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 R_P wrote:

 
If ur in NY or CA, ur pretty much screwed. 

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Posted: Jan 23, 2020 - 3:39pm



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Once Upon a Time: Tracing the world’s four oldest fairy tales

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Posted: Dec 8, 2019 - 6:13pm

What each country leads the world in
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Posted: Nov 25, 2019 - 10:13am


Not sure why certain states have "no data" showing.  NC is 2.935% according to my calculations from their State Agricultural Overview.

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 Lazy8 wrote:
Proclivities wrote:
The red and blue areas have equal populations (the dark blue country is Bangladesh - click image to embiggen).

The map projection makes that look a bit more impressive than it really is.
 
Yeah, visually there's just so much red but when you realize which countries they are it's not as surprising.  Still, I was surprised a few years ago to find out that Bangladesh has more people than Japan or Russia.

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Posted: Nov 8, 2019 - 8:39am

Proclivities wrote:
The red and blue areas have equal populations (the dark blue country is Bangladesh - click image to embiggen).

The map projection makes that look a bit more impressive than it really is.
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The red and blue areas have equal populations (the dark blue country is Bangladesh - click image to embiggen).

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 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation 
 
I'm still working on just what objects we might be getting struck by around here.

 
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 kcar wrote:
 
"I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation"


Huffing and/or auto-erotic asphyxiation.
Those goddamned freaks out West.  


 
That crossed my mind, but I don't think people would tend to file health insurance claims in those instances.

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Posted: Oct 24, 2019 - 8:53pm



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 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
not too sure that this one is bona fide

 
 

"Most disproportionately  common," not "most common." So I'm sure it's legit. 

I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation
and I'm thinking maybe camping/sleeping bags. Or altitude? Injury, not death, so "suffocation" could mean any sort of low-oxygen problem, right? Including drowning and choking.
 
When Googling "suffocation" as a cause of injury (or death) the most results were regarding SIDS; I was initially befuddled but also thinking only in terms of 'adult' insurance claims.  I guess if they're referring to "disproportionate" amounts overall, then SIDS could be one possible reason.  That is a real insurance company but I couldn't find their data or methods for that study.

 
"I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation"

Huffing and/or auto-erotic asphyxiation. Those goddamned freaks out West.  

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Posted: Oct 24, 2019 - 6:01pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
not too sure that this one is bona fide

 
 

"Most disproportionately  common," not "most common." So I'm sure it's legit. 

I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation and I'm thinking maybe camping/sleeping bags. Or altitude? Injury, not death, so "suffocation" could mean any sort of low-oxygen problem, right? Including drowning and choking.
 

Skiers falling into tree wells? Or perhaps something having to do with the LDS population that I really don't want to know about.

Scrape for HI makes sense given the number of surfers.

Spine dislocation seems weird unless it has something to do with workmans compensation claims.

ND and NB probably should be relabeled "Exertion" because "Overexertion" implies they actually were working hard.
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 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
not too sure that this one is bona fide

 
 

"Most disproportionately  common," not "most common." So I'm sure it's legit. 

I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation and I'm thinking maybe camping/sleeping bags. Or altitude? Injury, not death, so "suffocation" could mean any sort of low-oxygen problem, right? Including drowning and choking.
 
When Googling "suffocation" as a cause of injury (or death) the most results were regarding SIDS; I was initially befuddled but also thinking only in terms of 'adult' insurance claims.  I guess if they're referring to "disproportionate" amounts overall, then SIDS could be one possible reason.  That is a real insurance company but I couldn't find their data or methods for that study.

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Posted: Oct 24, 2019 - 9:11am



 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
not too sure that this one is bona fide

 
 

"Most disproportionately  common," not "most common." So I'm sure it's legit. 

I'm trying to think of what in the Rockies/Great Basin could lead to more suffocation and I'm thinking maybe camping/sleeping bags. Or altitude? Injury, not death, so "suffocation" could mean any sort of low-oxygen problem, right? Including drowning and choking.
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