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Desc:Roy Barnes worries about people worrying about microchips in their brains.
Category:News & Politics, Educational
Tags:georgia, political ad, governer, Barnes, Roy
Submitted:Goofy Gorilla
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Georgia: At Least We're Not Florida!
that's what the brain microchips WANT you to believe!
How could a town that harbors the Coca-Cola Museum, CNN Tower and the rotating Civil War diorama wherein the South kicks the North's everloving ass NOT be taken seriously?
The CN Tower is in Toronto. CNN is not involved with the CN tower.

What if we're laughing about the way they pronounce "laughing"?
I don't know. I don't think Georgia will ever recover from "Deliverance." So's yall's might as well keep on rapin' dem city-folk, I reckon.
There should be laws against putting microchips in the brain. Have we not seen enough "future of advertising rape" videos?
Shoot for the stars! Shoot for non-ridiculousness.
I go to DragonCon in Atlanta fairly often, and I have to say that it's the only place in the country I go for a gaming con where I still hear D&D geeks complain that relatives/neighbors still consider the game "satanic."

Have these bible-thumpers not discovered the internet?
their Internet is not your Internet, SPK, it is a far stranger mirror

Caminante Nocturno
It's about time Georgia started joining the 20th century.
Rodents of Unusual Size
5 stars for a political ad I actually admire (for once)
See, living in Mississippi, I actually dream about places like Georgia that are far more progressive.

Yes, that is as sad as it sounds.
I'm so sad for you now.

Georgia: we need to take things in baby steps.
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