*snorks* A random guy tried to flirt with me in the bookstore line yesterday, uttering what I now consider the funniest pickup line ever, “I’ve noticed that Democratic women always seem to be so much prettier than Republican women.” I wonder if he knew about this poll.

Priscilla’s Bad Pun of the Day!

Sorry, it had to be done. XD

(for those of you fools that haven’t seen Firefly, the character’s name is Shepherd Book. Now go buy/rent the DVDs, heathen!)

Teresa! &lt333! Gravy I love that woman.

Meantime, why do all the debates have to be scheduled during my rehearsal time? RRRRRRGH. I wonder if they’ll be rerun on CSPAN.com or something. Also peeved because Barack Obama had a rally in Philly today at a very accessable venue, but I had class. Life is so hard. :D

Edit: Woah! Just got an email from the Penn Dems announcing that Vanessa Kerry (Kerry’s younger daughter) will be coming to Penn on Thursday and hanging out with us as we watch the debate and all cheer on her dad. Dude! Fortunately, I’ll be able to attend part of it, as I’ve found out my call on Thursday isn’t going to be until 9:30 and the debates start at 9.

Man, it’s good to go to school in a swing state.

*sigh* I dreamed Kerry won the election and that winning Pennsylvania was the tipping point. And his win was in the margin of voter registration forms I handed out at his rally on Friday (some 3 dozen?). And then I got on my computer and blogged “What happens to the Avenue Q lyrics now that George Bush is no longer ‘for now’?” Kind of like how people were talking about changing the line in RENT to “the dawn of the millenium” after 2000.

Suffice it to say, waking up was not fun. :D

A few links:

San Francisco Chronicle: Flip-flopping charge unsupported by facts

Bush, Kerry Twisting Each Other’s Words

Mad Magazine: Bush vs. Jesus

Grfsgl. I have been on my feet for the past 6 solid hours, 2 of which were spent talking to a woman who was clearly crazy, as to stop her from bothering those in the line around her, and the rest I spent shouting, whether cheering for Kerry and the other speakers, trying to register people to vote, or trying to drown out the eternally clever chants of “Flip Flop! Flip Flop! Kerry is a waffler!,” all of which under the scalding sunlight, with no hope of a breeze. And I had made the mistake of wearing heavy jeans and a dark t-shirt. And then after the rally was over, when I hadn’t eaten or drank water in 6 hours and already felt mentally deficient and close to heatstroke, to be repeatedly accosted by Republicans who want to debate me. I don’t even have the energy to sit in my chair and type. The things I do for my country. *collapses face first on bed*

Off to volunteer at the Kerry rally! Wow, I don’t think I’ve been out the door before 8 all this year…

If you still haven’t registered to vote, do so now! I know that there are only 10 days left to register in Pennsylvania, so the deadline is probably creeping up wherever you live, too.