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  • 67 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 6:33pm

    Alaska has a coastline of 6640 miles. idiots. look it up ?

  • 64 47
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 4:30pm

    Minnesota actually has the most shoreline of any state, and it's all from lakes! I would have never guessed it, but it's true!

  • 71 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 12:46pm

    Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline, Alaska has the longest overall coastline.

  • 64 55
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 15, 09 at 3:37am

    I'm pretty sure it's Kansas. U jackasses

  • 65 57
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 7:26pm

    it is totally and without a doubt Michigan. Michigan's coastline is more than the entire east coast of the united states. If you have forgotten its two peninsula's, so that means 6 total sides of coast line.

  • 63 55
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 2:24pm

    Its alaska...retards

  • 63 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:03am

    1. alaska 2. florida 3. california 4. hawaii 5. lousiana michigan??? really???? lol but this would totally be an argument i'd get in and i would have said california if i hadn't looked it up.

  • 57 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 2:06pm

    noboy has said anything about the muscle relaxant!!

  • 64 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 15, 09 at 10:46am

    Alaska has over 3 million lakes if you want to start including Minnesota. I'm not even exaggerating...the literally have 3 million+ lakes.

  • 55 44
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 4:14pm

    actually, its Rhode Island.....dumbasses

  • 67 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 2:58am

    You're all tripping. It's nevada.

  • 60 54
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 8:57am

    its maine look it up

  • 59 53
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 6:54pm

    Alaska destroys any other state with coastline. I'm from here, look it up we have about 44,000 miles of coastline.

  • 66 67
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 12:48pm

    actually its minnesota fools, check it. over 20,000 lakes...

  • 62 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 3:09pm

    This was a trivia question a few nights ago. MICHIGAN wins... most people forget because all of its shores are lakes not ocean.

  • 55 47
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:30am

    Michigan has the second longest coastline in the U.S. It's not included on most lists because they count seawater coastline, not interior freshwater. Michigan's total coastline is 3,288 miles, which is longer than second place, Florida.

  • 58 54
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 2:34pm

    I think this is my favourite of all the texts

  • 60 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 8:36am

    coastlines are a perfect example of the impossibility of enumerating fractal geometric structures. pick a unit measure and go with it. the infoplease site used 30', so let's just assume somebody did the measuring for us and maine has the longest tidal shoreline.

  • 54 47
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 9:10am

    Oh, I love Pittsburgh...

  • 60 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:04am

    Maine is a fail. Alaska, Florida, and California all have significantly more coastline. Alaska FTW.

  • 55 52
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 4:39am

    I hope the person that said Michigan is not a College Grad. That would be a real shame!!!!GO ALASKA!!! Hosers.

  • 55 52
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 3:51am

    The answer is michigan. Go pens

  • 51 45
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 12, 09 at 5:39am

    i was the first to commenter, and i am not a college grad; still in school, but it's still michigan. the day i read this the first time, it just happened to be my "fun fact of the day" (yeah, they have an app for that) on my iphone. in apple i trust.

  • 51 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 6, 09 at 12:41am

    It is totally and without a doubt NOT Michigan. Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline, which is more than California, Hawaii, and Florida combined. You know, on account of the 10,000 lakes.

  • 52 50
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 10, 09 at 1:00am

    one time i took a bunch of relaxers and walked my dog around my neighborhood with no pants on

  • 51 50
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 12, 09 at 1:01am

    Definitely Maine. We have to be able to claim something.

  • 60 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 12:44am

    Oklahoma has approximately 11,611 miles of shoreline, slightly less than the estimated combined general (nontidal) coastline of the Atlantic, Gulf, Pacific, and Arctic Coasts (12,383 miles).

  • 55 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 11, 09 at 1:05am

    You're all fucking idiots. Alaska is the largest state in the United States. It also has the largest coastline, since there are 10 million fucking chain islands. Don't forget about those, morons.

  • 52 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:02am

    It's definitely Michigan, I just read it somewhere!

  • 51 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 10:07pm

    RE: Anon at 7:28... that's not consistent with the source cited... http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001801.html "Alaska: 1,060 miles of general coastline and 2,521 miles of tidal shoreline." Those are the numbers for the ARCTIC OCEAN coast. Alaska also has 5,580 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline (and 31,383 miles of Pacific tidal shoreline). State of Michigan claims 3288 miles of lake coastline: http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,1607,7-135-3313_3677-15959--,00.html Not even close.

  • 54 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 2:01pm

    maine if you count all those goddam islands

  • 54 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 1:29pm

    Noo Yawk has bigger (and better) everything! holla

  • 43 44
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 10, 09 at 1:44am

    wow this whole time i was CONFIDENT it was california...

  • 54 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 4:49pm

    its Alaska, but within the continental United States the winner is North Carolina, but only if you take into count the outer banks along with its fractal like coastline

  • 42 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 6, 10 at 11:49pm

    Alaska

  • 49 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:49pm

    what does this have to do with valerian root? lol

  • 46 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 10:28am

    Maine: 228 miles of general coastline and 3,478 miles of tidal shoreline. Alaska: 1,060 miles of general coastline and 2,521 miles of tidal shoreline. So take your pick. (http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001801.html by the way)

  • 45 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 2, 10 at 11:57pm

    Except for alaska. Than its michigan

  • 48 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 12:47am

    Do you all really give a damn about a fucking coastline? DO YOU?!

  • 44 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 1, 10 at 9:45pm

    Pick a state and you have a 2% chance of being right. So if I say Arizona or Wyoming, I have a 4% chance of being right.

  • 42 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 27, 09 at 10:57pm

    Maine has the longest coastline in the continental US. Other than that it's Alaska.

  • 47 67
    Submitted by nikoliss on Jun 29, 10 at 11:17pm

    Wow, did all the commenters here take muscle relaxants?..

  • 43 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 10:45am

    the correct answer is Alaska with 6,640 miles of coastline....... OMFG how can you NOT know its alaska? PLEASE! alaska is the LARGEST state (1/3 the size of the us).......... LOOK IT UP!

  • 40 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 2, 10 at 11:56pm

    Its actually michigan look it up.

  • 41 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:50pm

    "If all states with a coast were included, Michigan would rank second with 3,224 miles (5,189 km) of coast." -wikipedia P.S. I hope Andre is not a college grad.