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Boston Ranked High on the List of the Angriest American Cities

Boston was ranked high on the list of the angriest American cities according to Thrillist.

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Philadelphia was ranked the angriest city for it's crazy fans, insecurity when comparing themselves to New York, and distinct accents.
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Cleveland, Ohio, was the second angriest city because of its sports fans and their numerous heartbreaks.
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Boston was ranked the third angriest city because of Bostonians obsession with their sports teams, unpredictable "bone-chilling" winters, and horrible traffic on the Mass Pike, 93, 95, and Storrow Drive.
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Washington D.C. came in as the fourth angriest city because of the opposing political viewpoints.
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Detroit was ranked as the fifth angriest city for giving the world musicians such as Kid Rock and Eminem.
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Chicago came in as the sixth angriest city for its incredibly harsh winters and Cubs vs. White Sox rivalry.
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New York City came in as the seventh angriest city for its impatient drivers, subway riders, and food orderers.
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San Francisco came in as the eighth angriest city for its expensive housing prices, terrible traffic, large homeless population, and numerous hills.
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Portland came in as the ninth angriest city for its massive amount of "tech bros," Portlandia references, and gentrification.
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Las Vegas was the tenth angriest city because many of the residents work in casinos and must deal with drunken travelers year round.
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