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  • David Paterson of New York, has just shown the Nation, what a smart, unarrogant, polished politician he is!!

    Paterson says Clinton frustrated, not desperate

  • We are a gathering of sane, unarrogant, pleasant people, talking about sane, unarrogant, pleasant topics in a sane, unarrogant, pleasant environment.

    Happy Birthday, Ray Charles!

  • (what he wrote about "The Misfits" and "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" first) and someone interested only in one of his major projects could read just the relevant part, but I think the engaging, unarrogant takes are likely to stimulate reading more, as they did me.

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