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Trivia: Winner: DrakeStraw: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus…

the World?!

Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club: Jackson, New Hampshire.

Grand Hotel: Mackinac Island, Michigan.

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa: Waikiki, Hawaii

The Porches Inn: North Adams, Massachusetts.


"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

Re: Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World?!…

No one can take a guess?!?

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the World and thus the US ?!…


Grand Hotel: Mackinac Island, Michigan
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BTW, Your subject is non sequitur. I fixed it on my post.

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🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World?!…

, I see that you switched the US and the World around. The world is larger and thus it makes more sense the way I had it. So I switched it back. Smaller to larger, NOT larger to smaller.





"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World [sic] ?!…

The world is larger and thus it makes more sense the way I had it.
Nope, you have it backwards. It's a true non sequitur. One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the US and thus the world … hell, no. The Burj Khalifa is the tallest in the world.

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🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World [sic] ?!…

Yours is two different answers (one for the US and one for the world), while mine is the same for both the US and the world.

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World [sic] ?!…

The US is IN the World, NOT the World is IN the US.

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

🌎 Trivia: Where is the longest porch in the US and thus the World [sic] ?!…

The US is IN the World, NOT the World is IN the US.
Nevertheless, it does not follow that because something is the largest in the US it is also the largest in the world. It's the word "thus" that works against your logic. Leave it out and the statement is true. Leave it in and it ain't necessarily so.

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