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I think you'd be great at the White House, eRobin. I just look forward to Scott McClellan saying "eRobin?" Maybe you could add "Hood" as your NYT nom de plume.

For some reason, this puts me in mind of the time a San Francisco police chief made some remarks on camera in which he referred to a couple of groups critical of the SFPD: "...groups like Food not Bombs and Bad Cop No Doughnut..." When he got to BCND, he looked like he was sucking a lemon and kind of muttered it really quickly; we just died laughing when we saw it.

Anyway, so long Bumiller. With any kind of bad luck, it's her stepping stone to being Scott McClellan herself someday.

looks like she squeezed in one more http://tinyurl.com/g9l6s

She'll be around until June, which gives me plenty of time to plan the Have Fun Writing Your Hagiography party.

That's what Bumiller's book is going to be: a hagiography of Condi Rice. Thanks for archiving all those incomparable Bumiller pieces for your readers, eRobin!

It's going to be so funny - and just in time for 2008! Imagine that.

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