A Cloud in Pants

I think I've figured out why I've got bronchitis. It's not because it's cold. It's not because 'It's going around.' It's because I live in the most Polluted City in the US. I looked it up online (US Mayors.com) tonight, and Los Angeles, is the most polluted in terms of Smog and Particle Pollution. I'm not 100 percent sure what that means, but I noticed that a city could be on the list for being bad on one, and not even really be that bad on the other. I'm guessing it has to do with industrial stuff. Coal burning and Oil and other non-smog pollutants in the air. All the other crap that we throw up into our atmosphere. So I think I've figured out I officially have to move. I may be OK in a different apartment with windows that actually seal to keep out the dirtiness of the air here, but I think I'd be better off just moving away.

I was talking to Jim earlier, and thinking about New York. I really miss New York. Unfortunately, that's on that list of dirty places too, not to mention it's freakin' expensive to live there. So I look at the list of Green cities that's on the same site as the other list. New York is on that list, thanks mostly to the extensive public Transportation System. Portland is also on that list which intrigues me. I like the idea of living up in the Northwest. But sadly other than that I have no reason to move up there. Maybe I will fall in love and get married and we will move up there and live happily ever after. But that's still a pipe dream. I'll probably wind up back in the Northeast.

I was thinking about San Diego earlier this evening, stay in the general southern California region, but that's on the list of polluted cities too. I don't know. I still want to move to New Zealand. Although, I really don't think that's going to happen anytime soon. There's so much I want to do. But not having money is quite the inhibitor.

Question of the Day: Where would you live if life was ideal?

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