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    Good ol' small town Iowa!

    Had to give the hometown a little rep on here!

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...NEWS/120529015



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    Re: Good ol' small town Iowa!

    I'm curious how they came up with that 62% lol I know they said the Pyco score or whatever but didn't give a clear indicator.


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    Re: Good ol' small town Iowa!

    how is 10% above average at 62 percent the nation high? That is an outrageously small deviation provided this was a real statistic.



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    Re: Good ol' small town Iowa!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhoadhoused View Post
    how is 10% above average at 62 percent the nation high? That is an outrageously small deviation provided this was a real statistic.
    That just makes it all the more impressive!



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