smorgasbored

i am anything but boring. i always have a million things going on in my mind at once. sometimes i put them here.
chulla vida

ME AND REPUBLICANS

when I meet one for the first time:

when I think of the (possible) reality of one being back in the White House:

MY PLANS FOR THIS WEEKEND

THURSDAY:

12pm-Road Trip Commences

4pm-Arrive in Pittsburgh

4:01pm-

6pm-

10pm-

10:30pm-

Midnight-

Eventually-



FRIDAY:

After waking up-

The rest of the day-

9pm-

9:05pm-

Later-

Eventually-



SATURDAY:

After waking up-

5 minutes later-

The rest of the day-

8pm-

8:15pm-

10pm-

Eventually-



SUNDAY:

Waking up:

1 minute later:

Realizing I have to drive back to DC cuz I have a shift at work:

Work:

Finally getting home:



MONDAY:

Waking up unprepared for another week of school hell:

Poll watch this

jasencomstock:

this is making the rounds from Politico:

–CHASER, from a top Dem. source: “Assuming that Obama wins all the states that have been won by every Democrat for the last 20 years, including both Gore and Kerry (242 electoral votes) and Romney wins all the states that McCain won in 2008 (180 electoral votes), that leaves 10 states: CO, FL, IA, IN, NC, NH, NM, NV, OH, VA (116 electoral votes). With those ten states, there are 1,024 possible combinations (2^10 = 1,024). Out of these 1,024 scenarios, Obama wins 939 of them (91.7%) and Romney wins 85 of them (8.3%). All 85 scenarios require Mitt Romney to win Florida, a state in which Obama leads according to all the latest polls, including +7 points in the latest Quinnipiac poll and +3 points in the latest Rasmussen poll.”

This is totally true (it was also true in 2008).

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