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November 3, 2008

Quote Of The Day

by Brad Warbiany

From Doug Stanhope:

The most important thing is to vote locally and know what you’re voting for – and if race or sex are your first reason, you should be denied a ballot because you are an ape who should be banished to voting online for upstart variety show websites. If you dont know exactly why you are voting, go buy someone a drink instead. We’ll say it’s your civic duty.

If it’s the day before the election and you’re not yet sure who you’re voting for– or more importantly, why… Stay home.

PS – For the SoCal folks amongst you, Stanhope is playing down in Ocean Beach (San Diego) on Friday, Nov 14, and in Long Beach on Saturday, Nov 15. I’m considering making it to at least one of those shows. If anyone else is headed to either, let me know.


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