October 6th, 2003
|10:05 pm - How are you voting tomorrow?|
VOTE SLYTHERIN. Look out for Malfoy coming above Potter on the ballot paper.
(source: Defective Yeti)
With approximately 478 names on the California recall ballot paper, one of them has to be that of someone who coincidentally happens to be called Harry Potter, surely?
Current Mood: scared
Current Music: "The Friends List" - me
|Date:||October 6th, 2003 03:19 pm (UTC)|| |
I. hate. the. recall.
On a lighter note, I told my dad that he should have voted for the adult film actress on there, but he voted for Huffington. Too bad she dropped out. *G*
Not sure who I'd vote for if I were in CA right now. Part of me says "the front-running Democrat to make sure Arnie doesn't get in", part of me says "the Green because I'd like to see the Green movement do better in the US", part of me says Georgy the geek just because she's a blogger and part of me says...
He came, what, fifteenth in the end. Good result!
Nice to get a barometer comparing the status of Gary Coleman, Larry Flint, Some Porn Star You Hadn't Heard Of, Gallagher, Some Sumo Wrestler You Hadn't Heard Of, Some American Indian You Hadn't Heard Of, Some Female Blogger You Hadn't Heard Of and about 120 other random wannabes in this day and age as well as the nine-ish serious candidates. Invaluable. (Or maybe the word I'm looking for is "worthless".)
|Date:||October 9th, 2003 05:48 am (UTC)|| |
Is this barometer to be found online anywhere (says he, too lazy to search for it)?
I'm a bit curious to know how Broadcasting House
got on. :-)
, alas. :-(
Gallagher came sixteenth in the end. Must've been a big swing from the watermelon lobby in the last precincts to get their results in.
|Date:||October 6th, 2003 04:08 pm (UTC)|| |
135 names, please...
Now less. :-)
My favorite Potter-related t-shirt slogan remains "Draco Malfoy: The Other White Meat", but this is pretty good too.
That brightened my day considerably. Thank you.