This is not a political blog, although we who post in it have political opinions. (You can figure mine with a minimum of Googling.) So this will remain a non-partisan post:
Tomorrow, Tuesday, is voting day in the US. Vote, you (American voting) bozos.
If you are not sure whether you are a qualified American voting bozo, or how to do the deed, start here. If you have done the early voting thing and your pebble is in the jar already, I thank you.
If you are sick of this election, I apologize. (But that doesn't get you off the hook.)
Partisan comments in this thread will be squished because, frankly, there are forums better able to manage that kind of firefight. Talk about the Race for the Galaxy expansion instead. I got clobbered on Saturday because
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Karl von L. (Nov 3, 2008 at 1:03 PM):
I was going to say that I think it's wrong of you to post about a topic that we're all so sick of by now. I mean seriously, Race for the Galaxy has been discussed to death. But then I realized that I'm probably just biased, since I'm not a RftG fan, so such a statement could be considered inappropriately partisan.
(P.S. I tried to log in using my OpenID, but I got an error message saying that the https protocol isn't supported.)
Jason McIntosh (Nov 3, 2008 at 1:49 PM):
I was trying out Beautiful Katamari's versus-mode with Amy last night, and noticed that the scores are displayed in red and blue, respectively. As the blue player, I couldn't help but mutter, as the game wound down and I maintained my lead, "Oh... you're going to have to win Pennsylvania in the next seven seconds."