neatorama reported on a kansas state university map plotting project, showing concentrations, county by county, of the seven deadly sins.
Geographers from Kansas State University have plotted the seven deadly sins of the nation. They began with Nevada only, but expanded the project for the entire United States, using statistics for each county on crime, income, STDs, and other data. They call it “a precision party trick — rigorous mapping of ridiculous data.”
my state didn’t do so bad on some of them, but we were clearly horrible on greed: