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Aug
28
2003

“It’s not about left and right, it’s about right and wrong,” Arianna Huffington says in her TV ads, which began airing last night.
Instead of the candidate, who is running for governor as an Independent progressive, the spots feature a cube — a box! — emblazoned with the word ‘vote.’ Thinking outside the box, get it? To Silicon Valley types, the box is going to look like a pale gray (Gray! Get it?) version of the old Next logo. To others it might look a bit like the monolith from Kubrick’s 2001. Pick your icon; they’re all up for grabs.
The box — it’s a ballot box — will be toted on Arianna’s (natural gas powered) bus as it makes its way to various California college campuses. Already Huffington supporters are working on ways to put all that free, parental-supported labor to work.

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