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File under jazz.
September 3, 2004


The Top 5 Things Overheard at
the Republican National Convention


    1. "Watch this! With the upgraded chip we installed in Cheney, I can make him say anything I want!"

    2. "Jenna! Barbara! Come down from there!"

    3. "It is with great pride that I proudly accept the nomination of President of the United States of America...."
      "Mr. Keyes, the convention's over. Could you please get off the stage? We have to start cleaning up."

    4. "Wanna come to my room for a Swiftie?"

      and the Number 1 Thing Overheard at the Republican National Convention...

    5. "Attention, please: Our latest intelligence shows that Operation Hurricane has taken out nearly 60 percent of the voting booths in Florida."

Our ClubTop5 members get to see the entire 16-item list!




Selected from 121 submissions from 45 contributors.
Today's Top Five List authors were:


  • Greg Preece, Toronto, Canada -- 1 (8th #1)
  • Michael Cunningham, Woodridge, IL -- 2
  • Danny Gallagher, Tyler, TX -- 3 Website
  • Bruce W. Alter, Fairfax Station, VA -- 4
  • Kevin Freels, Walnut Creek, CA -- 5 Website / Hall of Famer
  • Glenn Marcus, Washington, DC -- Topic
  • Tristan Fabriani, Passaic, NJ -- Banner Tag
  • Mark D. Sabien, What Cheer, IA -- Runner Up list name Website
  • Dave Wesley, Pleasant Hill, CA -- HM list name Hall of Famer
  • Chris White, Los Angeles, CA -- List owner/editor Email / Hall of Famer
  • Fishbone, Los Angeles, CA -- Ambience   (explanation)

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