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What do Delaware and Hawaii have in common, different from other states?

Hint 1: Some may say it's really not Delaware, but Ohio. Phooey on the quibblers, say I.

Hint 2: You probably have to be about as old as I am, or live in certain states (oddly, those states do not include those mentioned above), to get this without the assistance of Google (which I would consider cheating -- you're on your honor!).

Be the first with a correct answer, and win fame and glory! No actual prizes, sorry.

Andre Guirard | 6 February 2009 06:20:00 AM ET | Home, Plymouth, MN, USA | Comments (7)


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1) Possible answers
Chris Mobley | 2/6/2009 8:53:51 AM

Since I live next to Deleware (in Maryland)I'm going to guess it either has to do with "no sales tax" or "tax benefits for incorporating there".

2) that’s not it...
Andre Guirard | 2/6/2009 9:58:27 AM

Chris, I don't know whether these states may be unique in that way, but that's not the sort of thing I had in mind. Think slightly silly.

3) Not "no sales tax"
Kathy Brown | 2/6/2009 10:37:04 AM

It isn't no sales tax, New Hampshire would be on the list.

4) The only states where it is legal to throw snowballs?
Carl Tyler | 2/6/2009 11:11:32 AM

Anything to do with Presidents?

5) I’m enjoying this...
Andre Guirard | 2/6/2009 3:26:04 PM

Doesn't have anything to do with snowballs, doesn't have anything to do with Presidents.

All right, kids, go ahead and use Google. Heh.

6) my Google-fu is weak
Charles Robinson | 2/6/2009 4:43:10 PM

I can't find any correlation between Delaware and Hawaii, particularly one that might tangentially relate to Ohio.

7) I know!
Brett H | 3/31/2009 3:30:01 PM

They both have two pairs of letters in their names.

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