There are probably three or four people on WikiTree who haven't yet figured out that my sense of humour is is so far off kilter that I don't even know what a kilter is. Whenever I see a profile with a location that is not carried out to the country name, I'm sorely tempted to complete the location incorrectly, partly just to be weird, partly as a not-so-subtle reminder to the person who created the profile that locations need to be completed right out to the country name, and partly just because I'm what Australians call a "stirrer". (If you've ever seen a great Australian flick about the Apollo XI moon landing called The Dish, the character of Mitch is pretty much me. Or would be, if I were an astrophysicist and knew how to play cricket.)
So far, I have resisted the temptation to change locations like "Paris" to "Paris, Texas, United States of America", or "London" to "London, Ontario, Canada", or "WA" to "Western Australia, Australia", although I have come across incomplete locations so frequently that I have been sorely tempted. (I could probably get a medal for resisting overwhelming temptation. At least as long as nobody brings up subjects like chocolate.)
So anyway, today, I was working through the Let others know what locations you are working on page, trying to make sure that there are at least five unconnected branches and two unconnected notables for each jurisdiction. For some places, like New York, there are so many unconnected branches listed that I've come to the conclusion that it must be hard to find sources for those places. For other places, especially places with small populations, unconnected branches are a little harder to find.
So anyway, I'm currently working on the state of Maine, and searching through Aleš's unconnected reports for branches with at least once person who was born in Maine. I thought I had a candidate branch when I found the profile for Oskar Goebel, who, according to his profile, was born in Frankfurt, Maine. The fact that he died in Berlin is a little confusing. But it's possible that he died in Berlin, Connecticut, or possibly Berlin, Massachusetts, or possibly Berlin, Ontario (since renamed to Kitchener), or possibly one of the three Berlins in Wisconsin. But since the rest of his family never seem to have left Germany, it seems more likely that he was actually born in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany.
Now, it's entirely possibly that the "Frankfurt, Maine" entry came about because somebody accidentally picked the wrong Frankfurt from the pop-up list, but I like to think that, somewhere out there, there's somebody else with a sense of humour every bit as subversive as mine.