The life and experiences of a community college philosophy teacher, department chair and former debate coach.
you mean you've never heard of Arkassouri?
Memphis in Oklahoma and Chicago in Iowa are probably worse that Milwaukee in Minnesota--- although, if you ask people in Wisconsin, you'd probably get a different answer.When I saw this, what caught my eye was Omaha in South Dakota...
I'm personally a fan of Buffalo, just floating out there in Lake Superior. (Is that Lake Superior?)
I don't think that is Lake Superior -- it is west (i.e behind the top of the window...) Buffalo seems to be in Canada...
Ah. So it is. Looks like I'm no better than Mexican Greyhound when it comes to geography!
I have a feeling I'd do even worse on Mexican geography, alas. And I have, what, 12 years of college? I'm guessing that's a few more than the guys who applied the stencils.It looks like some of the stencils got displaced, doesn't it? Like if they moved a whole chunck of the writing over, it would be a lot closer.
I think that is exactly what happened... the cities are in the right relationship to one another, but just moved west and north a bit... I know that, off the top of my head, I could do parts of Mexican geography... but, I think I could do better than they did with ours if given a map, and I kind of presume the Grehound people would have a US map... Although, if you buy a road atlas at Wal-Mart (yes, I have... some camping trips there were no choices) it didn't include Mexico or Canada -- even though it said "North American" road atlas on the cover...
Heh. That's great! :)
Hahaha, that's pretty amusing. Though, I tend to agree with them...most of the Midwest (that I've seen anyway on the occasional debate trip during my career) looked exactly the same regardless of what state we were in. ;)
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