National Geographic Magazine's  'Singles Map'
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National Geographic Magazine's  'Singles Map'

National Geographic Magazine's 'Singles Map'

Distribution of single females and males across the USA

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Guest: Pete Star (3685 days ago)
LOL! Must be the fags on the West coast and the old bikes on the East coast
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LOL! Must be the fags on the West coast and the old bikes on the East coast
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forrester106 forrester106 (3563 days ago)
ancient widows in miami
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ancient widows in miami
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Guest: (3519 days ago)
Looks like they're trying to keep away from each other.
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Looks like they're trying to keep away from each other.
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Latest comment: the men are more stuck together. gayers!
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Latest comment: the men are more stuck together. gayers!
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