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Is This How You See Our Country?

Is This How You See Our Country?

Foursquare, the online app that lets you “check in” to let your friends know where you are, has pooled together some data to let us know how Red and Blue states differ in their habits. Is your state on the list?

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2:27AM PST on Nov 11, 2012

Guess I don't see whatever the person is trying to say! But thanks for their time!

9:51AM PDT on Oct 31, 2012

I'm not sure I understand this post...

8:07AM PDT on Oct 28, 2012

Pretty pointless 'article'/graphic.

11:35PM PDT on Oct 15, 2012

Pretty worthless infographic.

12:28PM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

I wonder Charlene. Maybe it is time to wean people off of destructive religions. The thre most dangerous belief systems are the Abrahamic traditions. They are the ones that create, the most divisive behaviors that threaten the world.

Many believe that America is actually a theocracy rather than a democracy and that is dangerous.

We recently had a president who prayed to one of these gods and launched two illegal wars. Causing hundreds of thousands of casualties and eliminating a surplus left him by a former president and caused him to send this nation into the depths of adversity by creating an obscene debt.

25% of Americans believe that the end of times WILL definitely happen either real soon or in the next 50 years. Another 23% believe it WILL happen in the future.

When you have that many people running around believing that if they look out there window and see a mushroom cloud that it is a good sign, that creates some real problems even in their day to day choices.

10:35AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

I see our nation, as confused.

We fortunately, have enough progressives to move us forward, but we still have far too many citizens, who have a puritanical way of thinking, that want to take the U.S.A. back behind the rest of the world, which is happening as we speak.
We are _not_ number one in very many areas, anymore.

SCIENCE and RELIGION need not clash, except for those without enough education. Even, the Pope has recognized evolution. If you choose to believe in religion, including the devil, you fit right in with believing in unproven facts. This is not to say that you shouldn't. In the end, it is up to the individual.
When you deny science, you show your ignorance of proven facts, about our planet.

9:29AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012


7:48AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

I wonder how accurate this is, for one thing, and whether or not population density/tourism was taken into account...
Not very useful, but thanks, I guess.

5:32AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

Well, that is two minutes of my life wasted.

4:35AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

Interesting but totally useless information.

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