23
Sep
10

One bus, one election, two heroes

 

 

Sometimes we need heroes. and extended metaphors.

 

Some call them champions, some call them ballot measures, we call them… LOS DOS VALIENTES.

In a ballot full of villainry, two bold heroes have the answers to our education and environmental woes (cue body slam).  One – a world-class acrobat displaying perfect balance – is known for her defense of the sick, and surprise drops of updated textbooks for Washington’s youth. The other – with impeccable hygiene (mold free!) and tree green eyes – employs 30,000 of the state’s finest workers to keep school children warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

The former, known only as I-1098, as well as her companion R-52, have taken the future of Washington State into their own hands.  The work is exhausting (or might we say taxing?), but these villainous times call for brave folks.  They call for Los Dos Valientes. On Halloween, the Bus, you, and you’re best friends will answer this call. Get on the winning team.

The Bus knows another hero – one that wears no mask.  Senator Claudia Kauffman has been championing education and environmental goodness since before it was cool.  The Bus knows this, and we want to share the good news.  That means: (you guessed it) DANCE PARTY BUS TRIP (also dance party)!  Saturday October 16th will be the day, a bus full of great folks helping out Claudia will be the thing.  Be a hero yourself and RSVP.

Keep your eyes peeled for news of our new ballot-based champions in the weeks to come, and arriving in your mailboxes October 18thI-1098 and R-52 = Los Dos Valientes, the people’s champions.

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3 Responses to “One bus, one election, two heroes”


  1. September 24, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Reason #244 why I love the Bus: This post. Who is the author? They deserve a Tony, a Patty, an Emmy and Bus-sy.

    thomas

  2. 2 chelsea
    September 28, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    So much epic in this post… cannot be contained! Sharing, thanks for creating!


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