Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Oyster Po' Boys and Beer for Everyone!


My friends and fellow oyster lovers, as a finalist candidate in the Great Oyster Decider Election of '08, I'm asking for your vote in the upcoming election, sponsored by MarxFoods.com, so I can win four dozen fresh Puget Sound oysters. I promise to fete my supporters with Oyster Po' Boys and Beer 'til the cows come home. Just stop on by Oyster Headquarters in Seattle's lovely Mt. Baker neighborhood. Now that's a promise, y'hear!

Vote early...and often!

I'm a Finalist in the Marx Foods Oyster Contest

7 comments:

jfwells said...

Ouch! Only four votes so far. Need to get the word out to busterwantstofish to get some ballot stuffing going on.

Finspot said...

Yeah, I haven't even bothered to email my peeps. Guess I don't have what it takes to be mayor of Chicago...

t-mos said...

will the 8 year old oyster lover is taking everyone to school with over half the votes!

Hunter Angler Gardener Cook said...

Dude, I just voted for you, but someone has clearly rigged the vote better than you have. The 8-year-old has 114 votes. Must be from Chicago. Or Florida.

Live to Hunt.... said...

Rigged! Rigged! Rigged! I demand a recount. Hey there Fat, just checking in to see what was cooking. Everything looks amazing as usual. Keep it up.

Justin Marx said...

I wondered whether it was rigged too because little Will is definitely schooling all the adults...but, then I checked the poll logs...and his votes are all coming from unique IPs. (plus, I know that the settings are such to avoid ballot stuffing)

Will must've gotten an email out to his school's listserv or something.

But, fear not. There's still 48 hours of voting! Plenty of time to catch up. Know any elementary schools that you can recruit?

Finspot said...

I'm told robo-calls aren't working this season, so maybe it's time to accept defeat in the face of excessive cuteness. But Will, m'boy, when yer older c'mon by and try a po' boy and beer (3.2 if necessary) and see if mom really knew where the good action was at...