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A few weeks ago, Gopika Kaul worried that the Taj Mahal wouldn’t make it into a contest for the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. She worried for naught. This weekend, India’s monument to love made the cut.
Mike Spinney said he was bored of presidential politics and predicted we’d all catch up soon. But then he went off to watch the debates in New Hampshire. On Sunday, the New York Times agreed: It’s love-hate.
Matthew Holt’s initial take on Michael Moore’s Sicko – predicting that it would get everyone thinking about health care in a new way – appears to be coming true. To fill out that thought, take a look at Nicole Martinelli’s report from the (Italian) trenches.
Christopher Brauchli’s “defense” of Dick Cheney and P.J. Rodriguez’s defense (more heartfelt) of Paris Hilton appear to be getting traction as well. Dick’s less and less popular every day while Paris sold more copies of People than almost anyone else.
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