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"Bottom line? You're still king of about two-thirds of all you survey."
"We're looking toward the Paci?c Rim, Green?eld. What the hell are you doing?"
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Sixth-grade teacher Brenda Kane begins her week-long study of Australia.
How the U.S. would look if Texas and Rhode Island switched places
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'Yep, the world's round.'
"Derek's sneakers were made in Malaysia. Can anyone show us where Malaysia is?"
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Government of Mongolia - Inner & Outer
The fundamentals of Human Geography
'Any questions... Google it'
'If our calculations are correct, Dr. Pinkerton, continental drift is speeding up much faster than anyone thought.'
'For accuracy, it suggests you look out of the window and check the pine cone!'
Department of Geography: Latitude and Longitude.
'I'll bet it waits 'til after the geography test.'
"They'd be further behind other countries in Geography if they could name more countries."
'Which is closer to us, the moon or Iowa?'
Kid approaching door marked 'Today's Lesson: The Ice Age' wears pillow tied to his behind.
'Wales covers an area roughly the size of Wales.'
Having been born with a birthmark that looks exactly like Asia and the Mideast, Russell was able to ace the geography portion of the SATs.
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'When you created the world, Lord, did you know that Miss Rabone would be able to fit the whole thing into one geography test?'
Geographic anomaly: An Alp found in the Himalayas.
'I don't know how I was supposed to find the English Channel. I didn't even have the remote control.'
'You might want to have a dermatologist look at those Rockies.'
'I still have feelings for you, but I feel like we're slowly drifting apart.'