PS3 and HD Front Projection, life is good. Too bad Blu-Ray and the PS3 are already obsolete.....
OOPSY,but atleast they voted.:D
Absentee voters, (most are wealthy folks that don't want to hassle with the polls or are out of the country) know what their investments are. This was done on purpose. The envelope was covered in old stamps. Noone owns the most valuable stamps in the world without knowing today.
Probably a joke on their heirs............... wasn't this exactly what Richard Pryor in Brewsters Millions did?
At least he/she voted. . . not like the millions of my fellow republicans who stayed home.
Where do you get THAT information? Most absentee voters I've ever heard of are :Originally Posted by Dennis Gardner
As for knowing what the stamp is worth... what's the point, exaclty? I agree that one wouldn't have such a stamp and not know it was valuable in some way... and even if they DIDN'T know, why USE it to mail something? It's mind-boggling. Do you think they did it just to get attention?
If you will it, dude, it is no dream.
It'd be interesting to hear who they voted for......lol.
comment comment comment comment. bitchy.
From the text:Originally Posted by GV#27
Rodstrom said he did not examine the envelope's postmark, but it had no return address and the ballot was disqualified because it gave no clue as to the identity of the voter.
Kewl... an invalid ballot. :p
Probably a joke on their heirs............... wasn't this exactly what Richard Pryor in Brewsters Millions did?[/QUOTE]
Thats exactly what he did in the movie and was the same stamp
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