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Strange Maps

This is a really fascinating blog featuring strange maps.  Start looking, and you won’t be able to stop.

5 Responses to “Strange Maps”

  1. guy says:

    That soda/pop thing always intrigues me. I really wonder how the distribution that map shows got so messed up. I live on the soda/pop border in southern WI so it’s easy to run into both populations.

  2. Bitter says:

    I’m proud my home county is a 80-100% Coke county! :)

  3. Micheal says:

    Interesting map, just hope federal grant money wasn’t used for it. But for the record- me being a Southerner call it Coke. My Midwest northern wife calls it pop.

  4. MrsWeebork says:

    That was extremely addictive.

  5. J Richardson says:

    This is great! I just had to send the cheese map of Canada to a friend who is both Canadian and a registered dietician!

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