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Sunday, October 14, 2007

New Jersey Pride

In 1960, Governor Robert B. Meyner of New Jersey was looking for a state anthem that would have enough pomp and circumstance to showcase his entrance to all state events. To the rescue comes Red Mascara who composed this fine ditty: New Jersey

Red also thought that the catchy phrasings could spawn an entire line of bumperstickers, license plates and cool images like these beauts:

It's a mystery why the state legislature didn't bite and adopt Red's gem as the official state song but at last report they were looking at the Bon Jovi catalog for a suitable tribute to the Garden State.