Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Ruby Tuesday

Ruby Tuesday
Special Election Day Edition

Times Square

8 comments:

  1. Not much to say but 'Fingers crossed'. I was so sorry to hear he'd lost his grandmother today.

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  2. Susan - yes, I was really sad too. This is going to be a monumental election.

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  3. my mom voted early this morning. 2nd in line!
    she'll be 90 next month. she beat me to the polls!

    1 for obama!

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  4. Sherry: good for her!

    I've yet to cast my vote. I would've voted early by absentee ballot but this is Massachusetts and there's no rush or great import - Obama will get our state no problem. SG1, WP and I are going to polls together early this evening.

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  5. very cool ...


    Yay! to sherry's Mom :)

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  6. As I write this, it's Wednesday, and We Did It! And it was largely due to the efforts of people like you who did it! You have been working so hard for so long. Thank you, Gina!

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  7. Dear Mark,
    What a lovely thing to say. I do my very small part for peace and equality.

    Thank you. You're a treasure. I love your book. I read a poem every day. The writers block for wordy blogs has dug its heels and I can't seem to write anything more than a paragraph or two. The images are taking over my mental landscape! :-)

    Thanks, Mark. Peace.

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