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145 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. Larry King is 75. Ted Turner is 70. Tom Harkin is 69. So, too, is Garrick Utley. Ahmad Rashad is 59. Ann Curry is 52. At right is a the only known photograph of Lincoln (circled) at Gettysburg. (Go to article.)You still think neither Hillary Clinton nor John Kerry should be Secretary of State. Kenny Day, Stephen Samaniego, Gregory Minchak, Craig Paridy, Paul Schur, Steve Holman, Mike Conneen, Steve Portnoy, Craig Brownstein, Lauren Poplawski and Michael Grass all correctly guessed that yesterday’s picture was of 18th Street, NW. Yesterday was the birthday of Andrea Stone. In its latest installment of “What Happens to Political Reporters Post Election?” FamousDC tells us, “After spending endless nights on the campaign trail, it comes as little surprise that WaPo reporter Chris Cillizza is ready to pack it in. The Fix, as he often refers to himself, recently announced that he will not head to the White House to camp out next to Helen Thomas, but instead follow his heart and try his hand at music. His first album, which he just finished, will be a Bob Dylan and Dr. Seuss inspired compilation.” BBC presents, “20 of your most hated cliches.” Check out today’s White House Photo of the Day from Time. Today’s “Angry Journalist” rant of the day: “my editor in chief doesn’t know how to spell ‘sieve’. And he’s editor in chief.”
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