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Thomas II

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New England
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Politesse

Lux Aeterna
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Chochenyo Territory, US
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nb; all pronouns fine
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Jedi Wayseeker
I'm sorry if the truth butthurts you, but it's New Mexico for the win!

Couple had to prove New Mexico was U.S. state before applying for D.C. marriage license

Wow. Is it actually necessary to carry a map of the states.
That is almost a routine experience for New Mexicans who travel back East, I know so many people who've had their citizenship challenged when they say they're from New Mexico. I used to live in Durango, CO; I once mentioned to my (Oregonian) great-grandmother that it was a common habit for Durangoans to go down to New Mexico for bulk grocery trips, as the nearest Sam's Club was in Farmington. "Oh, wow," she replied, "I don't know if I'd want to fish out my passport just to go get groceries"

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Elixir

Made in America
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Sep 23, 2012
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Mountains
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English is complicated
I admit that if one has to be a Mexican, it's probably best to be a New one.
 

Bomb#20

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Sep 28, 2004
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California
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It's a free country.
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Rationalism
Yes, but is Colorado the state most widely believed by Americans to not be part of the United States?

How about Nova Scotia? The non-State more Americans believe is part of the US?
"I've never been out of the U.S.. Except to Canada and that doesn't count -- it's sort of attached." - Goldie Hawn
 
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