how can peach and mario just like casually play tennis with the giant dinosaur turtle monster who is always threatening both of their lives? they all just set aside their pasts to have a good old game of tennis? also did bowser raise bowser jr. himself? is bowser a good father?
the highlighted area is where Jason Derulo knows what the girls want. london to taiwan.
new york to haiti
greenland is right out
ummm no offense but new york to haiti should be measured as the area between the two latitudes, not the longitudes. this graph is incorrect and vastly underestimates the total region of the earth in which Jason Derulo knows what the girls want
Even measuring that way, Greenland remains right out, as does the entirity of Brazil.
Have we considered measuring by neither latitude nor longitude but in all area that would extend perpendicular from the diagonal of the two places?
There are many different interpretations of the data, and until more is available, we ought not conclude anything at this point.
In light of that, I posit this alternative map of regions where Jason Derulo is potentially claiming where he knows what girls want:
As we can see, if we assume that model, the vast majority of the area where Jason Derulo knows what girls want is either open ocean (the Atlantic, the Mediterranean Sea) or sparsely populated (the northern Sahara, the northern Arabian Desert, various desert portions of Iran and Afghanistan, and the southern Tibetan Plateau). Four of the ten most populated countries on the planet have no territory in it (Nigeria, Brazil, Japan, and Indonesia), and two which do have relatively little territory in it (the US and Russia). It is suggested that for all his boasting, Jason Derulo does not know what a probable majority of the world’s girls want.
Johns Hopkins University undergraduates and graduate students in addition to members of the local Baltimore community held a silent protest today at noon on the school’s Homewood Campus and on N. Charles Street in honor of Mike Brown, the unarmed black teenager whose shooting on August 9 at the hands of a white policeman sparked protests in his hometown, the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. The demonstrators began their march in Keyser Quad, a central and much-traveled section of campus, before making their way to N. Charles Street. They wore black and carried handmade signs which made reference to Brown, to Martin Luther King, Jr., to other victims of police brutality, and to general solidarity with the nation’s black community. Like Ferguson, Baltimore is a majority-black city.
The shooting of Mike Brown, subsequent protests, and police response to protests attracted national attention and rekindled ongoing debates over racial profiling and police brutality, much like those which gripped the country after the killing of Trayvon Martin. Johns Hopkins’ silent march was organized by the university’s Black Student Union, though they were joined in protest by unaffiliated members of the student body, members of other on-campus political organizations such as Students for Justice in Palestine, and Baltimore residents.