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bentusi16
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08:19:56 AM May 14th 2014
The Maryland section seems to make a somewhat stereotypical assumption that the state ends just south of Annapolis. The state is fairly divided into four regions. Northern or Baltimore, southern Maryland (blue when the sun is up, grey at night), the eastern shore (famous for chicken farms and ocean city), and western maryland (which is closer to appalachia). It also leaves out the locally famous Virginia vs. Maryland rivalry.

I am not saying the article is wrong, just that it seems based on a very north state view.

Also down in southern Maryland the joke is "the govener thinks the state border begins and ends in Baltimore. "
IYoo
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06:20:11 PM Jul 17th 2011
MINNESOTA Correction.

DFL stands for Democratic-Farmer-Labor rather than Democrat-Farmer-Labor.

For reference see dfl.org
bobknudsen
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09:55:31 AM Jan 20th 2011
edited by Westrim
Should we start a page on the state of Colorado? According to The Other Wiki, there are 39 films and 23 TV shows set in Colorado. Granted, some of these will overlap with those on the Denver page and others (like South Park) are duplicates, but still.
65.27.97.164
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07:29:24 PM Apr 16th 2010
As a Wisconsinite, I have no idea what "aina" means. The sentence would probably simply end in "eh?".
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