If you thought I was simply being excitable the other day when I raged against the incompetance of the Money magazine editors who picked my home town, Moorestown, NJ, as America's best town, I now have further proof that these hacks have absolutely no idea what they're talking about.
The Philadelphia NBC station reports that Money magazine's 28th best town in America--Wexford, PA--doesn't exist.
Wexford, you see, is a postal designation, not a town. It has no mayor. No borders. No main street. The USPS simply uses "Wexford" has shorthand for an area comprising parts of four other towns.
Really, shouldn't someone at Money lose their job over this?
12 hours ago