.US states replaced by countries with a similar level of GDP by Christina Broda (via SLM)
posted by Andrew Simone in economics, geography, international | * | 7 comments
When I first saw this, Wisconsin used to be Ireland. Maybe the GDPs didn’t match as well as South Africa, but the alcohol consumption was probably similar.
I think it’s cool that I now live in Mexico. And it’s funny that Minnesota is Norway.
The Korea Republic looks like a wang.
Rick, here’s wishing you and Danny a fabulous weekend in Venezuela with our fellow ‘flocker Tracy and his’n.
(Ah . . . memories of warm nights in Caracas . . . the aroma of frangipani . . . the peeping of the tree frogs . . . )
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