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What a Great Day

Posted November 4, 2008

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Illustration by Patrick Moberg

Yes, I am in paradise, but I'm also pretty pumped about my man Obama.

What's surprised me is how pumped everyone in Thailand is about this election. Every time I hopped in a cab and they asked in broken English where I'm from, the first response to "New York City" is always "Barack Obama!" Oftentimes, they'd go on and talk to me about who has more foreign policy experience or if America can really elect a Black President. Sure, the US elections affect everyone, but it's amazing how knowledgeable my cab drivers have been.

Anyway, with this election seeming pretty much wrapped up, I'm going to go hang on the beach.

Synchronized Political Debating

Really impressive. I can't imagine how long this took to get perfect [via waxy]

A Poem for the Young Voter

Posted October 28, 2008

I voted this morning (I'll be out of town). Listen to Jay Smooth and make sure you vote a week from today.

Palin Song

Palin's ridiculous answer during the Katie Couric interview is set to beautiful piano music. It makes it tolerable, if not beautiful. [via mr. sippey]

Video: Imagining if McCain Hired Famous Directors to Create his Ads

John Woo, Kevin Smith and Wes Anderson. They're all pretty funny. [via Coudal]

My Contribution to the Zombie McCain Ouvre

Posted October 17, 2008

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Man, I love this meme. Buzzfeed has some links but the evolution one on America Blog is possibly the best.

Thanks to Mike for the idea.

100 Reasons Why McCain Won't Be President

An exhaustive, informative list. It's definitely worth reading if you're on the fence.

For Those Who Can, Please Vote Today!

Posted February 5, 2008

Unlike most days, when this site is bustling with activity and new posts, today I'm putting up Matt's vote page to remind ya'll to get out there and pull that lever, push that button or whatever it is you do to make your vote count.

And if you do go, take a picture and send it to the Polling Place project.

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