1. mapsontheweb:

Percent of Americans identifying their ancestry as German

    mapsontheweb:

    Percent of Americans identifying their ancestry as German

    (Source: jaymans.wordpress.com)

  2. straightwhiteboyproblems:


take me home….
  3. condomdepot:

    buddhabrot:

    femininefreak:

    Sex Education in American Public Schools

    every one makes fun of New Jersey but it fucking rules

    Wow, these graphs really put the lack of proper sex education in school into perspective. 

    (via womanistgamergirl)

  4. (Source: stoilz, via out-dividual)

  5. thelandofmaps:

Average annual hours worked in OECD countries [OC] [2200x1400]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

    thelandofmaps:

    Average annual hours worked in OECD countries [OC] [2200x1400]
    CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
    thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

  6. mapsontheweb:

Level of happiness by country

    mapsontheweb:

    Level of happiness by country

    (Source: commons.wikimedia.org)

  7. mapsontheweb:

Jumping on the “Counties away from” bandwagon: Counties away from each state’s capital without crossing a state border

    mapsontheweb:

    Jumping on the “Counties away from” bandwagon: Counties away from each state’s capital without crossing a state border

    (Source: reddit.com)

  8. rolandofeld:

    ginger-mcinjure:

    screamingcrawfish:

    shortsurvey:

    nevver:

    Monsters, by State

    kansas’ monster is just “satan”

    #……the choccolocca monster was just a teenager with a cow skull and a sheet

    try harder alabama

    This would make an amazing poster

    Some of these are just pathetic. Seriously Tennessee? Trolls? That’s the best you can do?

  9. nevver:

Driving around Mt. Hood

    nevver:

    Driving around Mt. Hood

    (via rnaxipad)

  10. wetheurban:

    ART: Desert Breath by Danae Stratou

    Created by Greek artist Danae Stratou and the DAST art team in the mid-90s, this breathtaking land art installation is called “Desert Breath.” It covers 100,000 square meters in the Egyptian desert near the Red Sea, and took several years to create. At its center was a fairly deep pool of water, and the whole project was designed to slowly erode over time. 

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    (via rnaxipad)

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