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(Sun Sentinel)   Fark's favorite state finally comes in #1 on a list that doesn't have the words meth, cocaine, drugs, DUI, DWI, public nudity, Disney psychosis, cradle robbing, sugar baby or daddy, bestiality or incest   (sun-sentinel.com) divider line 64
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2014-07-17 01:59:38 AM
What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?
 
2014-07-17 02:06:29 AM
Did Texas and Arizona miss the filing deadline?
 
2014-07-17 02:21:27 AM
It may not have those words explicitly, but the list is basically a compilation of the rankings for all of them.
 
2014-07-17 06:23:23 AM

Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?


Drive through Orlando sometime.
 
2014-07-17 07:36:27 AM

Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?


It's the fear of looking at your bank account after going to a Disney park.
 
2014-07-17 08:08:31 AM
Five times in my life, I've awakened not knowing where I was.  Four of those times were in Florida.  I concur with this list.
 
2014-07-17 08:08:33 AM
There are a lot of red states on that list.  Thanks GOP.
 
2014-07-17 08:11:37 AM

Muta: There are a lot of red states on that list.   Thanks GOP.


It's older than that....I blame the Confederacy....
 
2014-07-17 08:14:43 AM
I'm only a dolphin.

Candy-gram!

criticalmassesmedia.com
 
2014-07-17 08:19:51 AM
Virginia ranks in there?! Guess it depends on the area. Over here in Hampton Roads, it's is quiet and tame as hell to me, but then again I'm also coming from southside Chicago. Outside of here, Richmond and Charlottesville though, it's probably pretty scary in a methy, moonshine Deliverance/Gummo sorta way.
 
2014-07-17 08:21:58 AM
Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing
 
2014-07-17 08:23:25 AM

Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?


When your daughter thinks she's a princess and you have to pay for everything she wants.
 
2014-07-17 08:25:22 AM
Subby said DWI twice.
 
2014-07-17 08:26:38 AM
Florida - Arrive on vacation, leave on probation.
 
2014-07-17 08:28:53 AM

CruJones: Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing


Are you planing a sex tour across the US?
 
2014-07-17 08:29:37 AM
And the Sun Sentinel comes in at my #1 for my fear of effing horrific slideshows that respond to 'clicking forward' by resarting the entire, useless set of images that are 50% outlines of state maps.

Pseudokartaphotoslidillaphobia?
 
2014-07-17 08:30:00 AM
This is SO full of win!
 
2014-07-17 08:30:11 AM

CruJones: Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing


To you, may be.
 
2014-07-17 08:30:22 AM

Muta: CruJones: Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing

Are you planing a sex tour across the US?


And where are the tickets being sold?
 
2014-07-17 08:32:43 AM

Muta: There are a lot of red states on that list.  Thanks GOP.


Basically liberals are afraid of anything, so red states scare them. Stupid list is stupid.
 
2014-07-17 08:35:16 AM
My state's #4! Finally--cracking the top ten in something other than "worst education," "fattest," and every other bad list.

Oh. Wait. Top ten scariest states. Shiat.
 
2014-07-17 08:35:58 AM
I live in Florida.  And it is weird scary in parts.

But nothing, nothing, is as scary as the idea of being in backwoods Alabama with some hillbilly cocking a shotgun and saying "You ain't from round these parts is you?"
 
2014-07-17 08:37:49 AM
I lived in 3 of the top 10!

And was a frequent guest in another.
 
2014-07-17 08:41:00 AM

thisdaydreamer: Did Texas and Arizona miss the filing deadline?


Evidently, so did Kentucky.
 
2014-07-17 08:41:10 AM

vudukungfu: Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?


When your  daughter son thinks she's he's a princess and you have to pay for everything she he wants.

/ FTFY
 
2014-07-17 08:41:34 AM

JoieD'Zen: Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?

Drive through Orlando sometime.


I thought it was driving on 192 from the parks east through Kissimmee.
 
2014-07-17 08:43:02 AM
I was not surprised to see the South / South East dominating that list.
 
2014-07-17 08:44:57 AM
http://blog.estately.com/2014/07/the-united-states-of-fear-which-amer i can-states-are-the-scariest/

There - I needed to know where my state ranked.

We rank #1 in fear of heights?  Hey, clueless blogger.  I may be over a mile here (both literally and figuratively), but the altitude relative to the ground isn't really that high.  That's sea level thinking or something.  I would think NY would rank higher than us with all their skyscrapers.

