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For those of you who think Georgia is filled with nothing but lead-poisoned moonshine drinkers and has torn down everything worth preserving (well, I think Sherman started the trend) and therefore would not be worthy of federal funds from DHS, I ask you: What about our Kangaroos?

Of course, I didn't actually know that we had kangaroos until DHS pointed it out, but still. However, it appears that the Inspector General of the DHS thinks something funny is going on:

In a report released this week, the inspector general of the department found that its National Asset Database includes "unusual or out-of-place" sites whose "criticality is not readily apparent" and whose presence tainted the credibility of the list.
I say: tell it to the Kangaroos! Well, mayb not:
Georgia has 1,514 facilities listed in the database. But Buzz Weiss, a spokesman for Georgia's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, would not identify them, saying the information is classified.
Because, of course, nobody wants to see what happens when panic strikes the largest collection of marsupials outside Australia. Perhaps, I'm being alarmist though. The locals problaby know best:
The inclusion made no sense to Gordon Pirkle either. He's run the Dawsonville Pool Room for 40 years.

"This seems like the safest place in America to me," he says. "Unless you're a moonshiner, and revenuers give you trouble."

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