May 2nd, 2006
|08:16 am - Get out and vote!|
Anyone know a good spell for cleansing?
I had to declare a political party when I went in to vote. I'd like to banish the bad mojo that I can feel hanging around me.
I feel all. . . dirty now.
Please provide any banishing spells in the comments. . . Tongues that rest firmly in a cheek are more than welcome :)
Remember, people with "I Voted" stickers are officially sexy, in my book.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: dirty
Current Music: "Today's Message", -JB
Hmm...I think this situation calls for the big guns. I recommend taking a ritual bath in chocolate pudding, and then whilst walking widdershins around the neighborhood, peeing on the first front yard political sign belonging to a candidate of the party you declared that you come to. Then circle it three times, still walking widdershins, singing I'm a little tea pot. That should absolve you.
I like the sound of that. If nothing else, I'm sure the police can come up with a creative way to cleanse me. . .
|Date:||May 2nd, 2006 01:10 pm (UTC)|| |
I think a good long shower in the basement might do the trick
Or you can use fire
A good long shower in the basement. . . always does the trick.
Sorry- don’t have any groovy spells to share, however, I'm a little concerned that declaring a political party makes you feel so dirty. It makes me wonder what you declared. Now, I am not what I would call “political”, and I hate the schmoozing BS politics, but I am pretty active on a local level, and found that the Green party best matches my belief structure. And BTW- sorry if it sounds like I’m soap boxing- I don’t mean to be, but I do want to share…
The basic beliefs that the Green party is based on are:
If this matches your beliefs, maybe you should check out the Green Party-
North American Greens- http://www.greens.org/na.html
United States Greens- http://www.gp.org/
You know, it’s just like your religion- if it makes you feel all icky- it’s not the right one for you.
No party has ever managed to support even a majority of things I do. They've occasionally managed to oppose things that I also oppose, but rarely do they support things.
The simple act of declaring a party disturbed me.
Yeah, but look at the response. . .
To vote the issues, you do NOT need to declare a party.
Techically, yeah. But I'm discovering that not being able to vote in the primaries seriously limits how much say I really get in anything. Primaries have a huge impact on the direction a party takes. (I've been thinking I ought to register as a Dem so I can help push the party back to being liberal again. I've been "No Affiliation" ever since my Mom talked me out of registering as a Socialist when I first registered.)
Re: Zeno's Banishing
Unless, of course, the New Ager has an effective siphoning system, in which case the bad mojo gets funneled off into the surrounding environment.
i think we need a group one.
but i do have a sticker :)
Best cleansing ritual I know:
Ritually devour one bran muffin, one large cup of coffee, and 2 Ex-Lax. Run around the block a few times. This should provide thorough cleansing. :)
Take a very long hot shower. Then go soak in your hot tub, repeating "I still vote on issues" over & over again. :)
Drink lots of rum & forget that you actually picked a party. :-D
|Date:||May 2nd, 2006 05:19 pm (UTC)|| |
Looking for someone
I am an old classmate of Sebastian Day (He is a part of your ADF group). I have recently been in contact with him within the past year in regards to a class reunion but the contact information, email and phone number are no longer active. If you know how to reach him, could you please let him know that Anita from Our lady of Fatima is trying to reach him? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your help.
|Date:||May 2nd, 2006 05:24 pm (UTC)|| |
So how did you pick a party? Go with the one that has recently shown a lesser inclination toward evil, or the one where you'd get to vote directly against looming evil?
Though come to think of it, both the Ds and Rs have evil to vote against in the primary for governor, but they differ greatly in how likely that evil is to actually win the primary.
(Speaking of evil, why does my spell check claim that "Ds" is misspelled but that "Rs" is not?)
|Date:||May 2nd, 2006 06:19 pm (UTC)|| |
Oh wait, one of those evils I was thinking of is actually running for Senate...
Well yeah, of course I voted in the primary. I wouldn't miss it... it's like a party in the polls and everyone's invited. :) And yet another chance to help further the conservative Republican cause.