat's ass about Juan's Museum of Guava***tails? And note
that CNN's number is accredited museums withing 30 miles.  The listings
for Miami and Miami Beach are the same museums.  BTW, out of the
Chicago's 17 is included the Art Institute, which kicks the shit out of
anything Miami could hope to have.

Quote:

> Miami is indeed "Heaven" compared to the above cities.

Somehow you forgot CNN's personal crime number, which is off the charts
for Miami.

Quote:

> Now, who was the one saying that Houston come second only after NYC in terms
> of museums, culture, etc?!?? You meant second after El Paso probably! LOL

He said square footage, idiot.

Doug

 
 
 

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Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:47:19


Quote:









>>>>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>>>>> status?
>>>>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>>>>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and
>>>>> yet you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with
>>>>> which basically is air quality?

>>>> From CNNMoney.com

>>>> Air pollution index:

>>>> Chicago: 110

>>>> Dallas: 102

>>>> Houston: 88

>>>> Miami: 49
>>>> Miami Beach: 37
>>>> *Miami Average:43*

>>> Burlington, Vermont: 27

>> Average Temperatures:

>> Miami:

>> High Temp in July: 87

>> Low Temp in Jan: 63

>> Burlington:

>> High Temp in July: 81

>> Low Temp in Jan: 9

> Yes, and that's why we live in Vermont.

To freeze your ass?!?

Nice choice mate! ;-)

 
 
 

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Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 01:34:44


Quote:





>>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>>> status?
>>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
>>> you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
>>> basically is air quality?

>> From CNNMoney.com

>> Air pollution index:

>> Chicago: 110

>> Dallas: 102

>> Houston: 88

>> Miami: 49
>> Miami Beach: 37
>> *Miami Average:43*

> Burlington, Vermont: 27

Average Temperatures:

Miami:

High Temp in July: 87

Low Temp in Jan: 63

Burlington:

High Temp in July: 81

Low Temp in Jan: 9

MIAMI is indeed very close to Heaven.

 
 
 

Miami vs Houston vs Dallas vs Chicago

Post by Jay Fur » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 02:05:48



Quote:











>>>>>>     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>>>>>> status?
>>>>>> You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>>>>>> of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and
>>>>>> yet you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal
with
>>>>>> which basically is air quality?

>>>>> From CNNMoney.com

>>>>> Air pollution index:

>>>>> Chicago: 110

>>>>> Dallas: 102

>>>>> Houston: 88

>>>>> Miami: 49
>>>>> Miami Beach: 37
>>>>> *Miami Average:43*

>>>> Burlington, Vermont: 27

>>> Average Temperatures:

>>> Miami:

>>> High Temp in July: 87

>>> Low Temp in Jan: 63

>>> Burlington:

>>> High Temp in July: 81

>>> Low Temp in Jan: 9

>> Yes, and that's why we live in Vermont.

> To freeze your ass?!?

> Nice choice mate! ;-)

Enjoy the snowshoeing and skiing in Hialeah, mate.  Also, enjoy the
mountain hiking, lake and stream kayaking, and peace and quiet of, say,
Liberty City.

--
"It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are 20 gods, or no
god.
 It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg."  -- Thomas Jefferson

 "There's hits in chicken."  -- Wade Boggs

 
 
 

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Post by ChairMa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 03:14:19



Quote:

> MIAMI is indeed very close to Heaven.

Of course it is, that's why so many old folks go there.
The trip to heaven is just a hop skip and a jump.
 
 
 

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Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 06:13:08



Quote:



>> >     And no comment about air quality?  You've achieved what, #1
>> > status?
>> > You're at least in the top 5.  You want to talk about comparisons
>> > of qualities for which Houston has little if any competition and yet
>> > you overlook the quality that every major city has to deal with which
>> > basically is air quality?
>> From CNNMoney.com
>> Air pollution index:

>> Chicago: 110

>> Dallas: 102

>> Houston: 88

> Any air pollution index that indicates that Houston has better air than
> any place but LA is not worth the electrons it's displayed with.