We're also 3rd in fear of flying?  That's weird.  I wonder if that's from actual polling data or number of crashes.  One of the kids from my high school killed himself and his family by flying in bad weather when he probably shouldn't have.  Oh, never mind - the criteria for that is based upon total passenger boardings.

At least we rank 50 in fear of shark attacks, but I see a bunch of non-coastal states tied with us.


It's also stupid to rank Texas at 1 for hurricanes.  Unless you live right on the coast, hurricanes aren't scary.  I know this because I've experienced a few hurricanes that hit Houston.  They're mostly a pain in the ass.  After Alicia, we bagged 70 garbage bags of leaves and branches and shiat that was knocked down and had no power for 8 days afterwards.  8 days - in August - in Houston - with no AC.   Okay, I guess that's a little scary, but I survived.

Humidity is scary.
 
2014-07-17 08:46:56 AM

silly season: vudukungfu: Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?

When your  daughter son thinks she's he's a princess and you have to pay for everything she he wants.

/ FTFY



I finally saw one of those dweebs with the huge rings in his earlobes way up here in Vermont last night at the general store. I looked at him and smiled and said "Flipnork!" He said "Huh?" I said again, "flipnork!" He said, "what the heck does that mean?" I said, "I'm sorry, I saw your ear thingys there and just figured you were from the planet Lobetronia"  and walked away with my six pack.
 
2014-07-17 08:49:03 AM
Apparently California is full of cobras.
 
2014-07-17 08:49:44 AM

MyRandomName: Muta: There are a lot of red states on that list.  Thanks GOP.

Basically liberals are afraid of anything, so red states scare them. Stupid list is stupid.


Afraid of fat, stupid, bigoted, hilljacks?  Why yes we are!
 
2014-07-17 08:55:51 AM
No earthquakes???  FAIL!
 
2014-07-17 08:59:58 AM
Hey, thanks for linking to a link to an article. I love having to read someone's description of someone else's description.

Awesome!

gadgeterija.tportal.hr
 
2014-07-17 09:00:38 AM

thisdaydreamer: Did Texas and Arizona miss the filing deadline?


Texas is #3.  If only you'd RTFA.
 
2014-07-17 09:01:21 AM

vudukungfu: silly season: vudukungfu: Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?

When your  daughter son thinks she's he's a princess and you have to pay for everything she he wants.

/ FTFY


I finally saw one of those dweebs with the huge rings in his earlobes way up here in Vermont last night at the general store. I looked at him and smiled and said "Flipnork!" He said "Huh?" I said again, "flipnork!" He said, "what the heck does that mean?" I said, "I'm sorry, I saw your ear thingys there and just figured you were from the planet Lobetronia"  and walked away with my six pack.


Uhhh... Cool story, Bro?

/ I see I've been doing wrong.
// I start my drinking in the afternoons / evenings.
/// Off to work.... Humm, I may need to rethink that.
 
2014-07-17 09:08:18 AM
Virginia: lightning (or, "lightening", for those of you who can't spell).

Don't get me wring: I love lightning, and storms in general.

I moved to Va in '97. Since then, I've had lightning strike within a mile of me (well, where I lived, and usually a lot closer) on some 5 occasions.

1) about a mile up the road from where I lived; blew out a transformer.
2) saw a bolt hit a neighbor's driveway across the road.
3) had one hit a neighbor's tree about 100 feet from my bedroom window. Which I was closing at the time. Suddenly, I was 8 years old again.
4) a tree in my front yard about 30 feet from the house. Left chunks of tree on the roof, in the back yard, etc.
5) about a block away from a friend's house while I was out on the porch enjoying the storm.

In the 27 years of life prior, I don't think I ever had one nearer than a couple miles of me, based on the old "when you hear the thunder, count...".
 
2014-07-17 09:18:41 AM

ArcadianRefugee: Virginia: lightning (or, "lightening", for those of you who can't spell).

Don't get me wring: I love lightning, and storms in general.

I moved to Va in '97. Since then, I've had lightning strike within a mile of me (well, where I lived, and usually a lot closer) on some 5 occasions.

1) about a mile up the road from where I lived; blew out a transformer.
2) saw a bolt hit a neighbor's driveway across the road.
3) had one hit a neighbor's tree about 100 feet from my bedroom window. Which I was closing at the time. Suddenly, I was 8 years old again.
4) a tree in my front yard about 30 feet from the house. Left chunks of tree on the roof, in the back yard, etc.
5) about a block away from a friend's house while I was out on the porch enjoying the storm.

In the 27 years of life prior, I don't think I ever had one nearer than a couple miles of me, based on the old "when you hear the thunder, count...".


