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You should download The Washington Post’s new iPad app. If only because you can experience the Style section as it is in print. (Yes we used Microsoft Paint to draw that yellow arrow and circle. What of it.)

You should download The Washington Post’s new iPad app. If only because you can experience the Style section as it is in print. (Yes we used Microsoft Paint to draw that yellow arrow and circle. What of it.)

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Guess who is now going to be allowed to fill combat positions in the military? Women.

Guess who is now going to be allowed to fill combat positions in the military? Women.

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All The President’s Men (1976); dir. Alan J. Pakula

All these neat little houses and all these nice little streets. It’s hard to believe that something’s wrong with some of those little houses. 

This is exactly what it looks and feels like when we go to work every day.

(Source: schwoozie, via bbook)

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Obama, on smartphone.
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Obama, on smartphone.

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Sam Marks, who founded a roller coaster enthusiasts group more than 20 years ago, gets a front-row seat on Six Flags America’s Apocalypse during technical rehearsal of the new ride on June, 6, 2012.
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Sam Marks, who founded a roller coaster enthusiasts group more than 20 years ago, gets a front-row seat on Six Flags America’s Apocalypse during technical rehearsal of the new ride on June, 6, 2012.

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Elaine Saunders, 77, enjoys wearing hats, a style that is fading among younger black women in Washington.
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Elaine Saunders, 77, enjoys wearing hats, a style that is fading among younger black women in Washington.

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Zahra Khamas, 9, listens to stories about how her recently deceased father was wounded by the U.S. military at her home in the Sadr City area of Baghdad.
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Zahra Khamas, 9, listens to stories about how her recently deceased father was wounded by the U.S. military at her home in the Sadr City area of Baghdad.

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People have been lining up outside The Washington Post to buy today’s print edition.
Because you can’t make a keepsake out of a Web site.

People have been lining up outside The Washington Post to buy today’s print edition.

Because you can’t make a keepsake out of a Web site.

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This morning’s front page.
Obama wins.
Maryland approves same-sex marriage, the DREAM act.
Kaine (D) over Allen (R) in Virginia Senate race.

This morning’s front page.

Obama wins.

Maryland approves same-sex marriage, the DREAM act.

Kaine (D) over Allen (R) in Virginia Senate race.