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I swiped this from No Frontin'. I took the personalized "Best Places To Live" test (via RealEstateJournal), which picks the best cities for you based on your preferences of weather, quality of life, traffic conditions and other key elements. Below are my "Top 11" results. The first number is the rank, the second is the percentage match, third (in bold) is the city and fourth is the city's population:


01 -- 100 -- Boston, Mass. -- 3,263,060
02 -- 95 -- Long Island, New York -- 2,660,285
03 -- 93 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- 1,655,454
04 -- 92 -- Washington, DC -- 4,563,123
05 -- 92 -- New York, New York -- 8,643,43
06 -- 86 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- 2,379,411
07 -- 85 -- Chicago -- 7,733,876
08 -- 83 -- Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. -- 2,765,116
09 -- 82 -- Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif. -- 9,127,751
10 -- 82 -- Bergen-Passaic, NJ -- 1,311,331
11 -- 81 -- Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon, NJ -- 1,091,097


It looks like my personality is more suited for the east and midwest, according to this survey. Boston might be the place for me since I am Irish (**wink, wink**) and I do love clam chowda.

I have never been to San Francisco, so I might travel there and see how they put it down. Minni-Apple (aka Minneapolis) is a cool city, but their winters are brutal. But here's one recommendation: Chiang Mai Thai is the best Thai restaurant in the twin cities. Yup!

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