Mistakes were made

New York City meets Munich

Unpack those bags!

March 4th, 2003 · No Comments · Uncategorized

According to the Mercer Human Resource Consulting, I’m on the wrong side of the ocean. These folks ranked Munich in the top five cities worldwide for quality of life. And for some reason, probably a math error of some kind, New York City was ranked 44th. I told Conny View definition in a new window it’s a typo, they probably meant “4th”. That kind of mistake happens all the time.

Even if it’s it not a typo, I am sure the folks at Mercer didn’t factor in some pretty critical variables, such as

  • Amount of tall buildings
  • Availability of quality pizza
  • Number of kick-ass movie theatres
  • Square feet of dog runs
  • Low average distance to all-night store from any location
  • Large selection of food which can be delivered after 11PM
  • More interesting odors in the subway.

Perhaps, just perhaps, there are places with a better quality of life than New York City, but who needs that much quality of life? You can get too much of a good thing, after all.

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