Monday, November 3, 2008

Nuclear Tentacles!

Don't forget about my groovy new blog: Nuclear Tentacles!
In related news...
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And this brings us to Wagga's update on how Australians plan to spend the US presidential election tomorrow: "The Australians will be following events with a hangover"

Currently listening to Grieg - March Of The Trolls

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

25 Things I Will Not Miss About McCain, Palin and the GOP

Edgar Alpo said...

wagga, that link had three articles and three separate quotes I found interesting.

Ogg the Caveman said...

I for one am ready for all this shit to be over with.

Ogg the Caveman said...

How to pet my cat / how not to pet my cat

(Your cat may vary. Consult owner's manual.)

NotAnOptimist said...

yay voting!
(finally. the tension was getting unbearable. now there's nothing to do but cross our fingers and hope for the best.)

Edgar Alpo said...

i am not going to rain on notanoptimist's parade. :D

Akubi said...

I'm hoping this site is not updated: Is McCain President?

Akubi said...

What (if any) Confederate state will go with Hopey?

Akubi said...

Too close to call in AZ!
That is f-ing pathetic.

Edgar Alpo said...

Obama doesn't need the confederate states w/ Yankee Doodle Ohio in the bag.

Ogg the Caveman said...

Washington and California will give it to Obama, even if everything else goes McCain.

Ogg the Caveman said...

@ Akubi:

http://www.isobamapresident.com/

NotAnOptimist said...

I'd sigh in relief, but prop 8 is still too close to call. =\

Akubi said...

I can’t believe prop 8 appears as though it is going to pass! I propose a proposition that bans out of state funding in our elections.

Akubi said...

@NotanOptimist,
These California election results maps are interesting - particularly the percentages, i.e. 3/4 of SF and Marin voted No on prop 8 which is significantly more than any other counties. No wonder I was shocked.

NotAnOptimist said...

@Akubi:
I will support your proposition banning out of state funding. Ugh. This is ridiculous. This is appalling. =\

Mitchell said...

Well, America, you did it. In a historic exercise in lateral thinking, you have chosen that the son of a CIA blueblood will be succeeded as president by the son of a Kenyan socialist. You voted for change and now you have your chance. Now is when we find out just how much moxie America does have left. There really are solutions to all your problems, I'm sure, even that hideous ten-trillion-dollar debt (and I'm also sure China will have lots of helpful suggestions there). And might I say that, though black is the color of the moment, green is the color of the future? With the new president as community organizer of Americaville rather than CEO of America, Inc., sustainability can be a theme around which people come together, and not just within America.

Good luck and all that,
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