The Washington Times - December 30, 2008, 08:48AM

Minneapolis and Seattle tied for the top spot in an annual assessment of the most literate cities in America, LiveScience is reporting.

The assessment is based on local newspaper and magazine circulation, library data, online news readership, book purchases and resources, and educational attainment.


Oh, you think you’re SO special, don’t you, Seattle and Minneapolis?  You think you’re SO superior because you READ.

Well, I’ve got news for you.  We can read AND watch TV at the same time!  We’ve got “Wheel of Fortune.”