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  • America Votes

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    Friday, October 08, 2004

    This land is still your land ... and more 

    Those wacky folks at JibJab.com are at it again. The people who brought you the Bush-Kerry "This Land Is Your Land" have a new animation. "Good to Be in D.C." again features the two major presidential hopefuls, as well as all your political cartoon favorites: Cheney and Edwards, Condoleeza Rice, the Supreme Court justices, Bill 'n' Hill and New Jersey's irrepressible Gov. James McGreevey.

    Oh and in case you're wondering what happened to "This Land," the JibJab team agreed to pull it down when Woody Guthrie's estate complained. You can still see it, but now you have to pay. (Convenient how that worked out.) It's available at the JibJab store for download for $2.99, or $4.99 including the D.C. animation. There's also a DVD of the two available for $9.99.

    Meanwhile, JibJab has turned into an empire. (Isn't this what the dot-com dream was supposed to be about?) T-shirts, mousepads, mugs and various sundries are available with all the classic designs: Right Wing Nut Job, Liberal Wiener and the rest.

    posted by Ellen Dunkel at 10:53 AM



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