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I love Connecticut so much right now it isn't even funny.

Posted on 2008.10.10 at 21:54
where am I: MA, which is sorta near Connecticut
How I feel about it all: ecstaticecstatic
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I really don't mean to spam, but OMGOMGOMG!!!!!

Dear Connecticut,

You ARE part of New England, all of you, at least in this one thing. Youareyouareyouare. All is forgiven.

Love, and THANK YOU,

Me.


The avalanche has started, it's too damn late for the homophobic pebbles to vote. OMGYAY!

Comments:


Magpie
sistermagpie at 2008-10-11 02:32 (UTC) ()
Hee! I'm proud of the Tri-state area today...
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2008-10-11 03:40 (UTC) ()
Two down, four to go in New England (I don't count Vermont because it's gotta be actual marriage, dudes).
Is it a Cul-de-Sakic?
hockeysaurus at 2008-10-11 04:10 (UTC) ()
Wow! I totally like to think of CT as it's own little 'verse. Specially the lower, western half of it. :D

(There's too many Yankees fans for CT to be a REEEAL New England state.)

Psssss....are you going to Muskrat Jamboree in '09? :D
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2008-10-11 04:27 (UTC) ()
(There's too many Yankees fans for CT to be a REEEAL New England state.)

See, that's my point. West of New London and it turns into part of New York, I swear (except for tonight where I welcome them into the fold).

Psssss....are you going to Muskrat Jamboree in '09? :D Tentatively, yes. :D
Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood
chickadilly at 2008-10-11 05:51 (UTC) ()
I'm really worried about Prop 8 - I'm already seeing haters using this as a arguing point for it.

Gah. (And my neighborhood is mostly conservatives and there are a ton of pro prop 8 signs everywhere ... Gah.)


try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2008-10-11 11:19 (UTC) ()
I'm crossing my fingers for CA. I do think, though that no matter what happens, the whole issues is an accelerating landslide. I'm not sure people in MA even think about it much anymore. It's just part of our lives, like air. And the sky? Reporting from Massachusetts, it's still there (although it looks a little shaky because of the economy).
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