Today we bring to you a message that doesn't completely revolve around sports. Our apologies, but it is of great importance.
Yes, that's right, Terry Tate: Office Linebacker is back, folks. This time around though, he has a new message for us: get out and vote this year.
Early voting started in Florida this past Monday, and Election Day is November 4th. I voted early yesterday. Two and a half hours in line, give or take a few minutes, but it was worth it knowing that my vote will make a difference this year. In 2004, according to the U.S. Census, 64 percent of citizens over the age of 18 voted in the presidential election. I wouldn't be surprised if it was closer to 80 percent this election, by the looks of voter turnout the past few days down here in Miami.
Here at 4th and Fail, we're not going to tell you who to vote for, because we trust you will make the right decision. However, Terry Tate might give you a hint on who you should elect:
"Don't bring that weak ass stuff up in this humpty-bumpty! WOO!"
We suggest you listen to Terry Tate, or else the Pain Train will be comin' for you, complete with a year's subscription to Tate's Journal of Pain.
I'm El Tomas Verde, and I approve this message.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled sports blogging. Thank You.