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Thanks to Charlotte for sending:

“Eaton School 3rd grader representing DC. Vote Daily through 3/6″

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In the future we will need to turn our trash into treasure. E-Waste has lots of things we can recycle. Gold, Copper etc. This doodle is from a salvaged DVR.

District of Columbia, K-3 Grade Group

About a year ago DC’s Akilah Johnson represented and won with this great doodle:

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Let’s get DC represented again – please vote here.

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Thanks to a reader for sending Saturday night:

“I don’t know who this guy is, or why he was doing what he was doing…All I know is that as he bounded down the hill from the Washington Monument belting along with Bon Jovi carrying extra on his shoulders with the American flag waving triumphantly in the twilight as he wound his way around the reflecting pool towards Lincoln, there wasn’t a single person he passed who wasn’t taken out of their own mind for a few moments to look up and smile. We were all one–and I’m totally down with that cool.”

Should you spot a quiet act of heroism along these lines please do send an email with a brief description and the neighborhood where it was witnessed to [email protected]

Well, it’s not Bartles & James but it should slake the nostalgia for some. Ad Age reports:

“Beer Business Daily on Thursday reported that the brand is already in distributor warehouses and will “allegedly be offered for a limited time only.” A MillerCoors spokesman told Ad Age that “more news [is] coming soon” and that “if you’re one of the zillion fans who have missed Zima, the answer should be clear.”

Breaking updates as this story develops.

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Photo by PoPville flickr user m01229

hahaha and with this – I conclude my continuing coverage of Don’s Johns.

“Dear PoPville,

Don’s announced today that it will be “covering up” the logos of Gene’s Johns and Blue Ribbon Restrooms via acquisition.

The deal positions Don’s Johns as the largest provider of sanitation services in the mid-Atlantic region.”

From a press release: (more…)