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Teen ignites residence hall controversy with anti-voting stance

15 October 2008 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in activism | 5 Comments »

Somewhere in Indiana, paradigms are being challenged. Bravo, Noor!

Copyright (c), TM, Registered Trademark (r) and US Patent Pending by Noor

Copyright (c), TM, Registered Trademark (r) and US Patent Pending by Noor

  1. 5 Responses to “Teen ignites residence hall controversy with anti-voting stance”

  2. By Aaron Kinney on 15 October 2008

    It’s a miracle! There is a God!

  3. By Mattocracy on 16 October 2008

    Good to see young people still get it.

  4. By Noor on 16 October 2008

    Woohoo, thanks!

  5. By Rebekah on 16 October 2008

    *nod* I’m in complete agreement. I refuse to be forced to choose between one jackass and another. NO THANKS. What really gets me is how many people say that it’s irresponsible. I say THEY are irresponsible, mindlessly picking between a bowl of urine and a stack of turds. “Well, guess we’ll just make do”. Fuck that. Seriously, they can keep their excrement, I don’t want it.

  6. By http://radicallibertarians.blogspot.com/ on 17 October 2008

    From the great, magnificent, wise, holy, miraculous, and omnipotent South Park:

    “Let’s get out and vote,
    Let’s make our voices heard,
    We’ve been given the right to chose between a douche and a turd,
    It’s democracy in action,
    Put your freedom to the test,
    A big fat turd or a stupid douche,
    Which do you like best?”


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