Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bowling Green is the third largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, after Lexington and Louisville. It is home to Western Kentucky University, the Fruit of the Loom's national headquarters, and the Corvette museum. The city is the permanent residence of US Senator Rand Paul.
"Bowling Green massacre"
Bowling Green was the subject of viral online jokes that eventually translated into real life events including mock vigils after US Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway misspoke about an incident regarding two Iraqi "refugees" who were materially aiding Al-Qaeda in Iraq. She mistakenly referred to this matter as the "Bowling Green massacre."