Map Of The Best College Town In Every State Is Going Viral

first_imgA closeup of Ole Miss cheerleaders.OXFORD, MS – SEPTEMBER 10: Cheerleaders of the Mississippi Rebels walk on the field before a game against the Wofford Terriers on September 10, 2016 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi. Mississippi defeated Wofford 38-13. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images) “n*** Local Caption ***Few things spark more outrage on social media than maps that pick a category – fast food restaurants, Thanksgiving desserts, high school sport, etc. – and then claim which aspect of said category is the “best” in each state.There is always an extremely puzzling choice or two that gets the residents of those states extremely mad online.It’s happening again today.A map has been created and it claims to know the “best college town” in every state in America.Of course, it’s going viral:The best College Town by state: pic.twitter.com/8QoHXDJ0sR— CFB Home (@CFBHome) March 3, 2019There are some easy picks in here, like Athens, Ga. (University of Georgia), Chapel Hill, North Carolina (UNC) and State College, Pa. (Penn State).Unsurprisingly, though, there are some extremely weird choices, like Metairie, Louisiana.What college is even located there?These maps are frequently stupid but Metairie is a suburb and I’m not even aware which college is located there. https://t.co/yJpNXZ5leT— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) March 3, 2019The map might feature some truly bizarre choices, but it’s done its job – we’re talking about it.last_img read more

Prison superintendent will remain

Files belonging to the prisoners were also destroyed when the protestors set fire to a building inside the prison.They also pelted stones towards the baseline road disrupting the traffic. Some prisoners had been nabbed attempting smuggle heroin into the prison premises concealed inside lunch packets. The Superintendent of the Welikada prison will not be replaced despite the protest by prisoners on Tuesday, the Minister in charge of Prisons Chandrasiri Gajadeera said.He told The Sunday Leader that the prisoners were demanding the removal of the superintendent after he nabbed suspects attempting to smuggle drugs into the prison. Inmates of the Welikada prison staged massive protest on Tuesday demanding the removal of the superintendent and the protest subsequently turned violent resulting in over 31 people being injured. Gajadeera said that over Rs. 6 million in dmages was caused as a result of the prison riot. read more