Apr 20, 2012
Very nice! I hope we’ll see more before the end of the elections!
I landed here by following a link that Boulet twitted today
I like what I can see and read here ! (sorry for my poor english skills, I’d like not to make it sound less like a kid saying “Me like it” :’| )
You seem to have a problem with your avatar in another post… If it can be of any kind of help : it seems to be a gravatar hosted image. Go to the gravatar.com website if you want to get rid of this evil pizza cat ! )
OMG THANK YOU! Goodbye, Pizza Cat! Its been swell.
I’m french and this article is hilarious ! Very interesting to see our elections through your eyes, can’t wait for part two
Why The French Elections Are Better Than Yours | Sarah Glidden | blog.ttoine.net:
[...] http://sarahglidden.com/why-the-french-elections-are-better-than-yours/ [...]
Apr 21, 2012
If Obama is socialist what Fox News call these people?
Love it! To be continued, I hope?
Apr 22, 2012
Left wing in the us is like François Bayrou?
Apr 23, 2012
Puisque c’est comme ça, j’arrete les nouilles!
Wonderful, but “center-left” is not accurate to describe Mélenchon. He’s plain left.
yes I know…this is part of the joke that may not translate very well. I could try to explain it but it would just kill it!
Love it ! Can’t wait for part two
Sep 27, 2012
Since I’m new to Facebook, I have a lot to catch up..But I’m very happy to have connected to you again, Sarah Glidden. I always haver enjoyed seeing your wonderful drawings and your “analysis”,,,More, more please!
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