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Monday, October 30, 2006

No, this doesn't mean that the Rams will beat the Lions in the Super Bowl - both are NFC teams 


It is an eerie coincidence.

Last week, the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Detroit Tigers in baseball's World Series.

This week, the city of St. Louis defeated the city of Detroit in the race to be the most dangerous city in the U.S.

Here are the most dangerous cities (with 371 being the worst):


362. Gary, Ind.
363. Youngstown, Ohio
364. Oakland, Calif.
365. Cleveland
366. Birmingham, Ala.
367. Camden, N.J.
368. Compton, Calif.
369. Flint, Mich.
370. Detroit
371. St. Louis



And the safest:


1. Brick, N.J.
2. Amherst, N.Y.
3. Mission Viejo, Calif.
4. Newton, Mass.
5. Troy, Mich.
6. Colonie, N.Y.
7. Irvine, Calif.
8. Cary, N.C.
9. Greece, N.Y.
10. Coral Springs, Fla.



Ontario, California was number 204. Chino Hills was 21, Rancho Cucamonga 62, Chino 88, Fontana 167, Pomona 255. Claremont, Montclair, and Upland were not listed.

Interestingly enough, El Monte was higher than Ontario (163), and Santa Ana was also higher (170). And Berkeley was lower (226).

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