For those whose daydream ambitions skew a little less rock-star and a little more presidential, Radar has a neat, automated form readers can use to produce their own nomination acceptance speech. Who doesn’t want to put their own stamp on clichéd, barn-burning oratory? But what, the discerning reader will wonder, will Radar ask of you? A short list of requested inputs follows.
- The big one: "friends," or "fellow Americans?"
- Name the small town you grew up in, and the honest labor you did to escape.
- Name the sad corner of the world where hardship made you who you are today.
- Choose two primary colors (hint: it works best with red and blue).
- Name your vice president.
- Your spouse's name (it you don't have one, you're in the wrong business).
To complete your speech, click the link below.