Archive for the ‘Maps’ Category


Mill Creeks galore.

Whaddup Nebraska?

Weird indeed. There are some good ones there.

Wow. You have to look real close to find Bangladesh.


I like it.

The United States comprises several different regions, each with its own rich history and cultural identity. Exactly where those regions start and end has been a long-running debate, but according to author Colin Woodard, the United States can be divided into these 11 distinct sub-nations. His book is called American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America, and it’s pretty fascinating reading.

Not surprised.


I question the accuracy of this map.

In the 1770s, the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia laid claims and established control over areas that form parts of today’s Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Maryland. These claims would have been sorted by the Mason-Dixon Line that demarcated Pennsylvania from Maryland, but the survey was abandoned in 1767. In 1776, inspired by the ongoing Revolutionary War and fearing a civil war between both states, citizens of the disputed region declared independence and renamed the region “The Province And Government of Westsylvania.” Thereafter, they petitioned Congress to admit them as the 14th state of the Union. Congress ignored the petition, and the two states settled their border dispute in 1780. True story that I bet you did not know.

According to Wall Street marketing agencies.




Never made it across the ocean yet. You’d think one or two would’ve stowed away on a ship or something. Huh.

Lay’s Chips? For realz?

What? No Sweet Cheezus? Sad really.

Well Kentucky, that’s mean-spirited.

This depresses me.

You can go from Canada to Mexico without leaving a state where Ted Turner owns a ranch.

Southeast domination.