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Still mad at Arizona, mostly (access required)

On Twitter, you find a lot of people who are still mad at the Grand Canyon state, and tonight just made them madder.  Here are a few that I found in the past few minutes -- censored as needed: From koalasloverain of Arkansas: What the ---- is wrong with you, country? Especially you, Arizona. Get out of my face. I want to move to Vancouver or London. Couve=cheaper. From Carmelita, whose location is "Worldwide": McCain and Brewer wins pretty much means I'm not stepping into #Arizona anytime soon. Oh well time to get @yayamartinez to L.A.

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  1. Hi John,
    So glad you like my blog! Today is day 3 for me in Arizona and I’m going to check out the state fair. NO idea what to expect but needless to say I’m excited.

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