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Me? I'm not sure. Maybe a pub with some folks from work. Maybe the Department of Culture thing at the Gladstone in Toronto. Or maybe at home if I'm not feeling up to going out.
The Democrats Abroad are having something at the Plaza Flamingo. That's the only public one I know about. What's happening at the Gladstone?
I am drinking at my friend's place and probably playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Far more happening than anything else tonight.
Will be watching early returns, at eastern poll closing times at my local Legion, and then will be coming home to watch the conclusion, as if it is bad, I may want to take a pill or 2, and go to sleep for a few days. [img]wink.gif" border="0[/img]
We're invited (my spouse -- along with other political types) to the beautiful house of the US Consul General to watch with Americans. We also have some friends who are having people over.
But in the end, I really do like watching elections -- all elections -- at my own TV. I feel that I have more control over the situation. [img]wink.gif" border="0[/img]
And it's a school night so I think I'll stay home and try to maintain regular hours.
I invited myself over to my parent’s place for “dinner,” which is really just code for, “Sorry Mom and Dad, I don’t have a TV, so I need to come steal yours!” I’m sure they’re on to me.
They're broadcasting the results on the big screen at the Bloor cinema, an event hosted by NOW magazine. I might check it out.
jrootham: [url=http://departmentofculture.ca/department-of-culture-election-night-celeb...'s what's happening at the Gladstone.[/url]
I have a hockey game, so will be watching 18-year olds blowing past me all night.
I'm going to do all three. I'm going to go out with some folks from work for a bit, then go off to the Gladstone on the way home and poke my nose in there for a bit, and then go home and watch the rest on TV. [img]smile.gif" border="0[/img]
I am going to stay home and watch. That way if McCain takes it I can get absolutely floor licking drunk and I don't have to drive.
Or if Obama wins, I can have a few too many to celebrate, and not have to drive.
Either way, the vodka's on ice.
I'm watching from my desk here at work. [img]frown.gif" border="0[/img] Until 9:30, anyway.