Minneapolis: clean and full of cheap dates

Forbes Magazine recently published their list of the cleanest cities in the world, and Minneapolis came in at #5. WCCO did a follow up article on it, and managed to produce this great quote:

“I do take cans to the place (to recycle).”

Well, I’ll be damned. That person needs to run the EPA.

In more interesting news, Forbes also published a list of the 25 Most Expensive Cities for a First Date. Minneapolis did not make that list. It goes to prove my theory that nothing says Perfect First Date in the Twin Cities like a bottle of Boone’s Farm and a $5 cover charge at the Gay 90’s.

1 Comment so far

  1. Janna (unregistered) on May 1st, 2007 @ 1:04 pm

    Whoo!! Go Minneapolis!! I’m not surprised most of the cleanest cities are northern cities, though. Especially Canada. I don’t quite understand why Katsuyama, Japan made the list though… With only 26,000 people, does that even count as a major city? In Japan, that’s like a tiny village (I lived there for nine months in Osaka). Hm.



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