October 5, 2010

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Eliot Spitzer “looked so eager and hepped up that his head almost crashed through the screen,” writes Alessandra Stanley, while a “more restrained and ladylike” Kathleen Parker sometimes looked like his caregiver. || David Zurawik: “A load of obnoxious, self important noise.” || Dan Kennedy: “‘Parker Spitzer’ felt like it was never going to end.” || David Hinckley: Spitzer tended to jump into everyone else’s sentences.

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