A Revolutionary Review of the Year 2009: November

Fellow revolutionaries:

“WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, MY FRIENDS!” That’s what you should be singing, since we are almost at the end of A Revolutionary Review of the Year 2009. We’ve already covered the months of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October. Do you realize what this means?

You are a terrible singer.

NOVEMBER

  • Michael Bloomberg won a third term as New York City Mayor, proving that money CAN buy happiness, friendship, admiration, respect, a third term in office, and a solid gold toilet.
  • The voters of Maine passed Proposition 1, rejecting same-sex marriage. So, no plagues for Maine.
  • Germany marked the 20th anniversary of the Berlin Wall with a large cake that had been split into two. One half of the cake was filled with an oppressive socialist state, while the other half was filled with chocolate.
  • The United States opened its first marijuana café in Portland, Oregon. For some reason, it opened four hours late.
  • Sarah Palin’s memoir, Going Rogue, was released nationwide into the public, although scientists vowed to find a cure.
  • Oprah Winfrey announced she will end her talk show in 2011. Her critics immediately accused her of setting a timetable for withdrawal from Chicago.

(Other months in “A Revolutionary Review of the Year 2009”)

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