Comments: I guess there was already a building called Guitarstrummet

A name like that practically begs for a more British sounding formulation, like Drumthwacket-on-Passaic.

Drumthwacket, by the way, is worth 27 points in Scrabble---assuming you're connecting DRUM to WACKET and don't hit any premium squares in between. Of course, it's a proper noun and illegal, but if nobody challenged WACKET....

Posted by Cowboy Dave at April 13, 2007 05:58 AM

There once was a pol from Drumthwacket
Who enjoyed a sublime income bracket.
He sped in his slick truck
To meet with this sick fuck
But the Don had some Jersey bum whack it.

Posted by RichM at April 13, 2007 12:18 PM

I'm a native New Jerseyan myself, and I never knew the governor lived in Princeton. Princeton being, you know, not the capital of New Jersey, and all.

Obligatory word-nerd trivia: Trenton comes last in an alphabetized list of US state capitals.

Posted by kostia at April 13, 2007 11:00 PM

Kostia: Quite. Perhaps Drumthwacket is merely an auxiliary governor's mansion.

Posted by Francis at April 14, 2007 12:46 AM

On a dark and stormy night, the Governor brooded as he paced the halls of Drumthwacket...

Posted by Douglas at April 14, 2007 02:46 AM
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