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New Jersey New Jersey not known?!

Discussion in 'NorthEast Regional Discussion' started by Billy_Shears, Nov 21, 2002.

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  1. Billy_Shears

    Billy_Shears Jedi Youngling star 3

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    Did anyone else read in that article about students having poor geography skills that 70% of Americans cannot find New Jersey on a map? What gives?!?!?!?!?
     
  2. Cailinn-Sarr

    Cailinn-Sarr Jedi Youngling star 3

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    It's called "The Dumbing of America".It goes hand-in-hand with this lovely(NOT)P.C. world we live in,no wonder the U.S. ranks so low compared to the rest of the world in education.In case anyone is wondering,I'm not anti-american,I served 8yrs honorably in the Army. :)
     
  3. Ghosts_Of_Anakin

    Ghosts_Of_Anakin Jedi Knight star 6

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    New Jersey is referred to as the armpit of the East Coast.

    :_|



    [hl=white]I could set the building on fire..[/hl]
     
  4. Billy_Shears

    Billy_Shears Jedi Youngling star 3

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    New Jersey is referred to as the armpit of the East Coast.

    That's old news. ;)

    And besides, we're the armpit of America.
     
  5. Jedi_Satimber

    Jedi_Satimber Jedi Knight star 8

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    I can't believe that geography has not been stressed in school. :(
     
  6. DarthGyos

    DarthGyos Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Someone actually called NJ a borrough of New York.

    Pathetic.

    I like bringing people here and taking them around to places like Wyckoff, Cape May and Freehold and watch them eat their words.



     
  7. GhostsBeautifulSong

    GhostsBeautifulSong Jedi Youngling star 1

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    I seem to remeber that geography was required for graduation when I went to Salem HS.
     
  8. Jedi_Satimber

    Jedi_Satimber Jedi Knight star 8

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    I thought that is was a requirement in Elementary School. ?[face_plain]
     
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