PolySciFi Blog

Tuesday, September 28, 2004


Breaking the Monotony

Earlier today, I was voicing displeasure that Glenn Beck was disparaging those Americans who were still undecided in their choice for who would be the next President of the United States.

Now I'm on board. It's because of those people that the longest political campaign in the history of the universe gets to go on day after day after day. And it's that information overload that has the more intelligent and partisan among us talking about this and this and this.

Oh my god. Everyone shut up already. Karl Rove is a bastard and a genius. George W. Bush probably shouldn't have been elected POTUS in the first place. John Kerry gives me the willies sometimes, and I'm planning on voting for him.

Dear Lord. Can't we talk about something important?

Like Olympic mascots?

You heard it here first, dear readers - I definitely see another Izzy in the cards. Have a look.

Don't look now, but I think Gliz there needs some dental work.


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