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Question 1:
Jesusland map, Red states and blue states and Solid South are all:
United States presidential election, 2004 in popular culture Electoral geography of the United States Maps of the Americas Fictional maps

Question 2: The ________ opined that the map reflected the "despair, division, and bitterness" of the 2004 election.
Steven LevittMorgan SpurlockSuperFreakonomicsFreakonomics

Question 3: in 2004 and a map of the United States in 1860, showing the free and slave states prior to the ________.
Union (American Civil War)TennesseeAmerican Civil WarBleeding Kansas

Question 4: The Canadian province of ________, which has historically voted for the Conservative Party of Canada or its antecedents,[7] is sometimes included in Jesusland and is contiguous with the continental U.S.
British ColumbiaQuebecAlbertaManitoba

Question 5: Some maps purport to show a capital city of Crawford, Texas, the home of former U.S. President ________.
Ronald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushGeorge W. BushDick Cheney

Question 6:
Jesusland map, Charice Pempengco and Zinedine Zidane are all:
Internet memes Fictional maps Electoral geography of the United States Maps of the Americas

Question 7: Webb, a poster on yakyak.org, an Internet message board for fans of the work of ________ (see the original discussion).
Video gameSpace GiraffeJeff MinterTempest (arcade game)

Question 8: It quickly became an internet meme, which ________ described as an "instant Internet classic".
The New York TimesThe New York Times CompanyInternational Herald TribuneThe Boston Globe

Question 9: The Jesusland map is an Internet meme, created shortly after the 2004 United States Presidential election, which satirizes the red/blue states scheme by dividing the United States and ________ into "The United States of Canada" and "Jesusland".
CanadaBarbadosBelizeUnited Kingdom

Question 10:
Jesusland map, Fahrenheit 9/11 and Slacker Uprising are all:
Maps of the Americas Fictional maps United States presidential election, 2004 in popular culture Electoral geography of the United States







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