In case you somehow live under a rock (and if you do, trust me, I approve! It’s safer there.), you should know that Midterms are on the way! Wait, before you yell at us for inducing yet another panic attack, we mean the 2018 Midterm elections are on Tuesday, November 6th. In case you’re not already psyched to perform your civic duty, here are a few reasons you should vote (and info on how to):
1. You Might Meet your soulmate while in the line:
Tired of meaningless interactions with people on shady dating apps like Tinder, Bumble or even Datamatch? Does your lack of success during cuffing season have you down? The line to your polling place might be that one place where you might meet your soulmate. What are the odds of that? Idk, I can’t math, but are you really willing to risk it?
Rep. Dan Maffei ’90, D-N.Y., is struggling to hold on to his seat, with recent counts of Tuesday’s ballots showing him behind his opponent by 659 votes. As Maffei waits for 9,000 absentee ballots to be counted, it might be time to better get to know “Star Trek” geek Maffei, as Stephen Colbert did last year. When David Cicilline ’83 joins (replaces?) Maffei in the House Brown University Caucus, maybe he’ll follow in Maffei’s footsteps — and avoid talking about NAMBLA.
Well, yesterday’s election was by most accounts a disappointing but expectedly so outcome for Obama and the Democrats as, for the third election in a row, the electorate favored the part out of power.
Look at him, signing stuff.... Olivier Douliery / Abaca Press
So, while this time-waster admittedly might have been more effective before the election, we nonetheless present What the fuck has Obama done so far?. He hasn’t found a cure for the common cold, but according to this site, he’s done a hell of a lot.