We Did Not Win The Crazy Award

Los Angeles is only the 27th Craziest City in America.

L.A. – Where people plaster the sides of historic buildings with pictures of the Mad Hatter, and chase Twittering food through city streets.

The Daily Beast ranked the nation’s 57 largest metropolitan areas based on “psychiatrists per capita, stress, eccentricity and drinking levels.”

#27, Los Angeles

Psychiatrists per capita: 28
Stress: 22
Eccentricity: 5
Drinking: 53

Colorful Character: Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski have transformed their home into a Bunny Museum, a shrine to over 23,000 bunny collectibles that include bunny-themed furniture, light fixtures, kitchenware, toiletries, books, and games.

Apparently, Cincinnati is #1 when it comes to crazy.

This proves my theory that all of those people that I see mumbling and stumbling on the streets of L.A. are actors from Ohio.

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3 thoughts on “We Did Not Win The Crazy Award”

  1. Wow. Providence is the third craziest city and Milwaukee is the fourth. I mean, sure there’s that whole Dahmer thing, but other than that…

  2. Interesting. Cincinnati (three tries to spell it correctly, dammit) is known for repressing the arts, and Los Angeles, I think it’s fair to say, is a place where artistic freedom flourishes in many forms. I’d say there’s a lesson there.

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