The last several elections have seen voters waiting in line for many hours longer than should. This puts a hardship on people who have to work or care for children, sick, or elderly. Fights have broken out after long hours standing in line. As a result the state has come up with new voting regulations to ease wait time and frustration.
Simply put, all voters voting for Trump will vote Tuesday, November 8, from 7am to 7pm. All voters voting for Hillary will vote Wednesday, November 9, from 7am to 7pm.
This should effectively cut voting time considerably, reduce stress and frustration. News services are calling it innovative and will save considerable amounts of time.
What a great idea. I'll personally arrange for all Hillary voters who
come on Wednesday and bring their kids to get a balloon, a puppy, a
slice of fat-free salt-free gluten-free pizza, and a pony ride.
No kids? No problem. You'll get a pesticide-free organic salad, a
multi-grain whole-grain bun, a free-range chicken egg omelette made only
with the egg whites, and be serenaded by the gay glee club from the
First A.M.E. Church.
I was almost run off the road this afternoon by some guy making an
On Wed, 5 Oct 2016 11:11:29 -0400, Piso Mojado wrote:
If you do that, I want the yolks. I have an idea for donuts sort of like
Boston Cream, but instead of custard inside, liquid egg yolk. Bacon bits
would be mixed directly in the dough, and melted cheddar would go on the
outside instead of chocolate icing.
Sounds good. Get them into production right quick and also make a
bite-size mini version.
The big convention hotels in my city would snap them up to serve as
coffee break snacks at the American College of Cardiology annual meeting
here next month.
The lion may be king of the jungle, but airdrop him into Antarctica and
he's just a penguin's bitch.
I've voted by mail for several years. The problem is the ballot is
printed on heavy paper and there is a security envelope plus the regular
envelope for the whole mess requires two 47 cent stamps. One year I
figured it wasn't worth 94 cents to vote.
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