Cleveland Not a Good City For Men




Men's Health broke out their 10th annual rankings of the best cities for men and Cleveland was way, way down near the bottom, finishing 89th out of 100 cities. What highly scientific metric did the mag use in their breakdown? Turns out they factored in a quite exhaustive list of stats, from health to happiness, from work to travel, from crime to income.

And by that equation, Cleveland's not a very good town for men, which we assume stems mainly from the fact that Dick Goddard lives here, and every man feels like less of one when they are near that badass.

The full rankings and methodology are here, if you're curious.

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