Thinking of voting intependant, like, say, for Nader? Miffed that he wasn't included in the debates? Well fret no more, because now you can watch Ralphie face off with Bush and Kerry on DVD!
Saturday, Oct 30th 2004 (7:37pm)
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, cats and squirrels, get it here before you get it in email from everyone you know and everyone they know! The dudes from JibJab who brought you "This Land" (if you haven't seen it, welcome to your first day online...) have made their triumphant return (sure to be over-distributed, but remember, you saw it here first!!!)!
We give to you... drumroll, bitches...
Good To Be In DC!
Friday, Oct 8th 2004 (7:33am)
This is not being posted as a game, or just another reason to get smashed. This is being posted as a public service. You see, extensive testing at Davelog Labs has shown that the only way to swallow tonight's, umm, "debate," is to swallow lots of booze. And, in staying with the theme of "Choice" in this election season, we offer you the choice of two services. Drink up America!
Thursday, Sep 30th 2004 (3:11pm)
By definition, a debate is a free exchange of ideas and questions. Too bad that has no bearing whatsoever on the dog and pony show we'll get treated to tomorrow night. Check out these Top 10 Secrets They Don't Want You To Know About the Debates, and then weep for democracy... because it ain't happening here, bub.
Wednesday, Sep 29th 2004 (11:37am)
Black Box Voting has uncovered some disturbing things about the new Diebold voting system that will be used in more than 30 states - the data stores use an MS Access database which can be modified with Notepad, hidden programs within the system specifically for vote manipulation, and possibly most disturbing, that a chimpanzee can erase the trail of accountability just by mashing on the keyboard.
I strongly suggest voting absentee - at least then, there's a paper trail. There WILL be challenges to whatever outcome this election produces.
Friday, Sep 24th 2004 (6:24am)
Granted, the intarweb is not a truly accurate cross-section of the world's population as a whole, but one could still draw some strong conclusions of how we're viewed by the rest of humanity by looking over who the world would vote for in our next election.
Wednesday, Sep 1st 2004 (12:15am)
Was it really a mistake or was he just saying the truth?
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we," Bush said. "They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."
Friday, Aug 6th 2004 (8:16am)
What's the most useful button on your remote control?
Nothing! Player's off!
King Kong (2005)
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