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2. When Arthur Schlesinger Sr. pioneered the "presidential greatness poll" in 1948, the top five were Lincoln, Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Jefferson. Only Wilson appears to be seriously fading, probably because his support for the World War Iera Sedition Act now seems outrageous; in this analogy, Woodrow is like the Doors and the Sedition Act is Oliver Stone.

3. For the especially serious listener, In Utero In Utero's liner notes even included instructions on how to set one's equalizer for maximum effect: The bass should be at +2 and the treble should be at +5.

4. There is, in fact, an episode of M*A*S*H M*A*S*H where Major Winchester admits to Hawkeye Pierce how he privately envies the relationship Hawkeye has with his family patriarch, precisely because he only had a father while Pierce "had a dad." This may also explain why David Ogden Stiers did not become addicted to heroin. where Major Winchester admits to Hawkeye Pierce how he privately envies the relationship Hawkeye has with his family patriarch, precisely because he only had a father while Pierce "had a dad." This may also explain why David Ogden Stiers did not become addicted to heroin.



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