> In a message dated 4/10/00 5:04:49 AM Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Would not most humans, both those living in, and those visiting the United
> > States, wish to see the information, preferably in the form of a map, the
> > more detailed the better, so they who prefer to avoid death and mutilation
> > can avoid the dangerous places where, apparently, the Bad Guys, Inc., kill
> > humans with impunity?
> > Has anybody produced such a map already? If not, why not?
> > It seems there would exist a large market for such detailed maps.
> Based on personal experience...yes..
> Get any map of the US....east of the Mississippi..is bad...
> North of the mason dixon line is especially bad.
> Primarily metro areas...
> However there are exceptions...like Southern Calif.
> I think there is a large corelation to political affiliation.....(which one
> is left as an exercise to the student)
Yup. Northern New England is pretty tame, most crime here happens along
the Massachusetts border or in the few relatively big cities. There are
some towns that haven't had a homicide in decades. Vermont is a notable
exception to the political affiation rule...they are pretty socialist on
many things except guns...
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