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Tuesday, October 21, 2003


Campaign of anger? I think not...

posted by annatopia at Tuesday, October 21, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Hold on to your morning coffee, folks:

Check out the full-size pic over at People Powered Graphics. It must be funny week over at the O-blog. First there was the truck episode that Aziz blogged about yesterday, and this morning we've got both Soylent Dean and the Truckin' image. Oh, and this Borowitz article is hilarious:
Tag-Team Dems Go Nasty in Iowa Fight
The race for the Democratic presidential nomination took a nasty turn tonight as Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) and Rep. Richard Gephardt (D-MO) were caught keying the car of former Vermont Governor Howard Dean in the parking lot of the town hall in Davenport, Iowa.


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