Archive for the ‘Maps’ Category

As of 3/28/20.

Ok, I have a problem with this one. As Neil Armstrong once said when asked what state should get credit for inventing flight, “Well, Ohio provided the innovation. North Carolina provided the wind.”

PS- Alabama invented hearing aids?

PPS- Oklahoma must really be proud of the parking meter, huh?

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Australia? Huh.

Ohio seems well represented.

Nebraska. Who knew? Complete rankings are below the map.

Here the 2019 rankings:

1. Nebraska
2. Iowa
3. Missouri
4. South Dakota
5. Florida
6. Kentucky
7. Kansas
8. North Carolina
9. Montana
10. Hawaii
11. Arkansas
12. Wisconsin
13. North Dakota
14. Vermont
15. New Hampshire
16. Alabama
17. Texas
18. Idaho
19. Mississippi
20. Wyoming
21. Oklahoma
22. Tennessee
23. Massachusetts
24. Michigan
25. West Virginia
26. Ohio
27. Rhode Island
28. Georgia
29. Indiana
30. Connecticut
31. Maine
32. Delaware
33. Colorado
34. Pennsylvania
35. Utah
36. Louisiana
37. New Mexico
38. Arizona
39. Virginia
40. Minnesota
41. South Carolina
42. New Jersey
43. California
44. Oregon
45. Nevada
46. Washington
47. Illinois
48. Alaska
49. New York
50. Maryland

Not a coffee drinker so I do not care. Italy is a bit of a surprise though.

Seriously Nepal?

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Wait. What? This is according to Google searches over the past week.

Freddie Krueger beat out Alex P. Keaton in Ohio? Shocking.

Color coded with each team’s colors.

These map percentages indicate responses to the question: “Do you wash your hands automatically with soap and water after going to the toilet?” Faring the worst: The Netherlands, which clocks in at only 50%, and Italy, where a mere 57% of respondents said that they adhere to this hygienic practice. I’m not sure about you, but I might reconsider my craving for a hand-tossed pizza with the works whilst in Italy from this point forwards.

‘Merica?

Interesting.

Interesting stuff.

I met Lex Wexner once. Seemed like a regular dude.

Cool.

Yikes.

That’s a whole lot of ships.

Cool.

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Can’t argue with Ohio. Love me some stuffed mushrooms, man. This is according to Google.

 

Interesting.

Sorry rest of the US of A, but the Buckeye State might just have you all beat in this one. I mean, The Shawshank Redemption? Seriously? Tough to top.

Note: If you haven’t seen The Shawshank Redemption you can no longer be my friend, are an ignoramus of the highest order, and you should be beaten about the head and shoulders with a bag of lugnuts.

Note 2: Seriously Iowa? That’s all you got?

Barley Pops per state.

South Dakota, man.

Depending on the time of day or time of year, there could be anywhere from 8,000 to 20,000 planes mid-flight at any given moment over the United States. In addition, an average of 2,789,971 passengers a day fly in and out of U.S. airports.