We exaggerate just a little sometimes.

Ohio is a place in the United States that likes to think of itself as being round on both sides and "hi" in the middle. Ohio is a friendly place if you are north of Interstate 70, which bisects the state. On the other hand, if you aren't White Anglo Saxon and Protestant and find yourself south of the freeway, you can pretty much kiss future good-bye because those people don't cotton to anyone who wouldn't die for the KKK. The capital of Ohio is Columbus.

If you are ever in southern Ohio, make sure to convince as many people as possible to shun their conservative ways. Ohio is primarily made up of a Bunch of fence-riders, and thus one of the only states that actually matters in the US Presidential Elections, due to the inherent conservative bias of the Electoral College

In April of 2016 construction will start on a new 9/11 Memorial to be built at Ohio Air National Guard Base in Toledo that will be dedicated on September 11 2016 (The Fifthteen Anniversary of 9/11).[1]

Pros and Cons

On one hand, it is home to the conservative former House Minority Leader & former Speaker of The House John Boner Boehner who has this amazing power to tan himself in a bright orange hue, making him either a lost member of the Oompa Loompa tribe or a road construction cone. Also, a gorilla died there in May 2016[2].

But on the other hand, it is also home to former progressive congressman, now Faux Snooze token liberal political analyst Dennis Kucinich.

Good side of Ohio

The Wright brothers developed the first airplane in Ohio but they flew it in North Carolina [3]


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