Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Seems Like We Have Gawker's "Worst State" Contest in the Bag

Posted By on Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 5:06 PM

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It'll be a few days before we get to find out the worst state in America as determined by Gawker, but it feels like Arizona probably has it in the bag, right? After all, we "won" the last of these when GQ arbitrarily ranked the 50 states, and if they're going to give New York the title of Best State Ever because they have gay marriage, a global cultural center, and the Catskills, I'm sure it'll be all Brewer, Arpaio, and the usual suspects.

C'mon, Mississippi's new oppressive immigration law is about to go into effect, so they have to start competing for last. Plus, the Grand Canyon! No one else has one of those. Help us out a bit.

[Gawker]

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