I’ll vote for Martin Public!

The Donaukurier is introducing the candidates for the local elections in March, displaying three randomly selected on the sidebar next to the content. And finally I’ve found my preferred candidate:

candidate Mustermann

(Which is a variation of a general template name, like “John Public” or similar. And he doesn’t belong to any party.)

On the “further candidates” overview page, he didn’t show up anymore, though…

6 Comments

  1. r

    Gute Idee. Der wird auf jeden Fall Politik für Otto Normalverbraucher machen.

  2. D

    Ich dachte der wohnt in Musterhausen?! Ist wohl umgezogen…

  3. c

    Ich glaube, sein Bruder Max wohnt noch in Musterhausen. Aber um Kommunalpolitik für viele Ottos Normalverbraucher zu machen, müssen die Mitglieder dieser bestimmt noch größeren Familie eben in die verschiedenen Landkreise ziehen…

  4. D

    Klingt absolut einleuchtend! :P

  5. D

    Ähm, das fällt mir jetzt erst auf, dass du gar nicht so weit weg wohnst. An P-hofen fahre ich doch täglich vorbei! ;)
    Grüße aus IN

  6. c

    :) Man hat auch irgendwie selten Grund, danach zu schauen, wo die ganzen Blogger so herkommen…

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