Paul: I don't know who are you are, but I'm very fond of you in this moment.
Just thought you should know.
They won't be so chipper when they find out how hard it is to come up with an actual proposal.
In fact, they probably won't even bother.
Okay. I just read Part One. You need to stop repeating words and phrases! It's irritating and sloppy!!
Sorry. You're cool... just do what I say.
On one hand, the cabbie would probably be happy to hear that Seattle poll voters get to fill in boxes on pieces of paper they actually put into voting machines which display the fact that the machine has counted their vote (even if what happens afterward is still completely subject to Florida 2000 rules or lack thereof, etc...)
But on the other, this was supposed to be King County's last vote-in-person election - at least in theory (though KC elections could well bungle the change enough that we'll get another chance or two to vote in person)
let's hope so.
Amelia, I love you, but you've gotta understand that this shit is live. Sloppy is kind of part of the deal. But really, though, thanks.
Man, you must not have made it to Piecora's Pizza.
It was fun!
Will, did you see the big concluding photo op? It was pretty artificial and gross, with everybody standing there in funny hats for an uncomfortably long time while the press cycled through, taking pictures. The party itself was great--who doesn't love free beer and pizza?--but I stand by the picture-taking being artificial and gross. And I know that lots of winning political parties do things like that, but it's still tacky.
Well, I sure as heck don't stand around and do nothing just for press pics.
Although that sign for the 11 pm news I held up did have beer dripping from it.
Paul you're my American Gangster dude right now. Check Raindrop for the 'Roc Boys' video. Also, sorry i didnt recognize you @ jive time the other day playboy.
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