Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

I have a couple of great things that I would like to share with you on yet another beautiful Sunday that gave me a much needed one extra hour of sleep.

First, a great prank call on Mrs. Sarah Palin, who was in Raleigh this weekend.

From Boing Boing:
The popular Montreal comedy duo Marc-Antoine Audette and Sebastien Trudel, aka "The Masked Avengers" ( Les Justiciers Masqués ) are notorious for prank-calling heads of state and celebrities who take themselves a little too seriously. Surely none take themselves so seriously as Sarah Palin. She was pranked by the pair today when they social-hacked their way past security and convinced her she was speaking to Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of France.

Oh those crazy Canadians...

Now a couple of fun things from the local News and Observer. I loved this opening line from an article called "Parties marshal troops for E-day" about presidential campaign volunteers in N.C.
At their national convention, Republicans scoffed at an early line on Barack Obama's resume.

"He worked as a community organizer," former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani told the crowd, to rising laughter. "What?"

Now the GOP is discovering the value of that experience. In the closing hours of a national election, Republican nominee John McCain faces an Obama get-out-the-vote push that is exceptionally well organized at the community level. The Democrat's campaign is culminating in an enormous door-by-door effort. North Carolina is one of its key targets.

Oh, buuuurrnn. Then they also had a great article about the Cary High School alumni band that marched in the Cary Band Day parade this weekend. I wanted to go, Halloween and a busy Saturday kept me from joining. I love that all those alumni came out and marched again. Maybe next year...

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!

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