Before I looked at this map I was pretty excited to see what kind of things each country was good at. However looking at the different things each country was good at almost made me laugh a little bit. I couldn't really figure out if this was supposed to be a joke or not. For the U.S. it said the country was good at getting killed by lawnmowers. However places like Brazil is talked about FIFA cups, which I thought was accurate since they tend to have a successful soccer background. I think each thing is supposed to give a little bit of info about a country's particular culture, which is pretty cool. However I just don't know how serious and accurate this data is. What I did like and find intersting is that looking at this map you could break things up to see what countries are good at or even what they are bad at. The visual representation was something I thought was noteworthy in this article, and something that could show a lot of data if it were portraying accurate information.
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