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The Cruise that Never Ends―Roomies Wanted.

There are now 703 people coming on the National Review Post-Election Cruise. Let’s make that 707 – there’s a fine gent who wants a verandah cabin but only if he can team up with someone willing to share it. Ditto for a nice lady. Call The Cruise Authority at 1-800-707-1634 (eastern time until 5PM) if you want in. Ask for Cathy or Joanne.

Next: We have two other verandah cabins left. And one Superior Suite. If we sell them by Friday, great. If we don’t, we turn them back over to Holland America. On Friday at 5PM, we are hanging the “CLOSED” sign on the door. To grab one of them go to www.nrcruise.com.

What else? Jim Geraghty is now coming. Yes, the Campaign Spot himself. Also: NR’s official artist Roman Genn. That’s right, the Ink Spot himself.

In case you missed it 10 or so days ago, military expert Bing West and U.N. expert Anne Bayefsky signed on. And they’re in addition to Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney, Mark Steyn, Christopher Buckley, Victor Davis Hanson, Pat Toomey, Bernard Lewis, John O’Sullivan, Andrew McCarthy, Bill McGurn, Ed Whelan, Rob Long, Shannen Coffin, Scott W. Johnson, Kate O’Beirne, Deroy Murdock, Kathryn Jean Lopez, Fr. Robert Sirico, Jay Nordlinger, Ramesh Ponnuru, Darcy Olsen, Mona Charen, Brent Bozell, Jonah Goldberg, Byron York, John Miller, and Olbermann bête noire Stephen Spruiell. Dang, that’s one heck of a line-up.

Well, last chance — you snooze you loose, act now, supplies are limited, yada yada yada. You’ve been warned.

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