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I am Riggs. I am a human. I work on the radio. I like penguins. I dislike cats. I like short sentences. I dislike brownies. I love jumping from airplanes. I hate onions. I heart you for listening.
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Believe it or not, the happiest people in the U.S. are the ones in . . . Lincoln, Nebraska. We're not sure why, but maybe they have a sexy secret we don't know about? Gallup just released its annual list of U.S. cities ranked by wellbeing, and Lincoln was first.
They just beat out the people of Boulder, Colorado, who have unlimited marijuana . . . and the people of Burlington, Vermont, who have unlimited . . . um . . . maple syrup and teddy bears?
The rankings are based on factors like overall happiness, emotional and physical health, and work environment.
After Lincoln, Boulder, and Burlington, the rest of the top 10 are: Provo, Utah . . . Fort Collins, Colorado . . . Barnstable Town, Massachusetts . . . Honolulu, Hawaii . . . Ann Arbor, Michigan . . . Washington, D.C. . . . and San Luis Obispo, California.
On the other end of the scale, Charleston, West Virginia had the lowest score. It finished just below Huntington, West Virginia . . . Mobile, Alabama . . . Beaumont, Texas . . . and Hickory, North Carolina