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Old 05-26-2020, 11:18 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Dwight Schrute View Post
Thread title should contain - watch it happen.

I voted in the People’s Republic of MA Tuesday.

Building encompassed in terror. In the week leading up the town manager declared it wouldn’t be safe, mail in was the proper course of action, to no avail.

So as I walked in there’s nobody there. No one else but me and 2 workers. 1 was a very pleasant. A female staffer asking for my address and confirming my validity by stated address only. The other was a 400 lb rude prick behind a plexiglass barrier. WEARING NO MASK!!! But! But! THE CORONA!!!! He was on a cell, but then put it down and told me “Ordering lunch.” On the tip of my tongue was “Hope it was a salad.” but I bit it.

As I held out my drivers license he says “You can put your drivers license away, we don’t need that.”

I looked him in the eye and said “Well that’s a shame.”

He had no response.

Anyone paying the slightest attention to town obituaries could keep a simple list and vote over and over with no recourse.
Your post reminded me of something that happened last year. My daughter had called to tell me the date/time of my granddaughter's Christmas program. She also told me that I should get there early because my ID would need to be scanned into the school's system.

I asked her what the school would do if someone didn't have an ID. Her reply was . . . "Come on, mom. Who doesn't have an ID? You can't do anything without one."

When I told her she should tell that to the democrats, she said that she hadn't called for a lecture on politics.

As my ID was being scanned, I asked the employee what the school would do if someone didn't have an ID. I was told that the person would then be asked to give their name and address.

If my daughter hadn't been giving me the "evil eye" because she knew exactly where I wanted to go with this, my question for the school employee would have been:

"What good would that do when anybody could walk in off the street and give you a fake name & address?"

And, I still don't get it; but I guess it gives them some false sense of security.
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