We're Number One!

So says Businessweek.  

Based on metrics like school performance, green space, and cultural amenities, Raleigh, N.C., ranks No. 1 in Businessweek.com’s first Best Cities ranking

Not bad. Not bad at all.  The summers are a little sticky and mosquitoes drive me nuts sometimes.  But other than that, this place has a lot of amenities and little traffic for a pretty darn reasonable cost of living.

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