I recently visited North Dakota. Well, that’s not true, but anyway . . . North Dakota has a population of 723,393 and is considered the least visited state. Their state fish is the Northern Pike, and their state fossil is Teredo Petrified Wood. Also see: more uninteresting facts about the least visited state.
There are so many interesting things to do in North Dakota.
But seriously, there are a couple of things to do . . . literally . . .
I Googled suicide rates in North Dakota and this came up:
The suicide rate in North Dakota has risen 70% in the past ten years. I wonder why.
Here are some interesting facts about North Dakota:
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I don’t know the exact “qualifications,” but this can’t be that hard to accomplish . . .
I already have the answers to some of the questions I think they will ask me:
TALENTS: Managing to avoid any contact with the other 723,393 residents, one day at time.
MISSION: Make the residents aware of the fact that there are 49 other states they can live in, most of which will not make them want to kill themselves. As much.
GOAL: Edit and redesign the state flag and license plate.
SUGGESTIONS: Lose the “North” part of North Dakota. Dakota sounds much more sexy and inviting.
PASSIONS: Snow blowing