Since it seems that every lazy tv person in the world has decided that the Minnesota Senate race recount has the potential to be just like the Florida 2000 recount (even though the similarities are tenuous at best), I thought it would be interesting to take a look in on the proceedings, seeing as they're being open about it and all. And so far, no mobs of Republican "activists" who look suspiciously like interns have popped up to scream "shut it down!" We can dream, however.
But in order to pass the time while the count continues, you can always go to the Minnesota Public Radio website, where they're posting images of some of the rejected and challenged ballots. This is my favorite, of course.
You can also vote for who you think should get the vote, or if the ballot should be rejected. They're not giving any answers, but you can see how everyone else voted.