Reasons Norway Is the Best Place to Live
1. No Tourists
Norway is left unscathed by the masses of stupid tourists (namely Americans) trampling on their goodwill and patience. Why? Because no one actually knows where Norway is. Go ahead, try and explain to me where it is on a map. Go on, I'll wait.
2. 100% Literacy Rate
Literacy rate is defined by the percentage of a population over the age of 15 that can read and write. Norway has a 100% literacy rate. If you can read this, think about that.
The country has one of the most advanced telecommunications networks in Europe. I don't trust this information as I have never received a phone call from anyone in Norway.
4. 69 TV Stations
On average, that is 942 less television stations than an American is subjected to. With Matlock only on once a day, Norwegians use their free time to, I don't know, LIVE.
Norway just finished building the world's first full-scale floating wind turbine. Is there an iPhone app for that?
By Ned Ryerson, a freelance artistic director living in Montana.
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