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Thursday, September 11, 2008

If you don't vote, you're a moron!

My Scottish boyfriend gets more brilliant every day. If you're not a late night person, you're missing the best of television. Smart, hilarious, and adorable, Craig makes my evenings so much more enjoyable. As a brand new American, he's got the whole political system down here in the US. It's shameful that so many native born Americans can't learn from his example.

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Blogger Robin said...

I know! I want to vote for him! Sadly, I've only seen the clip, he's not on tv here. Effing brilliant though.

PS Like the new header.

PPS Why an ad for Monsey on your blog? You're like four hours away. (I grew up 10 minutes down the road from Monsey and know it well.)

12/9/08 12:20 AM  
Blogger margalit said...

Robin, the Monsey ad is run by an ad network called YidSense. They only run on Jewish blogs, or blogs with Jewish content. So far I'm very pleased with them!

12/9/08 8:38 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

As worrying as it is, this campaign is generating amazing humor!
(PS: love the new wallpaper!)

13/9/08 9:38 AM  

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