remember when the fact you went to college meant you had some amount of intelligence?

posted 08/30/2004 11:46:15 by matt flesch-kincaid: 63, grade level: 8 commentscomments(0) linklink
yeah, me either. these students are pushing for, no, demanding that they are allowed to register to vote in their college town. "Young Han tried to register to vote in the New York town where he attends college but got a letter telling him to cast an absentee ballot where his parents live, more than 2,000 miles away." yeah cause it takes a greater effort on your part for that ballot to move those extra 1,999 miles. charge me 32 cents to vote? oh god i'm disenfranchised, call the aclu, call someone, please help me. can someone explain to me how this is news? you don't have a perminant address there, so why should you be allowed to register? does your car have plates from that state, no, drivers license in that state, oh wait no to that to? you people are mentally deficient, and you need some classes in common f-ing sense, either that or a class in getting hit in the face with bat, your choice. wait, even better, why don't you vote on it...

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re: remember when the fact you went to college ment you had some amount of intelligence?
posted by: pflats on 09/02/2004 09:38:20
"remember when the fact you went to college ment you had some amount of intelligence?"

"you people are mentally deficient, and you need some classes in common f-ing sense, either that or a class in getting hit in the face with bat, you're choice."

it's like raaain - on your wedding day.

(stamps cost 37 cents in 2004, by the by.)

furthermore, this article would be better if it was about a Young Han Solo. so would pretty much everything, for that matter.

re: re: remember when the fact you went to college ment you had some amount of intelligence?
posted by: matt on 2004-09-02 20:03:33
thank you flats for being my grammer/spell check, maybe i should make you my editor