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From Michael James Boyle:
November 6, 2006 1:38 AM | 2 Comments
From xkcd today comes this tidbit of truth and wisdom:
Yeah, that kind of sums it up. Now I don’t need to write a “pre elections angst” post.
On November 7, 2006 12:21 AM,
Comment by Gabe:
Will there be a post-elections-angst post? aggh... I wasn't thrilled about the results, but they weren't quite bad enough to make me consider registering to vote in Canada...
On November 7, 2006 1:45 PM,
Comment by Michael Boyle:
Gabe, congratulations, I think you may be the first person who I don't know personally to comment here! (Unless I do know you personally and don't realize it in which case, man am I embarrassed!) I thought we was so obscure that not even spammers had found me yet! For a second I was worried that you thought I'd actually drawn the comic, rather than just linking to it from xkcd.com. Unfortunately, of course, I'm not nearly brilliant enough for that, although Sasha does draw some great ones (e.g. here and here).
I sure hope I don't have to write a post-elections-angst post... I'm tired of investing so much into these things. I'm worried that no matter what the results we are all going to feel that it's a big let down because even if there's a landslide, Bush will, after all, still be President.
So, meh, I voted and now I'm just going to try to let it go.
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