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(Adweek)   "I'm concerned about the blueberries" billboard on I-69 puzzles Michiganders. Some say it's a drug reference. Others think it's about school funding, bees, the ACA, or a Banksy thing. And quite a few think it has something to do with blueberries   ( divider line
    More: Strange, Michiganders, Michigan, blueberries, ACA, Lena Dunham  
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2013-10-20 02:54:45 AM  

super_grass: Blueberries are farking delicious, just leaving it here.

That's just it. I'm concerned whenever I eat too many blueberries. It's quite a shock when you go to the bathroom.
2013-10-20 10:38:30 AM  
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Isn't that what we're all saying in our own lives...'I'm concerned about the blueberries'.
2013-10-20 10:39:32 AM  
If only I wasn't colorblind.

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2013-10-20 03:51:28 PM  

brimed03: FrancoFile: Hilary T. N. Seuss: And I'm concerned about the boysenberries. Whatever happened to boysenberry yogurt? That stuff was great, and now I can't find it in the grocery store anywhere.

Do they still have snozzberry yogurt?

Stop quoting that!

It reminds me that he's shagging Christina Hendricks... and that makes me incredibly baffled and upset....

Say what now?  Gene Wilder is not shagging Christina Hendricks.
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