From The Geography of the Great War by Frank M. McMurry (digitized here)
Started so I don't have to make one post reflect my whole day. I can just picspam, videospam, and quotespam you to my heart's content.
DOES THIS NOT CONCERN ANYBODY!?
-Areas that Iran can attack with missile-
We should make a map of places the US could attack with unmanned drones. Oh wait…
here I found one already made
Let’s have some real fun!
Here is a photo of the U.S. Bases around Iran
And here is a (partial) list of places the U.S. has bombed (in red)
Now, here is a picture of the places Iran has bombed
A map of the world begins with all the land masses having a brassy sheen, but that metallic surface scratches off like a lottery ticket to keep track of your travel destinations. The other side is blank and white for you to mark your flight paths. Boast your worldliness with some subtlety. Sold on FredFlare.
A new twist on the ol’ push pins.
The United States divided into a series of smaller nations and skewed towards “imbalance” a la Europe by Leopold Kohr, a 20th-century Austrian academic. An interesting read on the Borderlands blog. My dad, of course, is all historical and pointed out that:
The one thing the author neglected to mention was that Europe coming out the dark ages was made up of many small feudal states. The consolidation of power came with the Pope authorizing divine right of certain monarchies (e.g., France, Spain, England) in exchange for security and recognition of the papal states.
But me? I focus on things like water rights and access. The ‘country’ of Montana should trade New Mexico and Arizona for Washington and Oregon. The complicated mess that is California and the rest of the southwestern states’ waster systems almost demands the three be lumped in together.
"I just feel like I’m being kicked out of South Carolina. I’m being expelled."
Judy Helms, 64, who’s property is being split in two as North and South Carolina work to correct their borders.