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Map: We Should Be Ashamed of Ourselves. Here's Why.
Tsk tsk. There's nothing like taking a look at the big picture, and realizing why we should be ashamed of ourselves. California, it's our air pollution, according to this map and list from Pleated Jeans. Which, considering we could be Washingtonians who are really into animals (shame = beastiality), or Maine-ites (Mainers? Mainians?) with low SAT scores (shame = dumbest), or North Dakotans who come up short in the pretty department (shame = ugliest), well, we aren't doing that badly.
Pleated Jeans breaks it down state by state with the shame, and references.
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