#1 In more than half of all states in the United States of America , the
highest paid public employee in the state is a football coach.cents to mint a nickel.#3 Almost half of all Americans (47 percent) do not put a single penny out of their paychecks into savings.#4 Apple has more cash than the U.S. Treasury.#6 Alaska has a longer coastline than all of the other 49 U.S. states put
together.#7 The city of Juneau , Alaska , is about 3,000 square miles in size. It is actually larger than the entire state of Delaware.#11 In 2013, women earned 60 percent of all bachelor’s degrees that were awarded that year in the United States.#12 According to the CDC, 34.6 percent of all men in the U.S. are obese at this point.#13 The average supermarket in the United States wastes about
3,000 lbs of food each year. Meanwhile, approximately 20 percent of the garbage that goes into our landfills is food.#14 According to one recent survey, 81 percent of Russians now have a negative view of the United States . That is much higher than at the end of the Cold War era.#15 Montana has three times as many cows as it does people.#16 The grizzly bear is the official state animal of California . But no
grizzly bears have been seen there since 1922. They are plentiful in Mississippi, Tennessee and other southern states, however.#17 One recent survey discovered that “a steady job” is the number one thing that American women are looking for in a husband, and discovered that 75 percent of women would have a serious problem dating an unemployed man.#18 According to a study conducted by economist Carl Benedict Frey and engineer Michael Osborne, up to 47 percent of the jobs in the United States could soon be lost to computers, robots and other forms of
technology.#19 The only place in the United States where coffee is grown commercially is in Hawaii.#20 The original name of the city of Atlanta was “Terminus“.#21 The state with the most millionaires per capita is Maryland.#22 One survey of 50-year-old men in the U.S. found that only 12percent of them said that they were “very happy”.#23 The United States has 845 motor vehicles for every 1,000 people.#24 48 percent of all Americans do not have any emergency supplies in their homes whatsoever. Even fewer have fire extinguishers.#25 There are three towns in the United States that have the name “Santa Claus“.#26 There is actually a town in Michigan called “Hell“. (I wonder how far down the road from Detroit that is?)#27 If you have no debt and also have 10 dollars in your wallet...you are wealthier than 25 percent of all Americans.
#28 By the time an American child reaches the age of 18, that child will have seen approximately 40,000 murders on television.
And now the summary! Once upon a time we were the most loved and most respected nation on the entire planet, but those days are gone. We have wrecked our
economy, we have lost our values and we have fumbled away our future. But if you look close enough, you can still see many of the things that once made this country a shining beacon to the rest of the world. This article includes some weird facts, some fun facts, but also some very troubling facts.If we are ever going to change course as a nation,we need to come to grips with just how far we have fallen!!!Good friends arelike quilts - they age with you,and yet, theynever lose their warmth.Take good care ofthem!!!!!