3 Oct 1999: Fans of the Cincinnati Bengals wear unhappy paper bag faces crying about the Cincinnati Reds worst season during a game against the St. Louis Rams at the Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Rams defeated the Bengals 38-10. Mandatory Credit: Andy Lyons /Allsport
So much for fun in the sun. Most people in the Magic City are miserable in Miami.
That's the assessment of Forbes.com, which ranked Miami as the second most miserable city on its annual list of places where the outlook is as depressing as a funeral procession.
The finance magazine also factors in the success, or lack there of, of local sports teams and the brutal daily commute, which makes it easy to see why Miami is the place not to be.
But no one likes to be No. 2. So why was Miami left from the top spot? Blame the sun.
"The good weather and lack of a state income tax are the only things that kept Miami out of the top spot," Forbes.com wrote.
Miami was No. 6 last year, so our dire situation has - well, become even worse.
For good measure, Cleveland ranked 10th for their LeBron hatred.
We'll drink to that with a smile.