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No earthly idea, Conrad. I must admit, I've never given it any thought and will look forward to your answer. I just hope it's not Charlotte, as now I'd have yet another thing to worry about!
John McCormack, CRS
Somewhere in Colorado?
I have been told the Bench out of Sun River or Fairfield, MT. No people (well, not many), but lots of lightening...several deaths through the years.
Well, if it's anything like Joe Isuzu, I'm guessing Sacramento!
I miss those commercials. One of the best parts of 80s and 90s TV.
I know it should be Washington, D.C., but do tell!
I'm going to guess it's somewhere in FL.
Florida is known as the lightning capital of the World, Michigan next and then Pennsylvania. So, couldn't see anything on a particular city, but these States surprised me.
Per person? Probably some small state in the in the east.
no, but it's probably a city with a high occurrence of tornados too....
Here in Colorado Springs we have a lot.
Now THAT'S a scary thought
I would say Oklahoma City, Dallas or maybe... Kansas
I'm sure I will know fairly soon.
No clue it's not Albuquerque.
I think it has to be someplace in Florida. The lightning strikes are unreal here!
Conrad Allen No idea.
I know it's NOT Phoenix!
My guess is Orland Florida.
Well it isn't any of the capitol cities or D.C. as there is too much negativity to even accept a positive change.
My guess would be Dallas or Houston.
I would say it is in Florida, but no clue without looking it up
Florida sure gets their share of rain and thunderstorms so I'll go with a city away from the coast-Orlando or Ocala?
This should be a good one Conrad. Waiting for the answer,
I would guess a state that has large area vs number of people. So maybe somwhere like Wyoming, Utah or Idaho.
Don't have a clue on this one.