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Map Reveals the Seven Deadly Sins in America: How Does Your State Compare?

The good (meaning bored) experts from the geography department at Kansas State University have figured out a way to get their department some much-needed media attention: they’ve mapped out the frequency with which the seven deadly sins are committed in America.

The last time I studied geography, sinner Bill Clinton was in the White House, so I can’t comment on the accuracy of the data used to make these maps.

But, come on, who cares right? I mean, these maps are pretty freakin’ cool!

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As you can see, it looks like there’s plenty of Americans committing the sins of envy, pride, and wrath, but when it comes to sloth, we are as pure as the angels (except, for some strange reason, in Montana.)

The bottom line is that the good people in the Dakotas are likely headed to heaven… while the fires of Hell are waiting for the citizens of Florida.

 

What’s the worst of the seven deadly sins? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Comments on “Map Reveals the Seven Deadly Sins in America: How Does Your State Compare?”

  1. Rn says:

    So Alaska & Hawaii are completely sinless? Don’t see ‘um………..?

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