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TBP--10 things I love most about DC

The ten things I love most about DC | The Bilerico Project:
"I know I've been a bad blogger lately, getting all wrapped up in grad school finals and work stuff--and sadly I've had little time to research what I'd really like to do: The Top Ten Direct Action Campaigns in History. In the mean time, I'm here in DC--the Center of the Universe--and I'd just like to do a quick post for you, my friends, on my ten most favorite things about coming to DC..."

To see my list, my links and my pictures, you HAVE TO VISIT the Bilerico Project!

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