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Subject:RE: Dilbert Today From:"Bruce Megan (ST-CO/ENS2.5-NA)" <Megan -dot- Bruce -at- us -dot- bosch -dot- com> To:Ken Poshedly <poshedly -at- bellsouth -dot- net> Date:Wed, 6 Jun 2012 16:30:54 +0200
OK.... That is great....
Thanks for the pass along!
From: Ken Poshedly [mailto:poshedly -at- bellsouth -dot- net]
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2012 9:22 AM
To: Bruce Megan (ST-CO/ENS2.5-NA); Gene Kim-Eng; Brian -dot- Henderson -at- mitchell1 -dot- com
Cc: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Subject: Re: Dilbert Today
There you can find the state slogan that SHOULD be on the cars, trucks and other vehicles from our various states.
Megan hit it right on the head. The "true" slogan for MN is "10,000 Lakes. And 10,000,000,000,000 Mosquitoes."
There are some classics (in my view):
Arizona: But It's A Dry Heat
New York: You Have The Right To Remain Silent, You Have The Right To An Attorney
New Jersey: You Want A ##$%##! Motto? I Got Yer ##$%##! Motto Right Here!
West Virginia: One Big Happy Family. Really!
Originally from Ohio "At Least We're Not Michigan" (and also "Where Your Father Has a Friend")
But now a longtime resident of metro Atlanta, Georgia, where "We Put The Fun In Fundamentalist Extremism"