Forbes -

This year we examined nine factors for the 200 largest metro areas in the U.S. The metrics include the serious: violent crime, unemployment, foreclosures, taxes (income and property) and home prices. We also include less weighty, but still important quality-of-life issues like commute times and weather.

1. Detroit, MI
2. Flint, MI
3. Rockford, IL
4. Chicago, IL
5. Modesto, CA
6. Vallejo, CA
7. Warren, MI
8. Stockton, CA
9. Lake County, IL
10. New York City, NY
11. Toledo, OH
12. St. Louis, MO
13. Camden, NJ
14. Milwaukee, WI
15. Atlantic City, NJ
16. Atlanta, Ga
17. Cleveland, OH
18. Poughkeepsie, NY
19. Gary, IN
20. Youngstown, OH

If there’s one thing the internet has taught me is that if something is online and in list form, then it must be true. So this must be true. New York City and Chicago — two of the the most notable cities in America — are more miserable to live in than Camden, NJ. Yes, THAT Camden, New Jersey. The same Camden with ZERO police, uncoordinated white pre-hookers, and where I once saw a rockhead pick a random needle off the ground and place it in his pocket for later. THAT Camden. Totally less miserable than New York and Chicago.

Makes me think that Big Cat should stop trying to smokescreen everybody with BS violent crime facts and silly burrito contests and worry about leaving that place without multiple hollow tips in his chest cavity. Nine spots worse than CAMDEN? Maybe a Stoolie will buy him a vest.

Cue the music!