Saturday, March 10, 2012

Hawaii Adopts Official State Microbe

Apparently, the Hawaiian Goose and the hula dance no longer adequately represent the great Aloha State.

Hawaii has decided to expand its list of official state symbols by adopting.... a germ.

Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill that will recognize a bacterium called Nesiotobacter exalbescens as Hawaii’s official microbe.

In a move that will likely have the other 49 states clamoring for their own microbes, Hawaii will become the first state in the union to officially adopt a germ.

The Hawaiian Goose is rumored to be slightly miffed by this week's legal developments.

But as everyone knows... the surly bird gets the germ. 

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"What do you mean I'm being replaced by a microbe?"

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