Sunday, December 23, 2007

Here is some Information about Ohio

A lot of people have never been to Ohio, and as a result know very little about it. I used to be one of those people, but a cumulative stay of five months, two weeks, and three days over the course of the 2.5 years it’s been since moving here (two and a half years Jesus Christ are you serious?) has given me some information about this state that you may or may not be interested in. I have consolidated this information below in the form of questions and answers:

Q: Where is Ohio?
A: Ohio is near Kentucky and Indiana and also kind of Michigan.

Q: What kind of a place is Ohio?
A: The kind of place that makes Devo and decides presidential elections, and where some people but not too many people own dogs.

Q: What are some of Ohio’s better features?
A: It is mostly quiet, except for parts of some of the cities where it’s noisy and people shoot guns at you. Nobody comes to your door or calls your phone or bothers you if you don’t know anybody though.

Q: Are there museums?
A: Yes, it’s Ohio after all.

Q: Terrorism?
A: No.

Q: Do they call it Soda, or Pop?
A: Hard to say.

Q: What are the people there like?
A: Unremarkable. Hygienic.

Q: What’s the best thing about Ohio?
A: It’s always there if you need it.

Q: What’s the worst thing about Ohio?
A: It’s still there even if you don’t.

I hope that clears some things up.


Muffin MacGuffin said...

The Ohio Museum
The Museum of Ohio
The Ohio History Museum
The Ohio Art Conservatory Museum
The Museum School (Ohio Campus) Museum
The Ohio Museum of Ohio

Sarah said...


alex said...

who or what, specifically, put the "oh" in ohio?

Miles D said...

Muffin: Don't forget the Guggenhio

Sarah: Of Course.

Alex: 8====D

Nicole said...

don't forget that it has sports teams that people like. and some fans even cheer "O, H, I, O." i've heard it.