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Queen City, Here I Come (Back)

If all goes well (meaning, mainly, that Mongo, my SUV, doesn't develop any major problems in the next couple of days), I'm going to be in Manchester, New Hampshire on Tuesday. I've already made arrangements for WiFi access in a couple of places, so Mr. Duckie and I intend to do some live-blogging from the New Hampshire primary.

I should be hitting town between 9 and 10 on Tuesday ( have to vote first, and the polls here don't open until 8), and I dunno how late I'm going to stay. (I'm tempted to pack a few things so if I need to crash at a friend's, I can.)

If anyone would like to say hi to me or Mr. Duckie and is going to be in the Manchester area (hint, hint), drop me an e-mail at jaytea (at) wizbangblog.com, and we'll see what we can do.


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