On the George Washington Brick Project: Special Debate Edition


In which The Gay Recluse becomes increasingly obsessed with bricks.

According to CNN, both candidates “exceeded expectations.” (That’s a relief, in a way.)

But mostly, it makes us remember when we ran for vice-president of our junior high school.

And how we wrote a speech and delivered it very earnestly. Who knows what we said: probably some bullshit about improving communications between seventh and eighth graders.

Our opponent made a few jokes about how bad the food was in the cafeteria, which made everyone laugh.

Needless to say, he won the race in a landslide.

The question in this election is whether Americans will vote like adults or junior-high-school students.

And whether it will matter in twenty-five years when we look back at it.

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