Skip to comments.Two N.J. cities named among the worst to celebrate New Year's Eve
Posted on 12/09/2015 4:24:23 PM PST by SMGFan
If you're thinking about ringing in the New Year in two New Jersey cities you want want to think again, according a new study by WalletHub.
Analysts at the consumer and small business web site probed the 100 biggest cities based on 17 levels of criteria ranging from the average price of a New Year's Eve party ticket, weather and the legality of fireworks.
As for the two New Jersey cities on the list? Jersey City and Newark brought up the rear at No. 98 and 99 respectively.
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Gee I was considering going to Newark for New Years Eve.........better rethink those plans.........
Unless you stay at the airport.
Lincoln, NE #1.
Oakland, CA 100, Atlanta 95
Now, what might Atlanta and Oakland have a lot of that Lincoln doesn’t have much of?
“Now, what might Atlanta and Oakland have a lot of that Lincoln doesnât have much of?”
Lead rain drops?
I used to hunt deer with a guy from Jersey. He was different, though. He’d put the deer in the trunk and THEN shoot it.
I knew a guy in the Army from Joisey. His uncle was in the Mob and was wearing a three piece suit when he died in a hunting accident.
Put it in the trunk, THEN shoot it = = =
From White Heat, 1949, Cagney ==
Cody Jarrett: Stuffy, huh? I’ll give it some air. (Cody talking to man in trunk as he prepares to shoot holes in the car).
Which he does ....
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