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Top 10 Worst Slogans for Small Towns

by Tim Buktu
Geography Editor
Restaurant painted sign
Spacing doesn't count,
but spelling does.


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  1. Is Potable Water that important?
  2. Birthplace of Flesh-Eating Bacteria!
  3. Fewer illegitimate children than neighboring towns!
  4. Home of Broad Lawns and Narrow Minds.
  5. No restaurant fatalities since 1996!
  6. Free Coupon Book with every Speeding Ticket.
  7. We cheat the other guy and pass the savings on to you.
  8. If you lived here, we could increase our tax base.
  9. "No Crime since '59" (unless you count embezzlement)
  10. While the real slogan for tiny Rosebud, Texas is "We call it home", we can't help but think it might be improved:
    " We call it home; the rest of you can call it Rosebud."
John Troesser
 
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