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Great Post, I loved the way you wrote a hooker in the begining of the peace, "start thinking in shades of red and blue" That really got me into the artical.

I can tell you have put in alot of efort into this, know how?, because of all of the links. I think it was neat to go and look at the map. That was a cool way to get your veiwers more into the election.

- Bones

Sarah Jane

I'm sorry you felt North Dakota was not appropriately portrayed in the story. If you have a comment regarding a National Geographic Magazine article, I suggest you write a letter to the editor of the print or online editions. They welcome reader feedback! http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/ngm.html

My Wonderful World, while largely supported by the National Geographic Society, is not directly affiliated with the magazine.


Shame, shame National Gographic!! I am really disappointed about you North Dakota Story. You could have focused on the great things, like the great people, low crime rates, one of the best places to raise a family. But no. Not you. You focussed on old farm buildings. That's not like you guys. I hope that you do not live in a glass house

Sarah Jane

Hi Josephine,

Thanks for your interest in My Wonderful World! In encouraging our members to seek out knowledge about the world, we hope that they will use that knowledge to act as stewards on behalf of its invaluable natural and cultural resources. We applaud your progressive efforts toward environmental conservation.


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