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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by Jerome, Oct 13, 2014.
Identify a county with a name that came from a fictional character. . .
What, something like Europa and Europe? A real country? This I think is extraordinarily difficult.
OK...the county is in a state that borders Canada. That narrows it down a bit.
Named after Amerigo Vespucci ... oh you said fictional person.
Bunyon County, Minnesota where they've been eating the same oxtail soup for 47 years.
Nope. It's an actual county. The book originated in the Eastern U.S., but the county is in the West. . .
I would have guessed Hiawatha, KS... but is not a county.
It's in a western state with a very small Canadian boarder.
Would this fictional character be found in the book of Mormon? If so, I think I got it as well.
What....Utah.....please explain? The land of purple cowboy prose, and those folk the Mormons?
Yep, I had it.
Here's another geography trivia question:
If you start from center city Detroit, Michigan, and head directly due south, what is the first foreign country you come to?
Canada. Ford engines are assembled in Windsor.
Anyone know the state or province with the highest percentage of Baptists?
According to Wiki
Mississippi has the highest proportion of Baptists, at 55%
Not the highest. Think international...
I believe California is named after a fictional thingy, yeah I know it is a state but I deserve a chocolate fish for knowing that.