Friday, August 01, 2014

Top 10 educated cities in the United States—Forbes


Before we on the list get too big headed, every one in our federal government has advanced degrees, and look at the messes they manage to get us into!

Highly educated communities also have a high marriage rate, good schools, great libraries, many churches, strong environmental controls and zoning laws, not so great public transportation so every household has multiple cars, and homes and rents too expensive for the average homeowner. In other words, the poor don’t move into the well-heeled, high educated communities. We moved here in June 1967 (Farleigh Road) and weren't aware that we weren't in Columbus.


Anonymous said...

should be called collecting my brags not blog

Norma said...

Seems you missed the opening sentence. Education doesn't mean a lot.