Nintendo Switch consoles and Playstations were impossible to find at the height of the pandemic, but the fact that gamers cleaned Texas out must have helped our cities vault into the Top 100. The #1 gaming city is a total surprise, and #2 is right here in Texas.
School is getting ready to start up again, and students are getting excited about new friends, new teachers, new backpacks, and a brand new start. And there's this not-so-happy news that Texas ranks among the lowest in the US for SAT scores, so we gotta buckle down. There is one bright spot though.
If you have a really fun weekend planned, that might mean you're headed to Louisiana. One site says Texas is just a mediocre place for fun, but Louisiana is a Top 5 spot for amusement. Really? Ok, why?!
These "fun" rankings are based on several things, and it's a whole lot more than just your co-workers telling silly jokes all day...
Are we selfish? Texans don't volunteer time or give as much money as other states do, but we have a chance to change that today. It's National Giving Day, and that's why you're seeing #GivingTuesday on social media.
And See how low Texas ranks in terms of the most charitable states. It's not pretty.