Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Greed State USA

Posted By on Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 10:01 AM

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I'm so proud of our Grand Canyon State. Yes, proud!

Seems we have more to boast about than uncontrolled growth and friendly retirement. According to a series of maps on Wired Magazine, we are now a great place for Lucifer to retire—or we must be a vacation destination for him when it's just too hot below.

Evidently when it comes to the Seven Deadly Sins, we're up there in Greed, Pride and Envy, with only a dash of Wrath. I was particularly disappointed in our devilish standing on Lust—we're just a little pink in that sin. The Lust numbers came from STD statistics, and, according to the map, the northeast area of our state needs a Trojan air drop immediately.

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