A Map Of The USA ... By People Who Dont Live There!!!

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    Oct 19, 2011 1:30 AM GMT
    This is so scarily true!

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    I should comment on two truisms:

    -the entire region in the top middle to me was completely blank to me before I met my friend from Minnesota and I flew there..... . Now I know it as the region where State names end in "-ota" lol

    -Before I ever went to Boston.. I was totally convinced that EVERYTHING NORTH OF NEW YORK WAS CANADA.... lol... funny...

    best part is Socal: surfers and closet homosexuals... LMAO
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    Oct 19, 2011 2:43 AM GMT
    That's pretty funny.

    When I was in Europe...when people asked where I was from and I told them Alabama.. every other person would just start singing "Sweet Home Alabama"...I had one chick in England rap it to me, and one dude in Germany do it in a metal-type version.
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    Oct 19, 2011 2:49 AM GMT
    Hawaii and Alaska are not really part of the US.

    Only one state name ends in -ota. That's Minnesota in the information not available region.

    Funny map especially Vermont. It really is part of Canada.
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    Oct 19, 2011 2:54 AM GMT
    commoncoll saidHawaii and Alaska are not really part of the US.

    Only one state name ends in -ota. That's Minnesota in the information not available region.

    Funny map especially Vermont. It really is part of Canada.


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    and you live where?

    North and South Dakota are part of Canada?

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    Oct 19, 2011 3:20 AM GMT
    Dean_Aane said

    and you live where?

    North and South Dakota are part of Canada?

    Funny! Isn't it? icon_lol.gif

    I live in the state that Arizona is a part of: Texas
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    Oct 19, 2011 3:24 AM GMT
    oh, it's like a play on this:

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    cute....
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    Oct 19, 2011 3:30 AM GMT
    I laffed.

    Import saidoh, it's like a play on this:

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    cute....
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    Oct 19, 2011 3:42 AM GMT
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    This map is included in Tengai Makyou: Daishi no Mokushiroku (The Fourth Apocalypse), a RPG (role-playing game) known for its historical parody humour, Vestal explains. The first three games take place in Japan, the fourth in an America that, cartographically at least, looks like it’s in or near Japan.

    • Alaska is an island, including the fictional city of Ice Palace.
    • Montana is located oceanside, under Seattle, which apparently has a thing with cats.
    • Portland and Lake Tahoe are near the supersized San Francisco Bay, which contains an equally inflated Alcatraz.
    • San Fran itself is placed on the wrong side of its bay.
    • Los Angeles (under the sign still reading ‘Hollywoodland’) is just north of Arizona; close by are the cities of Las Vegas, Tombstone, Phoenix and Carlsbad Caverns.
    • So great they named it twice: another Carlsbad Caverns appears near El Paso, which is separated from Houston by a large bay, near which can also be found the (Mexican) cities of Oaxaca and Mexico City.
    • The north (labeled ‘Minnesota’) is dominated by St Paul, Minneapolis, Yellowstone and Chicago, which boasts an enormous skyscraper (probably but not recognizably the Sears Tower).
    • The northwestern peninsula of America is called Michigan, and counts two major cities: Detroit and Indianapolis.
    • New Jersey apparently is a hole in the ground, while New York is located on an island way off the mainland.
    • New Orleans is placed about right, Atlanta is too far south (and south of Florida).
    • The centre of the country is dominated by the gigantic monument of Mount Rushmore, not far from the town of Missouri. To the south, apparently surrounded by desert, is the city of Dallas.
    • Oh yes, and there is no Canada! Makes one wonder where that waterfall on America’s northeastern peninsula comes from…
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    Oct 19, 2011 5:40 AM GMT
    There are many things I love about America, and I've always wanted to visit (as much of it as possible), but these videos never fail to crack me up!

    Here's what America thinks about the rest of the world!





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    Oct 19, 2011 5:56 AM GMT
    Import saidoh, it's like a play on this:

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    cute....


    Funny map there...sorta looks like the old maps of the "known" world.
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    Oct 19, 2011 1:59 PM GMT
    nicerough saidThere are many things I love about America, and I've always wanted to visit (as much of it as possible), but these videos never fail to crack me up!

    Here's what America thinks about the rest of the world!





    Just remember guys.. THESE folks are the ones who vote..........


    (I wanna puke)
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    Oct 23, 2011 7:24 PM GMT
    [quote][cite]GreenHopper said[/cite]
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    Funny map! Reminds me of the old "Map of the World" from circa 1968.

    However, the map does contain one glaring error: Southern California is NOT the bottom HALF of the state. The Northern California magenta should be extended almost half way down into the yellow. "Southern" California lies only south of the Tehachapi Mountains, about the bottom half of the yellow on the map.
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    Oct 25, 2011 3:23 PM GMT
    The only area they missed was the 'bible belt' which has grown by leaps and bounds since the Tea Bagger Evengelicals have spread the 'word of the lord'.

    Now the bible belt takes in all of this maps texas red, the orange most of the amish territory, the ohio area and the "grey area", all areas of which grey matter is missing or not used in favor of 'biblical' superstitions.

    A woman by the name of Bachmann, or a man named Perry can tell you all about how the 'bible belt' is the best and will lead Amerika back to God, and save the whole country from the homasexul recruiters and the non believers who want god out of guberment and prosicoot the godly bible thumpers, who only want whats best for Amerika..