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If Every U.S. State Were A Mustache, Which Mustache Would They Be?

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Each of the America’s 50 states have their own official state song, state bird, and even state motto.  So why don’t they all have their own official state mustache? With gridlock in government at an all time high, we at Estately took on the chore of determining which recognizable mustache best represents the unique qualities of each state (and the District of Columbia).
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50 Largest U.S. Cities Ranked From Most “Country” To Least

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Even though 80% of Americans now live in urban areas it doesn’t mean they’ve all lost touch with their country roots. There are still American cities where people drive pickups to the symphony, order a domestic beer with their sushi, and experience nirvana in a duck blind instead of a meditation class.

Here at Estately, we sought to find out just which of the 5- largest U.S. cities are the most “country” To do this, we took the 50 most populated cities and ranked them from 1-50 based on the percentage of Facebook users listing these ten topics as interests:  country music, fishing, hunting, NASCAR, firearms, barbecue, cowboy boots, pickup trucks, rodeos, and sweet tea.
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The Geography of Justin Bieber Fever

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Families have a lot to consider when shopping for a home:  quality of schools, proximity to work, crime rate, and obviously the severity of Bieber Fever in the area. Basically, what are the odds a member of your family will fall under the spell of this generation’s most despicable pop culture monster—Justin Bieber?
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U.S. States Most And Least Likely To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

zombie3 Given the growing frequency with which zombies appear in movies, TV shows, and your worst nightmares, it’s inevitable the zombie apocalypse will soon be upon us. When it comes to surviving this inevitable showdown with the undead, location is everything. Do you live in a state populated with zealous zombie fighters capable of beating back hordes of brain-hungry walking dead? Estately answered this question with its Zombie Apocalypse Preparedness Rankings, which were determined using the 11 metrics below that measure fighting ability, knowledge of zombies, physical fitness, and access to weapons…
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21 Things You Need to Know Before Moving to Lubbock, TX

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Considering a Lone Star State residency but don’t want to live in over-populated cities like Dallas, Houston or San Antonio? Welcome to Lubbock, the Texan city with the 11th highest population, housing approximately 236,065 of the state’s finest. Responsible for unending cotton, one of rock and roll’s greatest and rowdy Red Raiders, this West Texas gem might be what your new-dwelling doctor ordered. There’s only one way to find out.

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The Top U.S. Cities for Douchebags

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Douchebags—they’re all around us. You see them drinking Bud Light Platinum with their bros, double parking their PT Cruisers, and jostling each other in line to buy tickets to the latest Fast & Furious movie. While the douchebag population is a nationwide phenomenon, there are some cities where they’re found in greater abundance. For this groundbreaking study, we took the 100 most populated U.S. cities and determined rankings based on percentage of males in each city who listed the douchie items below as “interests” on their Facebook pages. Keep in mind that if you find fault with our criteria it’s probably because you are also a total d-bag.
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