Grabbed my first print copy of The Onion in San Francisco almost directly in front of the Black Horse London Pub on Union at Van Ness. I nearly missed the shiny new white newsrack; The Examiner's racks are also white, so it's easy to walk right by.
A Clean Well Lighted Place for Books at Van Ness and Golden Gate may also become a distribution point. ACWLP's manager and staff fawned over the print edition of the satirical rag tucked under my arm, which I happily donated to the store. Staff member Roger said he will be on the phone with circulation managers first thing tomorrow to see if the store can stock a stack next to the SF Bay Guardian and other alt weeklies.
If you liked the last four years, you're going to LOVE the next four. If you didn't, time to either learn Spanish or Canadian.
So, what have we learned? Apparently Republicans have cell phones too.
The exit polls were mostly wrong in states with electronic voting machines. But the exit polls were wrong. Hmmmm…
In the 2000 election, only 17 percent of Americans aged 18-25 turned out to vote. But in this election -- with all the attendant hype about mobilization and energizing the youth vote -- it's estimated a whole 17 percent of those aged 18-25 voted. Kids. I hope Bush brings back the draft.