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John Dickerson
Moderator, Face the Nation, Slate podcaster. Author, Whistlestop
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John Dickerson 15h
Should smooth jazz with lots of chatty clarinet be played in hostpial waiting rooms?
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John Dickerson 15h
How to be that guy when people say that William Henry Harrison died because he gave a long speech with no coat.
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John Dickerson 17h
Walking the dog in the first peek of sunshine from behind the tree. It's okay to come out.
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John Dickerson Jan 17
Oddly I haven't done one since, but I just recorded one today on Brothers Karamazov with . Great fun.
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John Dickerson Jan 17
which one?
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John Dickerson Jan 16
If you are a Thomas Merton deep cuts fan, I recommend the audiobook of these lectures to the novices at Gethsemane.
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John Dickerson Jan 16
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Terms: Haldemanism v. Buchananism.
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Kyle Munson Jan 16
Thanks, , for loving . on A. Jackson as precursor to :
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Thanks. I wish I had the energy (well, time actually) to produce it more regularly.
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Those claiming no religion make up nearly a 1/4 of the U.S. adult population, up from 16% in 2007. via
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John Dickerson Jan 16
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John Dickerson Jan 16
"One obeys but does not comply" A very interesting way to put it. Thank you!
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Walter Isaacson Jan 16
Henry Kissinger once explained Watergate: "Some damn fool went into the Oval Office and did what Nixon told him to do."
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John Dickerson Jan 16
yes, exactly. I swear there's a perfect passage about this in the diaries (other than the ones about ignoring P. when drunk) but can't find.
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Actually I think there is a passage about this in the Nixon histories but I can't find it. They regularly ignored Nixon.
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Is there a term of art in management for the necessary attribute of knowing when to ignore the boss' directives?
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John Dickerson Jan 16
'They purchased a dog as a result of an unspoken agreement that they would need something to look at during the long pauses in conversation"
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John Dickerson Jan 16
Partisanship making people act like dogs in the 1840s
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