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Monday, March 03, 2008

One reward for voting

From Joseph-Beth Booksellers:

VOTE IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY AND RECEIVE
10% OFF YOUR PURCHASE WHEN YOU
SHOW YOUR "I VOTED TODAY" STICKER.


5 Comments:

at 12:53 PM, March 03, 2008 Anonymous No Vested Interest said...

I applaud Joseph-Beth for encouraging voting in the Primary elction tomorrow, but point out that all those who voted by absentee ballot, which was encouraged in order to shorten lines at the poll and make the work easier on the poll workers, will not be able to take advantage of this offer.

 
at 5:35 PM, March 03, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am voting democratic because they promised me free malt liquor and blunts.

 
at 9:01 PM, March 03, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

NO REPUGNICANTS WILL BE THERE SINCE CONSERVATVIES DON'T READ. IT WILL BE A GREAT PLACE TO BE TOMORROW! NOTHING BUT REFINED, CIVILIZED INTELLECTUALS. A REPUG-FREE ZONE! ONLY THE SMART PEOPLE.

 
at 7:41 AM, March 04, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh lord. A smaller independent bookstore does something extra, creative, and fun and some people complain that they don't get the discount?!?

No bail out for whiny early voters!

 
at 9:39 AM, March 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

By all means, purchase Hussein's book, "Dreams from my father". Then read the part where he says only under Islam can black and white people be united. I wonder what other dreams he got from his father, and if any of them involve things like destroying Israel, or flying planes into buildings full of innocent people. It does help understand his Mid-East policy, though.

 
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