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08 November 2005

Election Day

I still need help on the Ebay service stuff (see last post) but don't forget to VOTE today!

I cannot wait to see how things pan out on a national level...

OK, must get to my polling place. Tootles!


At 09 November, 2005 15:03, Anonymous Ruth said...

So, VA actually came through. Interesting, but not really such a surprise to me, as the GOP candidate was a real sleazeball - before I knew who was who (i.e. party affiliation) I thought he was a sleazeball.

And on another +ve note, Tony Bleurgh has failed to initiate the "we don't need no stinking charges" act - 28 days is all they get.

Can this be? A relatively good day for the political landscape? Surely not.

At 09 November, 2005 16:28, Blogger Lisaopolis said...

Yes, I was surprised by the VA governorship-dom! I remain mildly optimistic about the 2006 mid-term elections.. I mean, we've been saying this for the past few years now, enough is enough, I guess people still need a sh*!@$#-storm to hit them in their faces to start giving a hoot. At least it gives me an external excuse to be bitter.

Meanwhile, La France seems to be having a little prob with the "egalite' "thing...

At 09 November, 2005 21:11, Anonymous psuacoustician said...

wait, what happened in my state.... A Dem. Gov and a Rep. Lt Gov. .... what will happen? what drame to unfold? isn't there a law against this kind bruhahah... i mean, a democrat and a republican governing together... its like, unnatural....... and the state will spiral downwards like when blacks were legally allowed to marry whites and when women were given the vote... who knows... next it'll be... Gay Marriage :-O

At 10 November, 2005 13:42, Blogger Lisaopolis said...

no, not the gays! mwhahahhahahahha

our kids will all look back on this and laugh. I hope.

I think the bru-ha-ha laws changed with the Bush Doctrin(ation).


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