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I'm proud to announce the April 2010 we're-all-going-to-chew-each-other-up-if-this-doesn't-stop Daily Kos PIE CONTEST!

For a change, we don't throw them, fun as that may be.

No, we bake them. Now I know that whatever our various flavors of progressive political belief system, whatever our levels of passionate dedication to our President, and whatever our respective, um, respect for our fellow progressives, one thing is pretty much true:

We do like our pie. So...

In honor of all our real trolls, concern trolls, fake trolls, and--most of all--our own trollish moments during our personal quests for truth, justice, and the American way, I challenge you all to a pie baking contest.

  1. You post the best pie (or other) baking recipe. And maybe the second best, 'cause I might like that one better. More butter and chocolate, you know.
  1. You read everyone else's recipes...and maybe bake one.
  1. You rate up the recipes you like. (And I don't see why you should rate anyone's down. I mean, just because you once got stoned and ate an entire pecan pie and got sick doesn't mean you should rate down that lovely pecan pie recipe, right?)
  1. Gain an appreciation for the diversity and uniqueness of all of our dear DK citizens. We're different, we tend to be passionate, and we sometimes express our passion by losing ourselves and yelling at each other. Dude, relax. It's all pie. If you don't like the recipe, just move on to the next one.

The winner will be by mojo. You like the recipe, you rate it up.

I have a feeling this will be the most yummy pie fight ever!

Thanks for all these years of progressive intellectual stimulation. You folks sometimes piss me off, but most of the time, you make me think.
-mark

Originally posted to marksb on Mon Apr 12, 2010 at 12:40 PM PDT.

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