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Election Day Run Down!

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Ok peoples.  The BIG DAY is almost here.  Here's a few things to remember tomorrow (Nov. 4th)--the official Voting and Election Day:
  • Lines WILL (not might...WILL) be incredibly and unusually long.  Do not get discouraged.  Bring your Ipod, drinks, snacks (Baby Zahara style), and your cell phone to check out YBF mobile.  If your boss is trippin', give them a nice warm mug of B*tch Please and carry on to the polls.  Real talk.  Most polls open at 6am.  Jay-Z and 'em probably won't be in your area to surprise you in line that day, but oh well.
  • DO NOT wear any candidate's paraphernalia to the polls--it is against the rules in several states.
  • Verify your polling place NOW.  CLICK HERE to verify.
  • DO NOT let a poll worker tell you that you are not registered or cannot vote there when you believe otherwise.  Call the Civil Rights Division of the US Dept. of Justice at (800) 253-3931.
  • Voting on your state and local officials and issues are just as important as the Presidential candidate.  Look up that info for your area NOW.
  • Shenanigans are very likely to pop off Election Tuesday.  Keep your cool and call the above number for assistance.
  • BRING YOUR ID.  Also bring your voter registration card just in case.
  • You CANNOT vote on Nov. 5th, despite what some people are saying.
  • Bring others to the polls who can't make it there on their own.
  • GET EXCITED!
A funny run down of November 5th etiquette when you read the rest... I've been receiving this e-mail for weeks: There will be a lot of people (some of our co-workers included) who will be afraid that an Obama presidency will usher in the end of days. They'll be watching us on November 5th (the day after the election) for signs of the end times. To keep the peace and keep a lot of folks from getting nervous, I think we should develop a list of acceptable celebrations and behaviors we should probably avoid  at least for the first few days: 1. No crying, hugging or shouting 'Thank you Lord' at least not in public. 2 No high-fives at least not unless the area is clear and there are no witnesses. 3 No laughing at the McCain/Palin supporters 4 No calling in sick on November 5th. They'll get nervous if too many of us don't show up. 5 We're allowed to give each other knowing winks or nods in passing. Just try to keep from grinning too hard. 6. No singing loudly, We've come this Far By Faith (it will be acceptable to hum softly) 7. No bringing of barbeque ribs or fried chicken for lunch in the company lunchroom for at least a week (no chittlings at all) (this may make us seem to ethnic) 8. No leaving kool-aid packages at the water fountain (this might be a sign that poor folks might be getting a break through) 9. No Cupid Shuffle during breaks (this could indicate a little too much excitement) 10. Please no Moving on Up music (we are going to try to remain humble) 11.No doing the George Jefferson dance (unless you're in your office with the door closed) 12.Please try not to yell----BOOOO YAH! 13. Just in case you're wondering, Doing the Running Man, cabbage patch, or a backhand spring on the highway is 100% okay. I just want to make sure we're all on the same page when Obama brings this thing home on November 5th. Now go get your vote on and let's make this thing happen!!! LOL.
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