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Tuesday, November 02, 2004



"Gore sues anyway."


I am so with ya. Hubster and Brother Dear went this morning. I was planning on leaving early - most employours allow 2 hours to vote. I've never actually 'used' that, but I figured by the time I get home around 4 - it will be packed. So I wanted to hedge my bet, plus get some use out of the "I voted" sticker.

As of a few yrs ago, This Place decided only to allow time if your schedule did not allow you time - we have some people who are on 12s...I'm taking a book and my PDA to occupy my time whilst I wait.

I wish we could go back to the time when you had to wait until the next day or two to know who won.

I am going to vote against all our amendments - one - enough people actually signed petitions to split our electoral votes got on the ballot, another to increase taxes for the stewpid light rail (which already had a tax voted on in the '70s to allow for light rail expansion...) - the cruds.

I've had it too. I think I'll just record the shows I would normally watch - I don't want to see the damn scrolly things on the bottom and just watch a dvd instead.

I like your blue bracelet! Live Right - Go Bush/Cheney!


I voted within 15 minutes at my poll at 7am this morning. I was not disenfranchised, and I didn't see evidence of anyone else being disenfranchised either.

I got NO sleep on election night 2000 - I'm sure I'll have the TV on all night tonight too. My stomach in knots.


Schmed, 1 out 3 on yer predilictations. You suck.;)

Kay, It took me 25 minutes to vote because the name reader lady was sooooooooooo slooooooooooow.


OK, so I was overly synical soothsayin' on the senate - I'll TAKE it!


Maybe I was too hard on you. Go visit a [Silly Person's] blog if you want some really moronic predictions. That guy must be on the verge of hara-kiri.

CC, it's a matter of schmEditorial principal that we not say "Voldemort" out loud.

Oh, and I did and you're right.


I hope everyone THANKED the poll workers... we're short at my pre-sinkt. Got a letter from Doug axing me to volunteer.

These good people serve us more niggardly types.

Tiger GrrL

HOUR 20 MINUTES. It wouldn't have been that bad if the people waiting in line behind me weren't TOTAL TOOLS! This hubby and wife couple was a trip. The husband (sporting a porn star moustache and phone clipped on his belt) made comments about people as the left the polls such as, "People like THAT shouldn't be allowed to vote". I couldn't believe he was saying that stuff OUTLOUD. His soccer-mom wife KEPT complaining about how she was going to be late for her tennis lesson. Give me a break. A few minutes more and I would have ended up a headline story along with Kip, Vitter, and Bush...

A friend of mine held a "summit" at her place to watch the returns - TOTAL BLAST. AND the best news of all is that there is no run-off between Vitter and Johns which means NO MORE COMMERCIALS! WHOOOOO HOOOOOO!!!!


Let me second that sentiment. No more campaign commercials, yeah! Now we can get back to erectile dysfunction commercials like any other civilized society.

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