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: March 17, 2008, 04:51:19 PM

Most dangerous:
1.Nevada
2.Louisiana
3.New Mexico
4.South Carolina
5.Arizona
6.Tennessee
7.Maryland
8.Alaska
9.Florida
10.Michigan
11.Arkansas
12.Delaware
13.California
14.Texas
15.Alabama

Safest States:
50.New Hampshire
49.Maine
48.North Dakota
47.Vermont
46.South Dakota
45.Wyoming
44.Montana
43.Iowa
42.Idaho
41.Wisconsin
40.Connecticut
39.Rhode Island
38.Utah
37.West Virginia
36.Virginia

Odd trend I noticed, almost separated between North and South with a couple exceptions.

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#1 : March 17, 2008, 06:55:23 PM

Joe the fact that OMA feels the FDA is actually looking out for this country tells me there is no need to debate with him in these kinds of threads any longer. Even a former FDA commissioner was quoted as saying that what the FDA is doing and what people believe they are doing is night and day. Until people realize, like we both have said many times, that this country is all about money the sooner things like this will change. 

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#2 : March 17, 2008, 07:15:28 PM

Notice most of the warmer states were more dangerous, because up north it's too freakin COLD to be outside jackin or murdering someone.


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#3 : March 17, 2008, 11:04:17 PM

I'm headed to Louisiana next week to check out LSU. Hope I don't get killed.

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#4 : March 17, 2008, 11:16:09 PM

Escobar, you are right on about the money brother!
How is Alaska a dangerous place? 
I guess Georgia is lukewarm?

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#5 : March 17, 2008, 11:19:44 PM

I'm headed to Louisiana next week to check out LSU. Hope I don't get killed.
Louisiana is a funny place. They have drive-thru bars. I'm not kidding at all. I asked the lady serving me. She pointed out that there was still part of the paper casing on the straw in my daiquiri I just ordered. Thats considered a closed container there. This was in Mandeville, LA just north of New Orleans. I was dumbfounded.


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#6 : March 17, 2008, 11:37:13 PM

Have you ever been near Baton Rouge? If so, what did you think of it?

Anyways, what exactly does safest or most dangerous mean? I can see you would be more likely to be involved in some sort of accident in Alaska involving the great outdoors (bear attack, etc.) but not getting murdered. What gives?

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#7 : March 18, 2008, 12:30:59 AM

Joe the fact that OMA feels the FDA is actually looking out for this country tells me there is no need to debate with him in these kinds of threads any longer. Even a former FDA commissioner was quoted as saying that what the FDA is doing and what people believe they are doing is night and day. Until people realize, like we both have said many times, that this country is all about money the sooner things like this will change. 

Hey Monk, so what's the deal with safe states and the FDA. I don't see the connection?

BTW, life is inherently risky. When you leave your home there's a risk that you'll die.  You're not one of those agoraphobes that can't leave the house or have to boil everything before you eat it?   You definitely have some sort of paranoia.  Recommend you visit your physician - ask for Prozac. It'll make your life much easier to get through.

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#8 : March 18, 2008, 04:40:56 PM

so the murder capital of the world in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania isn't included....


I find it odd that states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York; heavily populated areas aren't included....


edit: Michigan is included, but apparently not as dangerous as Alaska

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#9 : March 18, 2008, 05:34:17 PM

Have you ever been near Baton Rouge? If so, what did you think of it?

Anyways, what exactly does safest or most dangerous mean? I can see you would be more likely to be involved in some sort of accident in Alaska involving the great outdoors (bear attack, etc.) but not getting murdered. What gives?
No I've never been to Baton Rouge.

This list is a bunch of BS if you ask me. Just some writer wasting the readers time.


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#10 : March 18, 2008, 07:44:10 PM

Here is the link to the actual piece.

It is the 15 most dangerous states crime-wise.

Alaska is #1 in the country in per capita rapes.  Who'd a thunk it.


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#11 : March 20, 2008, 05:45:46 AM

Hmm and here I was thinking Alaska made the list because of hungry bears.


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#12 : March 21, 2008, 12:02:23 AM

i looked at most dangerous city's and it turns out i have been in most of them.


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#13 : March 21, 2008, 05:12:01 PM

i looked at most dangerous city's and it turns out i have been in most of them.
Have you lended to their rankings?

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#14 : March 23, 2008, 10:21:44 PM

Orlando city looks pretty scummy,i wouldn't wanna walk the streets at night.


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