Men’s Health Magazine recently declared the hometown of Fez Marie Whatley to be America’s #1 Frown Town. The study was based on suicide rates, unemployment rates, number of households using antidepressants, and polls recording number of people feeling down. The result?
We put America on the therapist’s couch and discovered that not only is St. Petersburg our Saddest City, but Florida in general seems to be a depressing place to live.
Of course, this information shed’s new light on our Fezzy Brown Cartoon. So we decided to have a whole new caption contest, so you can tell us, why is Fezzie Brown, (and all of St Pete) so sad?
CONGRATULATIONS TO Adam Patterson, who won the caption contest with his submission, “All our dads died!” Adam wins a copy of Physics of the Future, autographed by the author, Dr. Michio Kaku.
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