Picture this. . . a billboard ad picturing former President George W. Bush with the caption “Miss Me Yet” along Interstate 35 in Wyoming Minnesota. After rumors of its existence, people still thought it might be a hoax, but it has been confirmed to be real. The mystery however, about where it came from and who paid for it continues.
My theory on where it may have come from? ┬áIt is believed to be the original sign that was used as a practice target for the shoe flinging Iraqi journalist who had thrown shoes at President George W. Bush in 2008. You’ll notice in the picture that Bush is already beginning to start his famed head duck and bobbing and weaving motion which he used successfully during the shoe attack. The billboard has now been placed along Interstate 35 so that motorists passing by can take their chance at hitting the former president with their shoes as they drive by. There is talk that if it becomes as popular with the public as they expect, that they may ask George W. if he would consider participating in a real-life dunk tank version.

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