Just within a mile? I've lived in VA all my life and it usually strikes right across the street from me, or closer.
 
2014-07-17 09:20:12 AM

abfalter: I live in Florida.  And it is weird scary in parts.

But nothing, nothing, is as scary as the idea of being in backwoods Alabama with some hillbilly cocking a shotgun and saying "You ain't from round these parts is you?"


That actually happened to my brother. Once when he was doing some prank with his friends and ended up with a shotgun in his face. Once when he was pulled over by cops on the Alabama/Georgia border for driving with a hoodie on. (my brother is super white with curly golden locks so it wasn't a racist thing) Both times made that tough 18 year old cry like a baby.

Walking around at night in rural Alabama scares me more than walking around at night in Memphis. No one can hear you scream in the country. Plus there are packs of wild dogs!
 
2014-07-17 09:20:29 AM
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2014-07-17 09:29:17 AM
Florida is 1st in the country in tornadoes? I, and MO, KS, OK, NE residents find that hard to believe
 
2014-07-17 09:30:22 AM
Mississippi ranks 50th in fear of dentists. I guess if you don't even know what one is--much less never been to one--it's hard to fear it.
 
2014-07-17 09:34:19 AM

Walker: ArcadianRefugee: Virginia: lightning (or, "lightening", for those of you who can't spell).

Don't get me wring: I love lightning, and storms in general.

I moved to Va in '97. Since then, I've had lightning strike within a mile of me (well, where I lived, and usually a lot closer) on some 5 occasions.

1) about a mile up the road from where I lived; blew out a transformer.
2) saw a bolt hit a neighbor's driveway across the road.
3) had one hit a neighbor's tree about 100 feet from my bedroom window. Which I was closing at the time. Suddenly, I was 8 years old again.
4) a tree in my front yard about 30 feet from the house. Left chunks of tree on the roof, in the back yard, etc.
5) about a block away from a friend's house while I was out on the porch enjoying the storm.

In the 27 years of life prior, I don't think I ever had one nearer than a couple miles of me, based on the old "when you hear the thunder, count...".

Just within a mile? I've lived in VA all my life and it usually strikes right across the street from me, or closer.


And if you read the list.... Either way, yeah.

/...neighbor's driveway across the road
/...neighbor's tree about 100 feet from my bedroom window
/...about 30 feet from the house
/...a block away....
 
2014-07-17 09:34:26 AM
1. Florida
2. Georgia
3. Texas
4. Louisiana
5. Alabama
6. North Carolina
7. California
8. South Carolina
9. Mississippi
10. Virginia

So, most of the south and... California?
Are white people still having Boyz n the Hood nightmares?
 
2014-07-17 09:46:59 AM

mayIFark: CruJones: Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing

To you, may be.


Let he who has never farked a sheep cast the first ballot
 
2014-07-17 09:48:19 AM
If you go to the site that actually did this supposed study, it's basically nothing but a bunch of grade A derp.

http://blog.estately.com/2014/07/the-united-states-of-fear-which-ame ri can-states-are-the-scariest/
 
2014-07-17 09:55:53 AM

abfalter: I live in Florida.  And it is weird scary in parts.

But nothing, nothing, is as scary as the idea of being in backwoods Alabama with some hillbilly cocking a shotgun and saying "You ain't from round these parts is you?"


It wouldn't be an issue if you didn't have such a pretty mouth.
 
2014-07-17 09:59:31 AM

ReapTheChaos: If you go to the site that actually did this supposed study, it's basically nothing but a bunch of grade A derp.

http://blog.estately.com/2014/07/the-united-states-of-fear-which-ame ri can-states-are-the-scariest/


But it is from a blog, so we should all believe it unquestioningly.
 
2014-07-17 10:00:41 AM

CruJones: mayIFark: CruJones: Seems like being ranked in bestiality would be a good thing

To you, may be.

Let he who has never farked a sheep cast the first ballot


Or, "Don't knock it til ewe've tried it."
 
2014-07-17 10:03:36 AM

Epic Fap Session: 1. Florida
2. Georgia
3. Texas
4. Louisiana
5. Alabama
6. North Carolina
7. California
8. South Carolina
9. Mississippi
10. Virginia

So, most of the south and... California?
Are white people still having Boyz n the Hood nightmares?


Maybe it's because of um, catastrophic earthquakes or something?
 
2014-07-17 10:12:18 AM

JoieD'Zen: Ambivalence: What in the hell is Disney psychosis?  Do I even want to know?

Drive through Orlando sometime.


THIS

I drove through there last Friday afternoon about 2:30PM on my way to Lehigh Acres
 
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