Daily Archives: November 3, 2008

A Final Note to California Voters

I’ve written many times about Proposition 8 here on Whatever, so I don’t need to go into detail again why I think the moral choice is to vote “no” on it. At this point, all I really want to say to California voters is that this is one of those times and one of those […]

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Zoe’s Tale Reviews in Locus & Starlog

A really nice pair of reviews this month for ZT. First, from Locus, the science fiction trade magazine, written by Paul Witcover: … a rousing success, one of the best young-adult science fiction novels of the last decade, utterly contemporary in tone yet hearkening back fondly in spirit to the ground-breaking YA science fiction tales […]

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This Was Quickly Reverted

Like, in seconds. But it was there nevertheless: I disagree with this assessment, incidentally.

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My Guess on Tomorrow Night

At the end of the evening tomorrow, this is what I expect the electoral map will look like: Note that I think this is a fairly conservative map, which is to say that when in doubt I’ve given McCain swing states. That said, I think it’s entirely possible that Obama will pick up Florida and/or […]

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What I’m Most Looking Forward to After the Election

Aside from not automatically having an inward cringe when I think of the occupant of the White House, that is — is the fact that I will finally get my brain back. It’s been extremely difficult for me to focus on anything but the election since about midway through September, which has not been a […]

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Whateveresque Registration, 11/3/08

Today’s the day to register for Whateveresque, the Whatever reader forum for the month of November: Registration is open until 10pm. Remember that you’ll be approved faster if I don’t think you’re a spambot; here’s how to avoid looking like one of those. And be sure to introduce yourself to others in the “All About […]

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A Pre-Election Sanity Break

Courtesy of Vienna Teng. Don’t lose your brains, people.

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