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Sunday, June 27, 2004

Tomorrow is the big vote. The hype is inescapable, unless of course you don't turn on the radio, the television, talk to any friends and only rock in the loneliest corner of your basement in the fetal position humming quietly to yourself ... Sorry, I got a bit off track there. What I meant to say was that predictions and opinions are flying around the country like dander from a psychotic cat (notice I didn't say something made up like 'psychosomatic' or 'belligerent'). Needless to say, I will be voting and if you are in Canada, of age and have not yet voted in any of the advance polls, then you should too. If you don't care, at least show you are not apathetic and draw something funny on the ballot (bring a silver gel pen just in case). If you actually are apathetic, then pretend to be other wise and go to the polls anyways, they may have some free donuts and coffee there for you. I don't care who you are voting for, just go vote so you can have your say because if you don't vote, you have no right to complain about the government and their doings.

On a lighter note, I have forgotten all the code names for various activities that have to be kept from some people lest they be found out and dire consequences ensue. They were confusing to begin with, being things like 'The Snowman Walks at Midnight' (I think that one has been called off, but I can't remember if it was that one or not. In any case, one like that has been called off.) and 'Unleash the Mexicans' (that was an old one involving a wooden goat, a pointy stick and a t-shirt that had "got it going on" written on it). Anyways, code names for things are great until you have too many of them and they get confused and/or forgotten.

Summary in seven words: Vote, it is your duty. Code names.

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