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Our Election Night Forum

You're invited. Join pundits, readers in adding comments to this story.

By Richard Warnica 7 Nov 2006 | TheTyee.ca

Richard Warnica is a senior editor at The Tyee.

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You remember those old swimming pools, the ones with the public gallery up top? You know, where your parents would sit, gossip and wave at you while you swam? While tonight, think of The Tyee as that gallery. And in the Pool? The United States of America. 

Yes, it’s time again for The Tyee’s election night forum, where readers join pundits to analyze, gripe and share informed opinions as the results unfold in real time. Below this post begins a comment thread sure to be full of… well, whatever you choose. That’s the beauty of it. While the rest of the pack brings you the same old faces (and Katie Couric), The Tyee brings you more of you. And we all like you.

The election night thread has become a Tyee  tradition. The first time we tried it, so many readers logged on, the whole site crashed. But since then we’ve strengthened our infrastructure (more 2x4s mostly) and are now ready for the hordes.  So read up, log on and get commenting.   [Tyee]

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