Google’s Trends data cited the most common “how to” spelling searches for 2017 by state, finding that most Americans search for words between 6 to 10 letters long. In this cohort of states, we have Oklahoma (“patient”), California (“beautiful”), Arkansas (“chihuahua”), and Nebraska (“suspicious”), among the majority of other states across the county. There are some spelling mishaps that are more understandable -- Michigan struggles with “pneumonia,” for example -- but everything here is eclipsed by Wisconsin, because Wisconsin can’t even spell “Wisconsin,” correctly. Yes, according to the map, people in Wisconsin can’t spell the word “Wisconsin,” even though it’s literally scrawled across all state ID’s, government buildings, and most places you can look with two eyes. This, my midwestern friends, is unacceptable, so let me spell it out for you: W-I-S-C-O-N-S-I-N. This better be a cruel joke or the Vikings are totally going to win the Super Bowl next year.