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And just like Washington and Oregon, Turkey and Israel are good friends.
Do I need to change my nickname to Mike in PO(land)?
Now we'll never get EU membership.
I don't recognize Oregon's right to exist.
You'll notice that China's not on there.
In 20 years, they will own us all.
Misspelled Morocco... :)
Would be interesting to do this for other things as well. For example, I remember the Kerry quote during the 2004 campaign about how Missouri's military commitment was bigger than Great Britain's. If the military were divided between states on the basis of enlistments by state or something, would Texas have bigger armed forces than Russia?
#5 Neither is Japan, Germany or the UK.
It just shows the unequal amount of wealth and consumption concentrated in one country.
For a state with 6 million people to have as large a GDP as a country with 71 million people is a pretty good thing, IMO.
But I am sure some capital hill commies will come on and shoot their mouth off about how unfair capitalism is, then go put on their aldos and ipods and walk down to REI to pick up a new nalgene bottle.
10: With all due respect, WTF are a you talking about?
Apparently I live in Canada now. Whoo Hoo! I can finally stop apologizing for that son of a Bush "president" no one elected and go get me some socialized medicine!
Republic of Korea: where our young go to party and our elderly go to die
Wow! Our soccer team just got WAY better.
A better look at it is why do most of these countries have decent health care and we don't?
@5 Someone did a map of larger economies. I can't find it now, but China would cover the West Coast, Japan took the entire Midwest and the Northeast, Germany got the Mid-Atlantic states, and UK was the South.
BB: Nice one!
Strangely appropriate that Minnesota should correspond so nicely to Norway.
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