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the show that never ends

AMS Politics. It’s vicious. About as vicious as Sayre’s Law lets politics be. It is dominated by personality and relationships. It matters, if only because things can get pretty embarrassing to students when things go off the deep end. We’ll be choosing a new executive, a new direction, and washing off the crap of the past couple of months. It’s a chance for renewal.

The Tribune will be covering the debates with our ever popular liveblogs. We might even have editorial cartoons. Naturally there are going to be NayloRants. Excitingly, I’m planning a couple of things with regards to the brand new voting statistics that the iClickers have been amassing over the last year or so – which is great, as there hasn’t really been very much publication of the voting stats hereto-far. There are going to be candidate profiles, and even an analysis of the joke candidates. POEMS! Bingo. Other such jazz.

What else do people want to see from the RBT?

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2 Responses to “the show that never ends”


  1. 1 Goldman
    January 6, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    What else do people want to see from the RBT?

    More hardcore male nudity.

  2. January 6, 2010 at 10:32 pm

    here here. we need to have a “boys of the AMS” calendar.


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