Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6, 2012 marks the scariest day of the year:
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS,
Ooooo… (Cue the dramatic brass section)
Thank God they only come around once every 4 years. So until this hullabaloo clears up, I shall be hiding in an undisclosed location with soundproof walls, no television, no telephone, nor any kind of news-receiving device. And no human contact. Facebook, Twitter, FoxNews – begone!
Best of luck to the rest of you. And may the best man win. (Guffaw)
P.S. And don’t forget to vote.
P.P.S. And if you haven’t see this… I’m tired of Bronco Bamma and Mit Romnee, too. “It’ll be over soon…”
Like all other college students studying for midterms…
I’m not studying for midterms. Not at the moment anyway.
Instead, I’m here. On the Internet. Typing. Reading. And not studying.
Why? Well, does it really need an explanation? It’s just past midnight here and I can’t go to sleep. It didn’t really help to turn on my computer because the sickeningly magnetic quality of Facebook trumps the just-plain-sickening half-finished essay on my Desktop. (Actually, it’s more accurately about a quarter-finished, but who’s counting pages?) So let me share a peak at the past hour of my browsing the junk foods section of the cyber information market: