Remember the epic aspiration of New Jersey to find a state slogan?
(We've never settled on one, unlike our 565 communities that are full of them.)
Enter South Dakota to roll the glove. The state's new slogan for a drug campaign drew attention in South Dakota on social media on Monday.
What is this priceless slogan?
Yes, that is all. It is not a joke. The governor of South Dakota would like to know that her condition is on target. You know, like solving a problem. On it !
Of course, you can just see the problem here, except for the fact that the Florida man will have to raise the antenna next time.
And if you didn't do it and noticed what might be wrong, many Twitter people pointed it out.
So many people have been talking about South Dakota's weird new slogan that the state and "We're on it" have become top trends on Twitter. [1
"Met. We're on it "is spread through TV commercials and billboards where people say," I'm on target. "
The report said that the Minneapolis Broadhead Co. advertising agency came out with the campaign and the state has paid the agency nearly $ 449,000 so far this year.  Noem saw the reaction on Twitter and … doubled over the slogan.
"Hey, Twitter, the whole point of this ign is to raise awareness," Noem tweeted. "So I think it works."
She continued to share the hashtag #MethWeAreOnIt and onmeth.com, the initiative's website, which contained the following statement:
"South Dakota has a problem. There is no one solution as the method is widespread. But we can approach it from different angles so that it does not take over cities, towns, neighborhoods. Let's work together. Meth. We are on it.
However, this is not the first time the slogan has gone astray in South Dakota.
Think of this 2014 record – "Don't mess and drive," meant to discourage drivers from
The road safety slogan was a deliberate dual-antenna game, but provoked enough criticism to get the ax from the State Department for public safety.
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