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Kngland here (UK was problematic with a K prefix)

This is the current GoogleAnalytics data for KerbalX.com right now which probably gives a rough overview of user distribution. 400 users on the site right now and currently most of the traffic is coming from this forum (earlier twitch was the biggest source of traffic). obviously there are many more users on the the forum, but as a kinda random sample I think the info about distribution is probably not too far off.

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I wish we could see one of those pin style maps, with a little dot for the vague location of each user.

Kan't Can't (sorry, had to) you do that on something like Google Maps or MapQuest? I was in a community that did something like that before.

Oh, and Kansas, USA. I don't even have to be clever.

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Hola from the boring-and-already-said Kermerica

On 4/27/2015, 10:45:46, Kurotenshi said:

Kelgium, reporing for duty!

I like how you added a K to a nation that doesn't exist, like Belgium!

 

(If you know where this is from you get a flower)

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Arkansas, USA.  I'll leave it up to our friends in Kansas and Alabama to decide whether that's technically a Southern or Midwestern state.  xD

(As a funny side-note for our foreign friends who are unaware of this fact:  Despite apparently differing only in the additional syllable at the beginning, "Arkansas" is pronounced nothing like "Kansas".  The longer state's name is pronounced as a dactyl, with the second 'a' an undefined sound closer to a soft 'e' and the final syllable pronounced like a tool for cutting.  The shorter, at least when spoken in the dialect of a native from my state, is a trochee that enunciates the first syllable like it's written, but sounds like the second should be spelled "zus".  I would blame this inconsistency on an attempt to Romanize words borrowed from the natives' language, but that still doesn't explain identical spelling for very different-sounding words.)

Edited by Aetharan
Rambling about linguistics.

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Ksydney (the K is silent), Kaustralia ( the K isn't silent, and the "ralia" is ridiculously overemphasized... kind of like Kost-RAAAIILLL
EEya). 

Edited by Tourist

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