Let’s Pretend That…

…Georgia and Tennessee declared war against each other over a territorial dispute. It could happen!

You heard it here first… (Click on photo for story.)


Is this story the beginning of a war with our northern neighbors?

“All they want to do is get them some water, and I’m against it,” said 70-year-old Freddy McCulley, who lives on the Tennessee side. “They ought to control their growth in Atlanta. This has nothing to do with the people. It’s the politicians.”

It seems that Georgia is now trying to claim part of Tennessee back due to an error made by faulty measuring when the lines were drawn up. Of course the part they are trying to claim includes part of the Tennessee River. hmmm…

“When in drought, duke it out!” I hear the Tennessee National Guard is building a chicken-wire fence to keep Georgia troops out as I type this blog entry…

So who do you think would win?


~ by jtcrespo on February 10, 2008.

4 Responses to “Let’s Pretend That…”

  1. we would win, cause our aquarium is bigger and better. wurd

  2. We’d win cause our grammar is gooder.

  3. I honestly don’t know enough about the different type of people in each state. I mean the ratio’s of “Home Team Spirit”, “Strength and Numbers”, Intelligence, and Firepower will all play contributing factors. Now on the other hand… chicken-wire fence is nearly unbreakable. So… Georgia should probably give up while they are ahead.

  4. Hmmm, I’m going to have to go with Tennessee on this one. Longer state loyalty. Plus, the Titans DO beat out the Falcons any day. I mean, they are Titans.

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