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"Very early results" aren't results, people.

by ADHDean on November 6, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


One of the most annoying things about election coverage is the inability for media pundits to just WAIT. They have to talk about something, so what they end up doing is spouting eighteen plus hours' worth of twaddle until the real results are available. Therefore, I tend to listen to my music and talk about pretty things on Tuesday, and check the results on Wednesday morning.

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