>> Housing (Home price gain 2-5 years):

>> Houston: 6.44% (Lol, it's probably lower than inflation)

>> Dallas: 8.08%

>> Chicago: 12.16%

>> Miami: 19.81%
>> Miami Beach: 21.47%
>> *Miami Average: 20.64%*

> You're bragging that Miami has overpriced housing?

ROTFL!!!

You rather buy a house which is worth shit when you resell it?!?

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Quote:
>> Also, Museums:

>> Houston: 5  (ROTFL)

>> Dallas: 9

>> Chicago: 17

>> Miami Beach: 13
>> Miami: 14
>> *Miami Total: 27*

> Who give a rat's ass about Juan's Museum of Guava***tails? And note
> that CNN's number is accredited museums withing 30 miles.  The listings
> for Miami and Miami Beach are the same museums.  BTW, out of the
> Chicago's 17 is included the Art Institute, which kicks the shit out of
> anything Miami could hope to have.

If you say so ;-)

Quote:

>> Miami is indeed "Heaven" compared to the above cities.

> Somehow you forgot CNN's personal crime number, which is off the charts
> for Miami.

Actualy for Chicago is much worse. ;-)

Personal Crime Risk:
Chicago: 358
Miami:278
Miami Beach:179

Quote:

>> Now, who was the one saying that Houston come second only after NYC in
>> terms
>> of museums, culture, etc?!?? You meant second after El Paso probably! LOL

> He said square footage, idiot.

Enjoy the freezing ass cold for us. thanks! ;-)
 
 
 

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Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 06:13:08


Quote:


>> MIAMI is indeed very close to Heaven.

> Of course it is, that's why so many old folks go there.
> The trip to heaven is just a hop skip and a jump.

You are mistakin with Ft. Mayers or Naples I think.

Miami is one of the youngest cities in the country.

 
 
 

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Post by Lucky Devi » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 06:30:11

You accidentally posted this in Rec.sport.soccer.

It should have been posted in R.S.N.C.A

Rec.Shit.Nobody.Cares.About

Just thought I would kindly let you know for future reference.

--
Neighborhood Superstar;

Devin Tregre
"I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

 
 
 

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Post by deemsb.. » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 06:57:28

Quote:

> You accidentally posted this in Rec.sport.soccer.

> It should have been posted in R.S.N.C.A

> Rec.Shit.Nobody.Cares.About

> Just thought I would kindly let you know for future reference.

    I thought those were the same....
Quote:

> --
> Neighborhood Superstar;

> Devin Tregre
> "I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

 
 
 

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Post by Emperor Wonko the Magnificen » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 09:05:46

Quote:






> >> Housing (Home price gain 2-5 years):
> >> Houston: 6.44% (Lol, it's probably lower than inflation)
> >> Dallas: 8.08%
> >> Chicago: 12.16%
> >> Miami: 19.81%
> >> Miami Beach: 21.47%
> >> *Miami Average: 20.64%*
> > You're bragging that Miami has overpriced housing?

> ROTFL!!!

> You rather buy a house which is worth shit when you resell it?!?

I'd rather buy a house that's twice the size of those ugly little
bungalows they have down there for the same money and enjoy the extra
room.  Have fun in your cubby hole.

Doug

 
 
 

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Post by Berlusconi's #1 Fa » Wed, 08 Mar 2006 09:26:54



Quote:



>> message




>> >> Housing (Home price gain 2-5 years):
>> >> Houston: 6.44% (Lol, it's probably lower than inflation)
>> >> Dallas: 8.08%
>> >> Chicago: 12.16%
>> >> Miami: 19.81%
>> >> Miami Beach: 21.47%
>> >> *Miami Average: 20.64%*
>> > You're bragging that Miami has overpriced housing?

>> ROTFL!!!

>> You rather buy a house which is worth shit when you resell it?!?

> I'd rather buy a house that's twice the size of those ugly little
> bungalows they have down there for the same money and enjoy the extra
> room.  Have fun in your cubby hole.

Typical American thinking. Big House = Nice (even if in the middle of
nowhere)

Sorry my dear and unlucky friend. I rather have a smaller house whose value
increases by the day and especially where, when I leave the house, I'm in a
nice place (with lots of things to do and nice weather, classy people) and
not in a shithole with nothing to do and shitty weather like Texas or the
Midwest sorrounded by white trash.