Posts Tagged ‘Voting’

Are you one of those disenfranchised, embittered people who doesn’t get out to the polls when it’s time to perform your civic duty?  Are you the guy/girl who grumbles angrily about “all the crooks” that we have to deal with when casting a ballot for an elected office?  Cut it out.  You know why?  Because here‘s why:

Tim

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Yes, that’s Tim Miles in a G-Unit man-scarf with his head tilted to the side so you know he means business. Yesterday was election day in Lincoln, Nebraska, the home of the Nebraska Cornhuskers.  And Tim wanted you to know that it’s time to get off your obesity-epidemic-suffering-ass and go vote for city council, mayor, and last but certainly not least: airport authority.

And lest you think that Tim is going the civic-duty-route all by his lonesome, have a taste of this:

Mike

POW!  That’s Mike Riley.  He’s new to these parts but he still wants you to get your A out of your desk chair and go hang some chads.

I know.  I know.  I’m sure you’re thinking: “Hey, Chris, this is stupid.”  And “Hey, Chris, you are a terrible photoshopper.”  And you would be right on both counts.  But before you glass-house-living haters throw stones, here’s this little number for you to try on:

bank

That’s the last one.  I promise, I’m done.  But check out the necklace on Mark Banker (*Author’s note: Banksy? Still trying on crappy nicknames for him, at this point.) as he reminds us that Airport Authority isn’t going to elect itself.

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Bo Pelini is a football coach.  But, damn it!, he’s an American first.  And being an American on an election day means you need to get to the polls.

But, as a Nebraska football coach, Bo is still subject to some special treatment.  Ease of access to a polling place, early voting, or even a specially constructed, Bo-only ballot are all perks of the job.  Risking federal incarceration (Author’s note: and a chance to spend some quality time with Lawrence Phillips) we were able to obtain a sneak peak at Bo Pelini’s special, Nebraska ballot.  And boy, is it interesting.

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And it seems that Bo, perhaps, became a little confused — and instantaneously overzealous — at the final question on the ballot.

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