Too Many Georgias
Given that we’re entering into the fast lane into a presidential election in which Georgia (USA) is being touted by the punditocracy as in play (it ain’t) and about to start a college football season in which Georgia (SEC) is ranked number one in the polls, we didn’t need another one.
Now, when I read headlines like Totten in Georgia, I don’t know whether he’s reporting on the election, a sporting event, or a grave international crisis.
Sometimes, of course, it’s obvious.
There’s not much mistaking “8 Ga. Southern players suspended for Georgia game” or “Russian diplomat warns of Georgia issue’s impact on Russia-NATO ties” or “Russia plans Georgia pullback by Aug 22.”
But what about, “Congressman trying to rescue NJ girls in Georgia“?
My personal favorite: “Bigfoot hoaxers from Georgia face lawsuit.”