Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
Señor Grumblecakes

I was debating whether I should vote before work or after work; if I voted after work, I'd be allowed to leave at 5:00 instead of 5:30, but if I voted before work, I'd actually be productive and not bouncing off the goddamned walls.  

So I voted.  The turnout was pretty huge, as far as I could tell; certainly it was bigger than when I voted in the primary, although I did that vote after work, so I can't necessarily compare the two experiences as being equal.  It feels great, in any event.  Actually, it feels like I just did 3 shots of espresso.


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