Well, cable and internet is installed and working fine, so I'm back online. Got a 5 mbps connection now instead of 3 mbps, so that's cool as well. No phones yet, but they'll be here at some point today. As soon as they get here and get finished, I'll be heading out to vote.
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I believe I remember you stating in previous posts you don't vote. A permaent reversal on your part or something unique about this election that motivated you to change course?
Michael: Ed votes, but he's never voted for a major-party candidate until today (he said he's planning to do so).
He voted for Badnarik in '04. Everytime I learn that someone voted for a third party, I think of the scene in "Treehouse of Horror VII" when Bob Dole and Bill Clinton were revealed to be Kang and Kodos.
Kang: It's a two-party system. You have to vote for one of us!
Man: Well then, I believe I'll vote for a third party candidate!
Kang: Go ahead! Throw your vote away! Ahahahaha!
(Ross Perot angrily removes his straw "Perot 96" hat and punches a hole through it.)
Dangit! We were going to have a kegger while you were gone. I hate it when the parents come home early.
It's kind of frustrating trying to find endorsements for MI Board of Ed to learn who's pro-science. I know the vote last time was unanimous, but why can't we see any reccomended slate of candidates somewhere?
My organization cannot endorse candidates, but the only BOE candidate we know is a creationist is Tom McMillan. The vote to keep pro-ID language out of the science standards was unanimous, I believe, so the incumbents have given no indication of being anti-science.
Thanks, Ed! Would it be possible in the future to do a non-partisan voters guide and keep it as a sticky near the top of the blog? Thankfully we don't have the problems like Kansas, but it's good to be informed nontheless.