Saturday, June 04, 2005

This Bud's for You

Part of Fulton County, Kentucky, is the only non-contiguous part of any state. Yes, I know that Michigan has an Upper Peninsular, but you do not have to drive through or fly over another state to get there. A part of Fulton County is completely surrounded by Missouri or Tennessee (as a result of the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-12). I bring this up because it's Saturday night and I thought you might be short of cash -- it makes a great bar bet.

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