Discussion in 'Community' started by Terr_Mys, Nov 29, 2009.
I may have to journey to Toronto someday.
So apparently the world map for the new Pokémon game looks suspiciously like northern France. You can make out a Paris-like capital (complete with Eiffel Tower knockoff), some kind of church surrounded by water in the same general location as Mont St-Michel, the Breton stone circles, the Channel Islands, potential equivalents of La Rochelle, Le Havre, and other cities, possibly some of the Loire Valley chateaux, and an area near Paris that could have been inspired by the gardens at Versailles or Fontainebleau.
France should totally sue.
Percentage of House members, by state, who voted to amend "Obamacare" funds:
Look at how Dallas dominates hat map.
aside from dallas itself, it only really dominates some very sparsely populated areas. i found it interesting that san antonio is mostly saints fans. also the location of oakland fans.
I like how San Francisco completely eclipses Oakland so they apparently don't have any fans within a 5 hour drive. And what's with all the Pittsburgh fans in South Carolina?
Which map are we talking about? I'm so confused.
Obviously the Pokemon one.
I thought we were talking about the one on page 6? You have mislead me. Damn you.
As much indifference as I have for the Cowboys, despite living here, they are popular in more than just very sparsely areas (outside of Dallas). They consistently rank as the most valuable NFL franchise, most valuae pro sports franchise in the country in fact.
Heh this whole map is British.
Do videos of maps count? Here's the day by day territory changes on the map of Europe, Northern Africa, the Middle East and the Horn of Africa during World War II.
Whoh mesmerizing. I didn't want to blink in case I missed something. That sort of a map should be required for any history class.
Here's the Pacific version, by the way
Every color is one billion people:
Population density by latitude and longitude:
Map of Nuclear Explosions:
This site has an amazing assortment of maps: http://www.radicalcartography.net
Check it out!
Here's a map of the planet Krypton, that shows the island where all their black people were segregated to:
Ah yes the Golden Age of comics.
I'm not sure the UK is trying.