Moldy? Rinse with sanitizer before putting it away, or buy a 12-pack of pipettes.
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I remember that when I lived in Ohio, on voting day they would not open the bars or the liquor stores until after the polls closed. I'm not sure if they still do that.If they gave out free beer at the polls, I bet more people would show up....and it'd have to be a good selection of beer...
Didn't they try that once.
Things have changed quite a bit from the early days of our republic. Candidates used to roll out barrels of beer or whiskey at the polling spots to ensure a good turnout. I'm sure the quality of the drink provided was at least an element in the decision making process of the voters.