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November 1, 2004

A Simple Sonnet on Suffrage

Please vote.
Please vote.
Please vote.

This year could be the most important election of your life. You'll always remember that you were a part of it.

Please vote.
Please vote.
Please vote.

(and do it carefully; no hanging chads. If it's electric, double check your receipt.)

Your vote matters.

Peace and love,

Posted by Zach Braff at 03:20 PM | Permalink


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Counting the hours!!! Glad to assume that you are back in the U.S!

Posted by: JoAnn | Nov 1, 2004 3:21:25 PM

one of the first comments! :)! hi zach! i'm voting! YAY FOR VOTING!

Posted by: pim | Nov 1, 2004 3:21:56 PM

awww how sweet

Posted by: laura | Nov 1, 2004 3:22:34 PM

hey zach!just out of curiousity.. since by the time you get this the election will be over.. who were you voting for....?

Posted by: angela | Nov 1, 2004 3:23:42 PM

amen....seriously people get all of your firends, and their friends, and their sisters, and brothers, and dogs....anyone who can VOTE. our futures, and our childrens futures are at in jeporady..... don't silence yourself...be heard

Posted by: carrie | Nov 1, 2004 3:24:00 PM

If all goes well, tomorrow night I can say I feel a bit better about being an american, and not feel like such a world dominating uneducated hick follower. God bless the U S of A.

Posted by: Ed | Nov 1, 2004 3:25:11 PM

as the presidential election rolls around every four years, people say "this is the most important election of your life." i think this year, however, wins the title. as a member of the younger generation i feel like we can truly make a difference with our votes and show that we do care about what happens to us in the future. so please, do me and everyone else a favor by voting!

Posted by: Rachel | Nov 1, 2004 3:26:05 PM

not being american im not voting, but i wanted to get a comment it as usually i check this board and theres 300 posts.

so i will remember forever the time i was in the first ten and braffeh may have read my uninteresting comment.

Posted by: Kurns | Nov 1, 2004 3:27:35 PM

Already did. :P

Absentee rocks the house.

Posted by: Kate | Nov 1, 2004 3:27:36 PM


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Posted by: Florida | Nov 1, 2004 3:29:00 PM

You got it, Mr. Z. I'd also stress to those who registered for the first time to actually GET OUT AND VOTE. Don't think you've done your part because someone convinced you to get involved. You actually have to go out and do it...even if it's raining, even if there's a line, even if you'd rather be sitting at home watching the "Garden State" DVD (okay, so it's not out yet....). Just do it.

P.S. to Zach: The episode you directed was a SCREAM. Excellent job.

Posted by: Frank | Nov 1, 2004 3:29:02 PM

I am voting for the future of my 2 year old! (Who begged me to replay the scene on Scrubs where JD runs his scooter into the wall about 50 times last week. Thank goodness for Tivo)

Posted by: Christie | Nov 1, 2004 3:29:50 PM

I bought the GS soundtrack like a month ago and I was reading the packet thing that comes in the cd case and I practically died when i read your thank you to "Manny the anti-piracy stunt guy!" I thought i was the only person who cared about him because you know, if you steal a candy bar or download a song, its the same thing!

unfortunately, they dumped Manny because i guess he wasn't attracted the younger crowd. Now thay have some seizure inducing punk anti piracy campaign that makes me want to steal.

P.S: zach you can skip the PS because its for my sister:

CAROLINE! Ha! i found this blog you constantly speak of! This place isn'y safe for you anymore! (Aged Steak!)

Posted by: Feelin' Groovy! | Nov 1, 2004 3:31:43 PM

As soon as I'm able to vote, I'll be there!

BTW, you're one awesomely cool guy =]

Posted by: nikki* | Nov 1, 2004 3:32:46 PM

I'm from Estonia so it really does not affect me much. Still I would hope for Kerry to become the president. Maybe then I could come and see sir Braff in person needing no visa to do so. Like in 20 years or so.lol
You all vote well now;)

Posted by: freddy | Nov 1, 2004 3:32:58 PM

Hello Zach!

Thanks for your comments about voting. Every single person counts. Hope you had a great time in Europe!


Posted by: KareLynn | Nov 1, 2004 3:33:52 PM

American Politics:

Two Puppets being controlled
by the same force.

American Cinematography:

This is what I live for.
Garden State was beautiful.
I hope one day I will be able
to show the world my films.
Thankyou for giving me hope.

Posted by: Lumin | Nov 1, 2004 3:35:58 PM

Being from Cananda (and under 18) I'm obviously not going to vote, but the thing I find really wierd is that the american election is a really big topic everywhere in the world, especially here in Canada. I even had a class long debate on it in history class.
Anyways, I'm really bummed that they won't be airing scrubs this week. :(

Posted by: isabelle | Nov 1, 2004 3:36:03 PM

I have to shit. Scrubs rules.

San Demus high school football rules!

Posted by: Jimbo | Nov 1, 2004 3:37:01 PM

Wow, first 20, nice. I will definitely be voting. You back in town Zach? Cheers

Posted by: Sari | Nov 1, 2004 3:37:10 PM

Already did it biddy!

Posted by: Jill | Nov 1, 2004 3:37:49 PM

As an ex-ex-pat of the US, I sorely wish I could vote.

Posted by: ophelia | Nov 1, 2004 3:38:02 PM

Zach first off high from England, need to get 2 things out the way first!! Sarah Chalke is soooo fit, u may well be the luckiest guy in the world!! Second the episode of scrubs u directed was awesome well done man

ok so election fever aint quite as high over here but for everyone wanting to find out more like me, and cant access George Bushes web site as it is forbidden over here in Europe (freedom of speech don’t seem 2 be a high priority of his!) u can access it via well done is high tech depot. (the site us running very slow at the moment!!)

Keep up the work on scrubs I love it!!

Posted by: sam whisker | Nov 1, 2004 3:40:00 PM

Absentee, baby! Oh yeah! GO KERRY! Zach, you are wonderful and I love you (in a non-stalker, non-creepy type of way). Next time I offer you a seat at my table, please take me up on it! :-) Great job on your Scrubs directoral debut. It was delicious.


Posted by: Jess | Nov 1, 2004 3:41:20 PM