So you read last week's post, and for some reason have convinced yourself that a selfie-filled summer of doing lame and unproductive things might still be better than being the President of the United States or Boris, The Russian Ambassador.
Or perhaps your plans are a bit more sophisticated than video-games and bathroom selfies, and include things such as going to the mall, getting a suntan on your back porch, or drinking a pitcher full of lemonade that you bought from a little kid's stand for $2.
Fair enough. We respect that. Buying lemonade (and cheap jewelry at Claire's) is a great way to support your local economy.
But we'll see your lackadaisical mall excursions and lazy suntanning sessions and raise you a 36-point non-exhaustive list of mind-blowingly awesome things you can DO at iGovern 2014.
The Mind-Blowingly Awesome, Non-Exhaustive List of Cool Stuff to do at iGovern
2). Revoke an ambassador’s diplomatic immunity.
3). Force a cabinet member to resign.
4). Impeach the president of the United States.
5). Build a grassroots Alpaca Rights movement.
6). Pass a sane, reasonable, and responsible bill into law.
7). Form a third-party.
8). Say something reckless in the newspaper.
9). Nuke the moon.*
10). Wax eloquent on the floor of the House.
11). Filibuster on the floor of the Senate.
13). Get your picture in front of the White House.
14). Throw a dodgeball at the President of the United States.
15). Subpoena an ambassador to testify before committee.
16). Serve as the security detail for a presidential candidate.
17). Mangle an unsuspecting Congressman’s bill.
18). Sing songs with a traveling mariachi band.
19). Balance the budget.
20). Start a war.
22). Broker a peace agreement.
23). Take a selfie in the U.S. Capitol.24). Take a selfie on top of a mountain.
25). Take a selfie on a beach in Hawaii.
26). Make a fortune in the stock market.
27). Make a lifelong friend.
28). Stage a protest at a party meeting.
29). Buy out that back page of a newspaper.
30). Bribe an elected official.*
31). Pass the “Nick Barden Galaxy Bill.”
32). Land a multi-million dollar endorsement at a formal gala.
33). Sponsor war games on the Great Lakes.
34). Bring a guitar into a session of Congress.
36). Glitterbomb Jeremiah Lorrig.
iGovern, where anything** is possible.
*Not recommended.**Subject to availability. Some terms and conditions apply. See camp staff for details.
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