Each year, United Van Lines - a national moving and storage company - keeps track of where its customers are moving from and to, and publishes the results in an annual migration study. This year, they published their 37th annual study, and were nice enough to share the raw data with me.
I’ve mapped the results based on the percentage of movers who were moving to a particular state (inbound moves). Dark blue represents states where a high percentage of the moves are inbound, and dark red indicates a state where more people are moving away (low inbound percentage).
My home state of Oregon has the highest inbound percentage. My wife’s home state (New Jersey) has the highest outbound percentage. She still insists that New Jersey is the best though…
chocolate-covered cheesecake on a stick
i just made an elongated choking sound
i would deepthroat like 4 of these at one time.
i would eat it normally yall weird as fuck
but the fact that Misha can lift Sebastian almost effortlessly…
I think a lot of people forget that the “scrawny” “baby in a trench coat” is a 6 foot tall marathon runner and master carpenter…
and lets not forget, a published poet
what does being a poet have to do with lifting …?
he can lift your spirits with his eloquent rhyming couplets