Tuesday, July 01, 2003
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On a totally unrelated note, I think that Mighty Joe Trippi certainly deserves some kind of recognition from some kind of official entity for his brilliant vision of harnessing the power of the Internet to serve our American democracy. The Government of the United States, IMHO, should commend him with some kind of document or note.
I think it would be cool if Mighty Joe were to wake up one morning six weeks from now and find, addressed to him, c/o Dean for America, P.O. Box 1228, Burlington, Vermont 05402, a letter from a high Government official, praising him and congratulating him on raising $800,000 in 24 hours on $7 Million Monday.
Hmm.There's a fax machine at Kinko's on the way home...
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