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McCain and Palin Selected for Roles in New Batman Movie

Now that their political stock has dropped more than the Dow Jones, McCain and Palin have decided it's time to plan for life after politics.

Interestingly, both have landed roles in the popular Batman movie franchise. McCain will assume the role of Harvey Two-Face, and Palin will be the first female to play the Joker.

Courtesy of: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2008/10/12/18544195.php

McCain Caption Contest

This photo, taken at the conclusion of the third McCain/Obama debate, screams for a caption contest.

Pundits have noted that McCain was a lot more animated in the last debate, but perhaps that's not always a good thing.

Anyway, if you were to put a caption to this photo, what would it say?

Here's my lame attempt --> McCain: the Original White Zombie

Or how about --> Here McCain attempts to solitify his conservative zombie base.

Now I just know you can come up with something better than that!

Fuller 2008

The people have called, and I have listened to their call.

The country is hungry, and I will feed their bellies.

Yes, I am happy to announce that I am running for president of the United States of America.

Please click the following link to see a news story about my surprise entry into this year's political campaign.

There are only three weeks left, but together, we can change the world!

http://www.tsgnet.com/pres.php?id=370617&altf=Csfu&altl=Gvmmfs

National Novel Writing Month Is Coming

November is National Novel Writing Month, affectionately known as NaNoWriMo.

Now in its tenth year, NaNoWriMo's goal is to get writers to, well, write. No more procrastination, and no more excuses.

The rules of the "contest" are simple: Just write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November.

Last year, over 100,000 would-be writers signed up, and over 15,000 crossed the 50,000 word finish line.

What do you win? Well, you win the fact that you've written a novel, and once the organization confirms your word count, it sends you a nice certificate, suitable for framing no doubt.

According to the organization's website, a number of NaNoWriMo novels have found publishers, and at least one was a #1 New York Times best seller.

November sounds like a great time to write a novel, and I plan to enter the contest. Check out the link, and if you're interested in entering, too, email me. (bret.fuller@roch.edu) Together, maybe we can encourage each other to write the nex…