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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Apr 15, 2015.
No wonder Covid hit there so hard early on.
I think it's probably safe to assume the population under that interstate exchange is greater than 0.
map points out quite clearly that the literal only reason the south is republican is because of racism
Fuck right off Ireland
Nero looks how I thought he would.
Is it just me or did the skin tones start to really darken in the mid 100’s?
The empire had begun shifting east
Pretty sure Florianus lived in my dorm.
I was going to say that a guy I worked with in Mumbai was a dead ringer for him
Most popular baby names for 2019 by state.
Last Week Tonight has some impressive reach
my grandfathers middle name was Oliver and he despised it.
truly a man ahead of his time.
other grandfathers first name was Homer though so i suppose it’s all relative.
Wonder how many of those WIlliams are "William Robert"s.
Like noted Academy Award™ winning thespian, William Robert Thornton.
My nephew is a William who goes by Liam so he checks two of the boxes.
Oh that is the most disgusting technicality I’ve ever seen.
Really original parents.
You breeders are the worst, jesus christ.
Interesting, looks like over half of MA is blue
Massachusetts is the 15th most populous state but only has has like a dozen counties. Contrast that with Tennessee which has the same pop but nearly 100 counties.
Population density, how does it work?
Blue but one of the lonely blue ones not close to any other one
Not sorry for the format.
im gray in both appearance and demeanor
Only lived in blue except during college.
gray surrounded by blue on 3/4 sides.
29 years in blue (ATL, ORL, DEN), two years out of country, four years in gray (NW FL, central TX)
Can confirm buggy for shopping cart in Tennessee
Iowa once again proving it is a dumb state
I’ve lived in VA for 36 years and never once heard brick used in that manner
I've lived in Florida a total of 9 years and never heard flaw or green.
Georgia and Colorado are accurate
Lived in FL for 35 of my 40 years and I have never heard the term flaw or green used that way.
Sounds like we’ve got a flaud poll!!!
This is a great tourism idea:
This made my brain short-circuit.
I didn't know this is where Tea and Chai came from:
Yea but the further from the equator the more things get skewed on that type of flat map, so the Pacific Ocean isn’t THAT big
Learned something new today, Giraffes have regional pattern differences. Thank you
Honestly one of the coolest graphics I’ve seen posted. That’s wild.