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Thursday, November 4, 2010
They Didn't Play Nice, But Will They At Least Clean Up After Themselves?
In the next few days, keep an eye out on the side of the road, to see who picks up their campaign yard-signs, and who lets them turn into litter. Granted, it's not the most important behavioral issue in these elections, but it might reveal something about the campaigns' characters. I was reminded of this yesterday when I saw a volunteer dutifully going along the road retrieving one candidate's signs.