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Wednesday, October 01, 2003


Ashcroft + Orwell = Rummy

posted by Trammell at Wednesday, October 01, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
The folks over at Dean Deck tell me that they are getting ready to ship next week! In fact, they have given us at Dean Nation an exclusive look at some of our favorite featured villains in Emperor Dubya's Cabal. And here is our Impartial Inquisitor Ashcroft:

Though this card is currently featured on their site, in the next couple of weeks they have offered us Dean Nationals a cool sneak peek at some of the rest -- and yeah, I've seen them and they are cool! -- so stay tuned! Please note, we are not affiliated with Dean Deck, they are not advertisers with Dean Nation, and your purchases will not directly support Dean for America. But hey, fun is fun, right? Just don't make it solitaire -- share Dean with a friend!


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