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Bush Wins, Kerry Loses, L.A. Stands Lethargic

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Los Angeles citizens spoke this morning, albeit in hushed tones, about their thoughts on President Bush winning the 2004 election even more legitimately than in 2000.

Him: Oh well.
Her: Yeah.
Him: Nothing we can do about it.
Her: Yup.
Him: I hear Jamie Foxx is great in that Ray Charles movie.
Her: Yeah, me too. We should see it.
Him: Totally.