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State Farm Site Lets You Wreak Havoc on Your Own House Type in your address, unleash the alien

Here's a fun way to waste a few minutes of your day. State Farm's new site, State of Chaos, asks for your street address and then uses Google Street View to create a scene of robotic destruction on your actual block. The app plays off State Farm's recent ad featuring a giant robot attack, shown below. After watching your customized video, you're given the option of finding an agent or sending your clip to friends. The idea is that you'll need State Farm when faced with abject chaos—not to be confused with mayhem, of course. Hat tip to Presurfer.

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