It’s Election Day In The U.S. of A.

Hey, Hi! So, I finished the first draft of Project Hermey late last week, and then there was Halloween and assorted other weekend activities and, well, my brain is effectively tapioca when it comes to the fabrication of words up and stringing them together. At least, that is, if I want to be putting them into structured groups that in any way, shape, or form don’t seem reminiscent of a chimpanzee directing a room full of toddlers to build sentences with stackable letter blocks.

But! It’s an important day in the United States. It’s the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, which means it’s Election Day! 

I know that’s an important day because my kids are off school.

Of course, that most vital aspect about election day here in the US is obviously the sticker collecting (duh).  Pretty much everywhere and anywhere, if you go to the polls and cast your ballot, and you get a sticker.  See? Here’s me, proudly wearing mine:


So, what does your sticker look like? I think we need to Collect ‘em All!

Wait, no, no, I don’t mean to go vote in all the places.  That’s impractical.  And also terribly, terribly illegal.  What I mean is that we need to collect all the “I Voted” pictures. So if you’ve got one, post a picture of someplace and link it in a comment. Or post it in a comment. Or tag me in a facebook image or instagram shot or twitter pic or stick it to your fence in the backyard and write my name under it!


But let’s see ‘em.  Because stickers = votes. And votes means we might actually even give a damn.

And when you actually kind of give a damn? Well, that’s the first step to getting stuff that’s broken fixed.


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