Utah. How could you suggest that living in Fargo, North Dakota is depressing and thus predisposing to different maladies? Did you ever see the movie Fargo? Remember that beautiful landscape in the dead of winter? Those uplifting characters with the woodchippers?
We like it here. Where else can one be locked into their cabin for 5 months out of the year because it is so dark and so cold your spit freezes on air impact, where the winds have howled daily for thousands of years, where it is so flat that when your spit does thaw in the spring it causes major flooding of the Red River, where there are no trees really and the highest mountian is the local dike built to stop the spring spittle flooding, and where the spiciest food is Norwegian flatbread.
After five months of playing cards indoors we look forward to going out doors again, only to be greeted first by black gnats and then trillions of mosquoitos and black flies which force us back
inside to play cards until the next fall when the freeze kills the bugs. And then winter comes.
It is a very good place to live. If you like cards.