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April 20, 2012

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Jeff, you're on to something with your "Things of interest" section. I can't believe that I remember the "ears" controversy about LBJ, of all the stupid trivialities. As well as the correct spelling of potato. And presidents stumbling. And Billy Beer. And technological incompetence - tape recorders, digital watches, and windshield wiper delay switches. But this is what makes us human, and connects us, for better or worse, with our leaders. These little things may be far more important to most of us in the election than is generally realized.

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