ojI had the opportunity to write an article for Bleacher Report a few years ago - they wanted a slide show format, and this was my idea. I ended up turning it down as I didn't have the time and for me it was just for fun, but I have my notes and initial ideas.
I had a more stringent methodology, and criteria. I said something like they had to relocate before the age of 21 to be considered from that state, or if they attended college and then stayed there they could be considered from the new state, so Woods was from California. Which I think he should have been here, but they really wad Wright included.
My rough draft also included honorable mentions up to five, and then ranked the states overall. Texas was number one.
Not exactly a movie, but it was certainly moving. . .well worth watching.
This was really sad, and makes me wonder how Mengele was allowed to die of natural causes.
Totally agree. Attacks by "Brown People" get far more sensationalist press than attacks by "Not Brown People" which skews everyone's perception of reality. Count up how many innocent Americans have been killed by the "Not Brown People" and then compare to the "Brown People" attacks.
Get a grip people, acting like a bunch of xenophobic dicks isn't going to keep you safe.