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Saturday, December 24, 2005
New Jersey Slogan Search Bars Sarcasm
(From Dan, our correspondent in the Commonwealth of Taxachusetts.)
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania (Reuters) -- New Jersey, trying to overcome its reputation for corruption, traffic and toxic waste dumps, has rejected dozens of sardonic and sarcastic entries in a contest for a new tourist slogan. (Sorry, no link.)
A list of five possible slogans released Wednesday leaves out:
1) "New Jersey: We can always use another relative on the payroll," and
2) "Come to New Jersey: It's not as bad as it smells."
Other previous winners included:
1) New Jersey: You can't smell it in California
2) New Jersey: Someone's Gotta Live There!!
3) New Jersey: Where you get in for free, but pay a toll to get out.
4) New Jersey: Worth the Toll to Leave
5) New Jersey: Where Trash Gets Picked up, but the women don't.