Vermont is where all of the people with a strong opinion are thrown into, so nobody has to hear them. That, in itself, is quite a strong opinion, so we guess we’re moving to the land of Ben and Jerry’s! If you didn’t understand, Bernie Sanders is the US senator from Vermont.
He does have some things worth taking note of, but a lot of people have stopped listening to him over the years, especially since he lost the presidential race. But Bernie has since become quite a memorable figure – most notably for the meme where he is shivering in his mittens during the inauguration of Joe Biden.
Texas (Part 2)
One might assume that all that Texas is is a state full of cowboy hats and cows. And for the most part, they would probably be right. Here you see a farmer washing the backside of his cow before their date. At least, that's what we guess is going on here.
Listen, all animals deserve to stay clean and treated with dignity. And this certainly applies in the Lone Star State. We are definitely interested in getting this kind of treatment one day. Though the sheer force of this shower might send us miles away. Only cows can withstand this kind of pressure.
Utah (Part 2)
Utah, the land of strange contradictions! In this state, they take their polygamy drama more seriously than an episode of a soap opera. While the authorities closely monitor beer to ensure it doesn't exceed a whopping 3.4 percent alcohol, they turn a blind eye to men juggling multiple wives. Talk about misplaced priorities!
It's like they have a logic deficiency disorder or something. But hey, you gotta give them credit for keeping things interesting. The beer here is as weak as the arguments supporting polygamy. This state, in all honesty, defies all sense of reason. With that said, it has some stunning landscapes.
Virginia (Part 2)
Welcome to Virginia, where most of its residents still believe the Civil War is going on and the other 1% live in the D.C. suburbs. Just kidding! Because of the historical importance in this part of the country, Virginia is home to many reenactments of the American Civil War by passionate living historians.
While these reenactments happen all over the world, Virginia is home to a significantly high number of these events. Truth be told, these reenactors really make the occasion feel authentic. From the tattered flags and the military attire to the booms and the gunsmoke. It's quite a hoot!
Washington (Part 2)
Without a shadow of a doubt, along with the Space Needle, one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Seattle in the Pikes Place Fish Market. Needless to say, the place totally smells like fish and the more people who visit wearing copious amounts of perfume, the better.
Come here so you can fit in with the locals and even learn how to toss around a fish like them. Throwing fish - it’s the city sport. Sure Seattle is also famous for things "Sleepless in Seattle" and "Grey's Anatomy," but you can't quite beat this iconic fish market.