The Least Interesting Museum In The World

USA Today is reporting on an exciting and historically important new museum in Plains, Georgia.

“The museum represents the actual service station where Billy held court with both locals and world media in this small south Georgia town before, during and immediately after his brother’s tenure as the 39th American president.”

Yes, be sure to visit The Billy Carter Service Station Museum as soon as possible.


  1. ChuckEaton says:

    “The project is a joint effort of several departments within the University of Georgia…”

    Just how many UGA departments does it take to open a Billy Carter Museum?

  2. SouthFultonGuy says:

    Its rather sobering that a decade or so ago we thought Billy Carter was the crazy brother.

    With his recent appeasement tour with terrorists its seems Jimmy has surpassed his brother’s legacy.

  3. SouthFultonGuy says:

    Aww GriftDrift I thought you were going to mention the Clinton Presidential library with all the Dubai Dollars…ooops he’s a dem

  4. moocher says:

    Speaking of doofus Presidential relatives, I hear Roger Clinton and Hugh Rodham have been building a joint museum for a number of years. Ever since ground-breaking there has been a sign in the front stating, “PardonOur Progress”

  5. Dave says:

    Wrong caption. The least interesting museum is actually the Carter Center. Billy’s is a riot compared to the Appeaser in Chief’s.

  6. LoyaltyIsMyHonor says:

    Well at least it’s not receiving any direct state funds from the budget. So it actually serves as a great example of a self-sustaining museum. Are you reading this Ben and Jack?

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