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Let us boldly condemn all imitation, though it comes to us graceful and fragrant as the morning; and foster all originality, though, at first, it be as crabbed and ugly as our own pine knots.
john baker, April 29th, 2011. 4 comments. Filed under politics.
( Alex Garcia, Chicago Tribune / April 27, 2011 )
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I just want to know who the extra hand between the President and Michelle belongs to??? Am I imagining an extra hand there??
Do you have a presence on twitter? I can’t seem to see The lady with three hands | John Baker's Blog on the website and I would love to connect with you there. I like your writing style, thanks Velma Harrison
NO, she really is a three-hander, Sharon.
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