Scott Hardie | May 9, 2003
I'm going to integrate these into the site better later, but for now I'll just make each one its own topic. Here's your political photo for the week, Senator Joseph Lieberman:

Erik Bates | May 9, 2003
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Scott Hardie | May 11, 2003
"Lemme see fifty-five fifty-five over in the corner fifty-five how about sixty-five up here sixty-five I need eighty lemme see eighty lady right there eighty how about ninety do I see ninety lemme see ninety dollars here gonna go for eighty dollars unless I see ninety going once going twice SOLD!"

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