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Who would you like to help you navigate?


Let's get some comment interaction going, and start the year off right.

I've heard that Snoop Dogg's voice can be downloaded onto a Tom-Tom GPS device. He'll say "Exit Left, fo' shizzle."  I don't know about you, but I'm barely cool enough to listen to his rap, and definitely not cool enough to drive around with him in my car.

So let's get creative.

  • Who would you most like as the voice of your GPS?
  • Who would you least like as the voice of your GPS?

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  1. Anonymous10:55:00 AM

    I would most like to hear Troy Aikman. I would least like to hear Gilbert Godfrey.

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  2. Anonymous6:29:00 PM

    Marilyn Monroe

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  3. Anonymous6:31:00 PM

    Most: Demi Moore
    Least: Fran Dresher

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  4. It seems to have eaten my comment.

    Most: Darth Vader
    Least: Anakin Skywalker

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  5. Anonymous2:07:00 AM

    Most: Samuel L. Jackson
    Least: Michael Jackson

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  6. Anonymous1:35:00 PM

    Most: James Earl Jones
    Least: Sam Kinison

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