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Wow, October already... That makes yesterday the fourth anniversary of MrsBlue and I closing on our house. I'd try to claim that getting out of our urban apartment and into the vicinity of some actual trees has saved my sanity, but of course there are years of these OotB rambles to quickly put the lie to that claim.

Play Time: Build a Garbage Pail Kid. Thanks Chad.
Stories of the Day: Dude! Surfer catches whale of a ride.
Schwarzenegger signs bill to ban force feeding of birds.
Forget Star Chemistry. How About the Film's (registration required)?
Science!: Clever cars can read road signs.
If You Secretly Like Michael Bolton, We'll Know.
Auction of the Day: RAREST 1982 vintage STAR WARS fan club T SHIRT MUST SEE. Thanks Matt.
Follow-ups: 2nd SpaceShipOne Launch is GO FOR OCTOBER 4th.
Thanks Mike Martinez.

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35. Re: Debate Oct 1, 2004, 13:27 JoeCool
 
I thought we agreed no more of these politcal posts?

Didn't we?

Anyway since we have already polluted todays ottb i'll but my 2 cents in.

Kerry won it hands down in every way.

in substance, kerry pretty much set the records striaght about is stance or Iraq, the flip-flop talking point has been pretty much killed. Kerry also let everyone know he had a different plan than bush, most people up until this point thought they were pretty much the same. When in came to substance Kerry said new things and elaborated on his old things while bush said nothing new and proceded to try and get kerry on the defensive.

When it came to presentation kerry REALLY won. I don't know about the rest of you but I felt bad for bush, I was expecting more from his presentation.

That's extremely hard to imagine.
What? Being undecided?

I would have to agree that I thinks its hard to imaging how anyone is an undecided, The canditates are very different and if you look into what their stances on issues are and their planes for the next 4 years it becomes even clearer. Are you even leaning toward anyone at all even in the slightest?

Speaking of the VEep debates am I the only one who pictures the lightsaber battle in bespin?


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