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Atlanta Loves Killer Mike So Much They Gave Into Puns and Named a Tunnel-Boring Machine 'Driller Mike'

If you thought the greatest gift of life is friendship or love, you're wrong. It's actually having a tunnel-boring machine named in your honor. According to Pitchfork, earlier this year, Atlanta's Department of Watershed Management asked the city's residents to pick a name for the new $11.6 million tunnel-boring machine the ... More »
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