I knew him, Horatio: a fellow of infinite pecs.

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David Byron

David Byron is a software developer working for the military-industrial complex. At Popehat, he writes about art, language, theater (mostly magic), technology, lyrics, and aleatory ephemera. Serious or satirical poetry spontaneously overflows from him while he's recollecting in tranquility. @dcbyron

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  1. BradK says:

    And what of Obama? Surely He as well as His followers consider Him to be The Messiah, if not a full-on God. Politics is nothing if not perception.

    Can't wait for that statue.

  2. Dwight Brown says:

    "Horatio Greenough, George Washington, 1840, National Museum of American History."

    Ah, yes. "My body lies over at Mount Vernon—my clothes in the Pension Office."