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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Apr 15, 2015.
What was Oklahoma doing for the first one hundred years? Just not answering the census?
Oklahoma was largely uninhabited by citizens (whites) until 1889.
Seems fairly accurate in my experience
"Any microbrew" and "Any malt liquor" made me chuckle.
Seems pretty spot on although Mich Ultra being a red staple is so weird to me considering it's basically marketed as a low cal lady beer.
bud diesel being more D than R had me shocked
I've noticed that hipsters tend to gravitate towards the regular versions of American beers, which is why MGD, High Life, and Busch are on the left. Honestly surprised Coors Banquet isn't over there with them.
Just out of focus, left of the chart --- PBR
The beer so great they named a mountain after it
It was set aside as Indian Territory and also used as a reservation
Never heard of it. I've had Rainier before though. Hahahahahaha
I see it advertised more as a Dad/golf beer
Would have bet that Budweiser and Coors light would have been swapped
Where I grew up, Budweiser was the first choice of African Americans. I think the xy is accurate
Not sure. Wouldn't shed a tear over it.
That malt liquor bubble
Western Hemisphere looking pretty clean what w ––– GODAMMIT, GUYANA. IT'S ALWAYS YOU.
Jamaica seems like an unlikely host for a resort called Hedonism in light of this map
Yeah I’ve got a friend that went on a vacation there with his boyfriend and one of the employees kinda let him know nicely no PDA as that is a crime
Perhaps Dairy Queen was onto something w Italians
People overstate their frequency of hand washing when self-reporting too
Dirty ass bastards.
Nederlanders are gross apparently
941Gator Where Eagles Dare that damn shelf
Really just ruins everything for most of the East Coast. Especially Ga/SC.
This is crazy to me. Someone alive now could see the earth’s population quadruple in their lifetime
Total Population of the World by Decade, 1950–2050
(historical and projected)
Year Total world population
(mid-year figures) Ten-year growth
1950 2,556,000,053 18.9%
1960 3,039,451,023 22.0
1970 3,706,618,163 20.2
1980 4,453,831,714 18.5
1990 5,278,639,789 15.2
2000 6,082,966,429 12.6
20101 6,848,932,929 10.7
20201 7,584,821,144 8.7
20301 8,246,619,341 7.3
20401 8,850,045,889 5.6
20501 9,346,399,468 —
That's bait not a map.gif
Fuck, now we got to change the title to 99% more maps
I wonder why the rate increase slows down.
Africa is exploding rn, at some point itll level off.
Got a like from 2015 on page 1 today. Thanks Pokes
I still don’t understand why so many people were searching google for the n word
Quarantine is taking its toll on me
Big Bang Theory and NCIS being the most popular shows the last few years tells you everything you need to know about the decline of America.
I guess I never realized exactly how much of a ratings powerhouse American Idol was.
I like the two second spot of Rosanne popping up to the top only to disappear a second later last year.
Mid to late 80s Top 3 of Cosby Show, Family Ties and Cheers is so strong.
Interesting to watch the eras of network domination.
Wonder what about certain TV themes says about that era culturally. Like, the 60s/70s being a bunch of Westerns, 80s/90s being sitcoms, 90s professional dramas, 2000s gameshows, 2000/2010s crime shows etc etc.
I'd also be interested in a 10k word thinkpiece on this
CBS has been way more dominant than I understood it to be over the years.
Also Gunsmoke had a hell of a run.