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Originally posted November 3 2004 at 00:11 under General and Moments. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.


Tired of foreign politics

I haven’t mentioned the USA election, mainly because as a non-yank I’m sick of the saturation coverage (yeh, yeh, I know it’s even more important to the UK perhaps than anywhere else but the USA, but I’m still sick). Watching the first states called in does remind me of last time round though. I won’t make the same mistake I did then, staying up all night with some other first year post grads watching results called in, Florida being called both ways like a yo-yo until some time in the early hours it became clear no one knew the result. I suppose it’s also a sign of something about the USA that I’ve never been tempted to do that for a British election, just not as exciting?

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