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July 01, 2012

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hush

I, too, was amused by NE's willingness to reveal Deep Throat's identity. I remain perplexed by the press' refusal to tell the world the story -- the explanation might lie in the fact that apparently, CB never explicitly told her it was Mark Felt, however she guessed, correctly.

RIP, Nora!

sarah

Hello from a new visitor :-) I loved that book by Nora, although I was disappointed to find the movie didn't have the same bite. I especially loved the recipes :-)

Steph

Interesting, hush. That makes sense. Welcome, sarah!

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