Amy Schumer Reminds Everyone That the Internet Knows When You Don't Vote (So Vote!)

"Anyone who knows you can just look that shit up."

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Amy Schumer is here to teach the world a valuable lesson: if you skip out on voting, everyone will know. Because FYI, your voting history is public record, so—as Schumer notes—next time you're at a dinner party and someone casually asks if you voted, they can 100 percent call you out if you lie. Honestly, it's only a matter of time until there's an app for that.

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To quote Schumer in the video above, "I guess I am actually here to tell you to vote, or at least cover your own ass so you don't seem like a steamy dump. I don't want that for you. I don't want that for you, baby."

The polls open on November 8. Be there, or be mildly-to-aggressively judged by your friends.

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