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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Apr 15, 2015.
Does it smell like subway inside. If so I’m out
We don’t even have a Tim Hortons...
Next you're gonna tell me North Dakota and Nebraska don't have In-N-Out
But you’re so close to Canada
Are there even in-n-outs in Nebraska or N Dakota?
It is not good pizza
Live in Virginia and have never even seen a Mod
Where in Virginia?
Nope. Not sure on the accuracy of that map considering maybe 1% of the population of our state has even had In-N-Out. I mean the closest one to us is either Utah or Texas.
Probably already discussed in this thread but I was wondering why the fuck Greenland looks so big on the map when it's fucking smaller in size than Democratic Republic of Congo
Cool site... search Greenland and drag it to see the true size
Awesome map. I used it the other way. I searched for countries on the equator and then dragged them up to the North Pole to see how big they got.
You can also do it with US states so you can really see how massive Alaska is since traditional US maps always make it smaller than it really is
Stay cute Texas
And to think, Russia sold us for two cents an acre.
They played the long game....
Used to live across the street from a Mod. I would compare it to Chipotle. Not a bad option tbh
Now drag it over the west coast
My boss did this with Texas in a meeting with our European colleagues when they were patting themselves on the back about setting up a central processing unit in the Czech Republic to service all of Europe, and challenging us to do the same for North America. We're a food production company and 99% of what we make is consumed within 24 hours of production.
Today is the first I have ever heard of a Mod pizza. Never seen one physically, an ad for one, people taking about it, etc. Shit is made up.
There are a couple of competitors in that space. A big one is called Blaze Pizza which is basically the same thing and has lebron james as one of its big investors
I have heard of Blaze, but haven't had it.
not to say you’re wrong in any way, but this post also tangentially points out how terrible our internal rail infrastructure is compared to Europe and Asia. Confounding given our country’s size and how much it would improve commerce.
Blaze Pizza is good. Their GF pizza tastes just as good as regular pizza in my opinion.
I thought blaze and mod were the same thing with different names; like Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr
In the first map:
New Hampshire is understandable.
Surprised Montana and ND aren’t even with NH.
Nevada gets a pass.
Explain to me like i'm 5..."ethanol"?
Ethanol is the drinking kind of alcohol. The map shows gallons of alcohol consumed
so that's kinda what I was thinking, I guess its just the opposite (weighted by population) of the image above and is skewed by population and real consumption.
Doing my part to bring Georgia's average up to a respectable level.
this is cool but in reality all it shows you is where the super wealthy people for each sector live. The amount of stock they own makes the average person’s stock inconsequential.
The way I understand the title is that it doesn’t weight investors, it says “how likely an investor is to be in a sector compared to average”
So my 100 shares are the same as someone else with 10k.
Indeed, it also isn't including the super-wealthy in its measurements, its dataset is users of openfolio.com
Well even on those type brokers usually a small percentage make up 75%+ of the volume.
be that as it may, wealth and account size was not taken into consideration in the underlying dataset of the map i just posted.
So people invest more heavily in the stuff they live around, shocking report
interactive maps showing COVID rates among major ethnic groups
might be behind paywall, idk
yeah don't think too hard, it's basically a population map. Not sure what they thought that would accomplish
Where bears live in North America
That random dot in GA makes no sense to me.
What about Kodiak bears?
They only live on the Kodiak islands of Alaska
There are definitely bears in more areas than that in GA and AL.
This is why it’s important that they answer the census
Bear lives matter