Vote for the Incredibles


Okay, it's been a long time since I posted anything to Catholic Light. A really long time -- seven months, according to the blog software. I guess I got out of the blogging habit, and I've been rather disgusted with the state of affairs in the world. That's something that normally inspires me to write, but this time it's had the opposite effect. I do plan to write more frequently.

Even though I've been gone for a while, I have a request. A couple of offices in my building had a Halloween contest, and several of my colleagues and I dressed accordingly:

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Not to pat ourselves on the back, but it takes courage to dress in tights when you're working for the Nameless Entity. You can encourage this by voting in the American Apparel costume contest. Just go to the page here...

...then click the "Start Scoring" link in the upper right. You'll have to vote for a bunch of lame costumes before you get to ours. When you vote for ours, I don't want to tell you what to do -- just listen to your conscience. (Hint: your conscience wants to rate the costumes as a "5".)

The superheroes thank you for your support.


I voted. And yes - all the other costumes were lame, lame, lame.

You weren't kidding; all the others were lame compared to yours, and I went through a lot. Your score wasn't fantastic but it was much higher than everyone else's.

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This page contains a single entry by Eric Johnson published on November 3, 2007 5:20 AM.

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