Tuesday, November 04, 2008

I Guess It's A Write In

5 Comments:

Blogger Gilahi said...

Urg. A few years ago I went to get stamps at the post office and all they had was Nixon stamps. I hesitated, and then figured I'd be using them just to pay bills, so what did I care? Even so, I hated using those stamps. I ended up pasting them on mail upside down.

7:07 AM  
Blogger Washington Cube said...

I always try to get commemorative
stamps, and I'm sensitive to the ones I don't want. I hate post-Anthrax, that they only sell adhesive back anymore. I also miss the engraved stamps, sometimes in odd shapes like triangles.

I have a friend who always applies red lipstick to kiss her bills' envelope.

Mail. Go figure.

P.S. I wore a "I Like Ike" button yesterday and someone said "Who's Ike?" Turner, of course.

9:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you notice that the Arlington "I voted" stickers were way more faboo than D.C.'s? I waited in line for an hour and 50 minutes for my plain-jane "I voted" D.C. sticker.

Well, I stuck it on our thank-you (for Tony's donation) postcard from our new President.

All right, the speculation begins: what will the Mrs. wear to the inaugural balls?

-- grince

11:49 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

A few months ago I found a gold peanut lapel pin with "Carter" inscribed across it in my Dad's stash.

Ironically, my dad never voted for fear of jury duty.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Sheri in Rehoboth said...

I didn't realize until I was watching Oprah's election-day show that I wasn't given an "I voted" sticker. :( No free Starbucks, Krispy Kreme or Ben & Jerry's for me. Ah well...probably for the best. :)

2:24 PM  

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