We had to fight to keep this stuff in Texas science books.
Then, out on the street, I see a U-Haul truck.
Well played, U-Haul. Can Texas catch up?
Update, October 24, 2013: Turns out U-Haul has a website that features all of the graphics they use on their trucks. I sense a geography or state history assignment in here, somewhere, social studies teachers. Reminds me of the animals that used to (still do?) grace the tails of Frontier Airlines airplanes, the Native American on the tails of Alaska Airlines, and other specific destination promoting tricks businesses have used over the years. Wish more businesses would do that.
- Crater of Diamonds State Park website (Arkansas)
- Geology.com, “How do diamonds form?”
- “Teenager finds over 3-carat diamond in state park,” 100.3 Jack-FM