Tip of the hat to Tyler.
I vote via absentee ballot. Mostly I do it because I’m lazy, partly I do it because I would probably panic and vote for a Quarter Pounder with Cheese if I actually went to the voting booths. The simple fact of the matter is, I’ve never actually gotten an “I Voted” sticker, which seems just a bit unfair, if you ask me. Not only did I vote, I voted early AND didn’t take time off from work. So here’s how I feel about people and their “I Voted” stickers plastered proudly to their chest.
Hey there little turtle, wanna be Vice President when you grow up?
Is this a Republican ploy to identify with people that can’t afford a tailor? Are they courting the Men’s Warehouse vote?
And I love how EVERY politician has to wear an American flag pin on their lapel. Oh you like America? No shit. Ryan’s was twice as big as Biden’s, because he loves America that much more.
I love reading the comments sections of The Verge and Engadget when it comes to the iPhone 5. I’m legitimately curious about how other phones stack up and if I’m making the right choice. Thankfully, these comment sections are full of people with intelligent, well-thought-out arguments in favor of Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the HTC One X. It turns out all Android phones come with a small pamphlet that has talking points for discussing your new purchase with people who may enjoy purchasing something else. Here’s a look at it: