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November 1, 2004

Stretch, Vote and Stretch

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Posted by Zack Lynch

Get up from your computer.  Really.  This blog is not important.

Get up...take a deep breath in, stretch your hands to the sky, slowly bringing your hands down and breath out.  Breathe in again and stretch slowly to the floor.  Breathe out as you come back to standing.  Repeat 3 times. 

Then go vote.

Remember, your brain will only last as long as your body.

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1. Dan Lynch on November 2, 2004 12:20 AM writes...

Why not VOTE 3 times too :-)

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