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    Minneapolis/St. Paul is way more hateful than I thought. Maybe it's the people protesting against the senate who just passed legalizing gay marriage.
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    Also, my hometown, Philadelphia, appears to actually be living up to it's namesake. At least more than NYC.
    [Trump's] rhetoric is not an abuse of power. In the same way that it's also not against the law to do a backflip off of the roof of your house onto your concrete driveway. It's just mind-numbingly stupid and, to say the least, counterproductive. - Bush did 9-11


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    is the straight gray where's there's no humans?
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Welp, in the completely gray area there are simply less people, first of all, and secondly, just because people down South are more openly racist doesn't mean that other people aren't covertly racist.

    I'm also a little mystified that there's a random spot of extreme overt racism in something that looks like either San Francisco or Monterey, CA...both areas known for hipsters and hippies, not the KKK.

    There also seems to be a lot of overt racism in New Jersey. That's not the South.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Ta dah!
    That would explain the spot in the Bay area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Welp, in the completely gray area there are simply less people, first of all, and secondly, just because people down South are more openly racist doesn't mean that other people aren't covertly racist.

    I'm also a little mystified that there's a random spot of extreme overt racism in something that looks like either San Francisco or Monterey, CA...both areas known for hipsters and hippies, not the KKK.

    There also seems to be a lot of overt racism in New Jersey. That's not the South.
    Zoom in, that area is in the middle of nowhere (I'm presuming in a farm town called Nicholaus as it is directly above Sacramento and below Yuba City) and near South Lake Tahoe

    And if you've read what I typed, this map more than favored towns that were 50k+ over tiny towns (Did some research where Nicholaus only has a population of around 200 people.) Only one person from Nicholaus tweeting will very easily make the town look like it is completely racist.

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    The zoomed out view is really misleading. It's better to google it, and then zoom in. I don't know why it looks so off zoomed out, I suppose it must be the algorithm they used. The NJ racism is actually concentrated in North Jersey and extends to NYC.

    And Marmotini is correct. It doesn't measure covert racism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    is the straight gray where's there's no humans?
    In those areas, people haven't heard about the internet.
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    Ah, North Carolina. Someday I will escape you. ...Twitter really seems to bring out people's awfulness, though. You guys might have heard about how people were racist on twitter about the fact that a character in The Hunger Games was black... there were some other Twitter racist/sexist/homophobic trends also; but I can't remember them right now. People are terrible, especially when using social media, the end.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I saw that a while ago. They considered that someone who says 'homo' is an homophobic.
    Well, it says "tweets negatively referring to "homo."" Not sure how they classified the tweets, but hey. Although to be honest, I can't see how you could say "homo" in a non-homophobic manner?? Certainly not in a very positive way, unless maybe the speaker is gay... Also, it could be the speaker isn't really homophobic, but they're still managing to say something that's homophobic...

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    There's that saying "no homo" which I think is kind of crappy, but I don't really think everyone who has ever said it is a homophobe. It's a memetic slang term and not everyone dissects their slang like us nerds do. I think there are probably a lot of people who are otherwise supportive of gay rights and whatnot who just think of "no homo" as "what you say after you pay another guy a compliment." (I say guy because it doesn't seem to be something women really say except ironically.)

    Color me skeptical of the methodology of this map thingie.

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