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Bookmarks for January 8th through January 11th

Zantzinger, whose attack on a black barmaid in 1963 made him the subject of one of Bob Dylan’s most enduring folk songs, died Jan. 3 at the age of 69, under far better circumstances than the woman who suffered a fatal stroke after suffering blows from his cane.” … Senate since popular election of senators began in 1917, 60 ran for re-election and won, while 56 ran and lost.”

A few interesting links for January 8th through January 11th:

  • The unlonesome death of William Zantzinger – “William D. Zantzinger, whose attack on a black barmaid in 1963 made him the subject of one of Bob Dylan’s most enduring folk songs, died Jan. 3 at the age of 69, under far better circumstances than the woman who suffered a fatal stroke after suffering blows from his cane.”
  • Four words regarding Burris: Game over, Game on. – “Congressional Quarterly reported this week that of the 180 people appointed to the U.S. Senate since popular election of senators began in 1917, 60 ran for re-election and won, while 56 ran and lost.”

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