This graphic from CBS Sports is from Saturday, but seeing as USA TODAY treated us all to a slightly altered map of the United States Monday, we thought we’d give CBS equal time.
Here, again, is USA TODAY’s map of marijuana smuggling out of Colorado:
OMG Colorado ships so much weed out of Wyoming it doesn't have any left pic.twitter.com/YvLUI9pfgg
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) June 2, 2018
It’s those flyover states that get you. And here’s a preview of the March Madness bracket from CBS Sports:
That’s not Missouri… pic.twitter.com/3kACscUVkY
— Chris Dobbertean (@ChrisDobbertean) February 9, 2019
— Tyrone Dudley, BCaBA (@TheOnlyTyronly) February 9, 2019
Flyover Country syndrome
— craasch (@craasch) February 10, 2019
Folks on both coasts have no freaking clue about the Midwest.
— Frosty (@frostyshawn) February 9, 2019
They should have gone the whole 9 yards and highlighted Indiana for Louisville.
— Al Peterson (@BigAl_WMU) February 9, 2019
Kansas City being in two states is so confusing
— Ok, Cool. Hook em 🤘 (@smitty767) February 9, 2019
Kansas taking over, what can I say 🤷🏻♂️💯
— COOOOOKIES (@GoJaguars18) February 10, 2019
When you are talkin basketball it’s all about KANSAS
— Jim Baumann (@baumann_jim) February 9, 2019
The pin knows what the pin wants.
— Older and wiser to come (@dbkems) February 9, 2019
That’s not even Kansas City, Kansas either.
They said Kansas City, Missouri, highlighted the state of Kansas, and put the marker on like Lawrence.
— Adam Drovetta (@ADrovetta) February 10, 2019
They also put DC in Maryland.
— Bob Touzinsky (@BobTouzinsky) February 10, 2019
And DC isn’t in Maryland either.
— Chad Troutwine (@ChadTroutwine) February 10, 2019
That's also not the District of Columbia, but at least that one's a bit more understandable.
— Aaron Woodard (@aaron_woodard) February 9, 2019
Yeah not DC either. 🤣
— Ken Fairchild (@KenFairchild2) February 9, 2019
Exactly, Washington, DC, is almost in Philly!
— Melinda Reiner (@MelCuse19) February 9, 2019
They kinda have Anaheim in Bakersfield, too
— Jawn (@ItMeJawn) February 9, 2019
Geography is hard.
— John Wilson 💙⚾️ (@Tatorsdad) February 9, 2019
— Mark Andrade (@RaiderMark) February 9, 2019
As a Missourian transplanted to Kentucky, this is offensive.
As a parent that homeschools, this is disturbing.
How much do you get paid to screw up basic US Geography?
— Jessi M. (@trekswthbaggage) February 10, 2019
MAPS. How do they work?! Mother Jones seems to have LOST the equator in latest CLIMATE CHANGE scare and LOL https://t.co/yjW5w8G7Cd
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 17, 2018