Monday Trivia #96 [Don Zeko wins!]

Wyoming, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Arkansas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, Louisiana, Kentucky, Alabama, New Mexico, South Dakota, Tennessee, Missouri, Idaho, North Carolina, Florida, Kansas, Georgia, Delaware, Texas, Iowa, Nebraska, Arizona, Maine, Vermont, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Oregon, Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, Nevada, Alaska, Ohio, Utah, Michigan, Hawaii, California, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Washington, Illinois, New Jersey, Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, DC

Will Truman

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    • Mississippi ahead of several of the big western states would concern me for that one, as would Rhode Island ahead of Washington. Perhaps miles of federal interstate highway per capita?

      • Hm. I’d expect California to be near the bottom, with its huge, huge population, and Alaska to be at the very top, given a long stretch of road between Anchorage and Fairbanks.

        ‘Course if this were a correct guess, Will would no doubt have said so by now.

  1. What is up with Alaska? All of my initial thoughts seem plausible, and then I spot Alaska.

  2. Percentage of work force employed by the federal government, from least to most?

  3. Belated Tuesday Hint: You’d rather be at the bottom of this list than the top of this list. Nobody wants to be at the top of this list.

  4. This of course proves a point I’ve long made – drivers from the Northeastern megalopolis may be nasty, crazy SOBs, but we’ve got the skills to more than back that up.

    • Nope, it’s not skill.

      Y’all are stuck in traffic jams and so can’t get up the necessary speed and momentum to get in fatal crashes.

      The rest of the nation has the requisite open highway to get everywhere faster (including the afterlife).

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