Dangerously Drunk Pedestrianism

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So two more of those ubiquitous, specialized city rankings have come out this week. In one, the Brookings Institution ranked Houston 21st in walkabilty of the 30 largest metro areas in America, edging Dallas

by four notches


In another, from Men’s Health, Houston did even better, coming in 20th place out of all American cities. And we beat Dallas by four slots in this one too. So Houston, raise a glass and salute your status – we are the 20th Most Dangerously Drunk City in the U.S. of Fuckin’ A.

Hmm, I wonder where we rank in the Dangerously Drunk Walkability ratings… -- John Nova Lomax

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