Stuart Carlson for February 12, 2020

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    ragsarooni Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Ain’t nothin’like the real thing…..

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    Lyman Elliott Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Sometimes the old ways are the best ways, not always maybe, but sometimes.

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    Frankfreak  about 3 years ago

    Should be ink, pencil can be erased and changed.

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    Teto85 Premium Member about 3 years ago

    In California we used black ink ballpoints.

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    wiatr  about 3 years ago

    Must be a Dixon Ticonderoga…

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Flick of the Bic?

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    DeepState  about 3 years ago

    I doubt the New Hampshire reported the results by paper with the tally done in pencil.

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    wellis1947 Premium Member about 3 years ago

    A “caucus” decision is probably alright in a small, unimportant primary in a small, unimportant state like Iowa, but to use such an archaic, convoluted un-democratic method in any modern-day electoral process smacks of an excess of ignorance, if not downright stupidity in the political system.

    Of course, every state has the right to decide how they chose their candidates – but states clinging to such an outmoded and archaic system would be better “served” if their races were placed a week or two before the convention rather than at the forefront of the electoral process. That way, the inevitable screw-ups and disasters attendant in using such a creaky, archaic system would not expose the “caucus state” to such raucous criticism and would, rather, be greeted with the exuberant mirth which it so richly deserves.

    By the week before the convention, we truly are usually in dire need of a good ‘laugh’ anyway!

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