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03/24/2006

Because simply owning the DVD wouldn't be enough

by Jeremy Hooper

   A Vermont group is attempting to have a yet to be named state mountain renamed in honor of that lil' flick, Brokeback Mountain. However, we hear they'll refuse to have any car accident that occurs on the peak to be referred to as a Crash, preferring instead to call it a wreck. Whatever that means.

         Inspired by the renaming natural resources for gay-themed film fun, we are now pushing to have any desert anywhere named Priscilla, Queen of the; Philadelphia re-monikered Philadelphia; and the entire state of Idaho rezoned to be My Own Private.

Transamerica was just too obvious.

Vermonter Starts Petition To Name Mountain 'Brokeback' [AP via NewsChannel5.com]

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