The Vox Box

SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 2008, 1:17 A.M.

Liberal bias.

In the spirit of the Republican National Convention, here's an incredibly accurate portrayal of the general atmosphere of conservative gatherings.

I think my biggest issue with journalism is the inability to speak as freely as this.

j/k is an acronym for "just kidding" quite popular in the context of the internet. It would be appropriately placed right about here.




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