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(Flag) (Coat of Arms)
Motto: مهما تعتقد أن هذا يعني أنه لا.
Anthem: "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Capital Montgomery Oblast
 Previous capital Danville, Virginia
Largest city (blah)
Official languages redneck
Government whoever has the most guns
Prime Minister {{{prime_minister}}}
National Hero(es) Lynyrd Skynyrd
Currency sisters
Religion Baptistism and guns
Population not counted
Area a bit bigger than Georgia, we think
Population density (blah)
Ethnic groups rednecks
Major exports southern rock, Rebecca St. Claire
Major imports Neil Young records
National animal Alabama red-bellied cooter
Favourite pastime shooting guns
Opening hours Monday-Saturday
Internet tld .al
Calling code 205, 659, 334, 256, 938, or 251

Alabama is a progressive state most known for its dead rights, especially multiple voting privileges. The people of Alabama spend their time trying to figure out how to get into Texas and play there. (PROTIP: It turns out the trick is to have a fiddle in the band.)

Notable things[edit | edit source]

Cities[edit | edit source]

  • Birmingham - where they love the governor (Boo. Boo. Boo.)
  • Muscle Shoals - has got the Swampers

SWEET HOME ALABAMA[edit | edit source]

Sexy Alabaman women. (The only one in existence.)
Oh yo mama!
How I feel I should eat a pandama.
Eating and sucking and killing every drama.
OH yeah!
Chinese are cooool!
Japanese are coool!
Marocanese are coooool!
Everyone coooool!

Greeting from Mars.

American states

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