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Washingtonian’s Garrett Graff Can’t Google

Washingtonian‘s intrepid Editor Garrett Graff is all giddy about a new lengthy feature in his magazine. It’s as though he thinks he invented sliced bread.

The new story by Ariel Sabar concerns Jon Wojnowksi, that dedicated white-haired man drivers in Northwest Washington see holding vigil outside the National Cathedral flipping pedophilia signs.

The problem is: Everyone’s written about this guy. WaPo’s Eleanor Goldberg wrote nearly the same story two years ago. See here.

Both stories are undoubtedly well-written, poignant and touching. The main difference between them: two years.

Congratulations on inventing bread, Graff!

 

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