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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Kissin' Ger?



Really?


From an otherwise not-terribly-interesting "compare #TrumpRussia to Watergate" column by David Remnick centering around one of Nixon's assistants:

Butterfield carried out Nixon’s most peculiar orders, whether they involved barring a senior economic adviser from a White House faith service or making sure that Henry Kissinger was no longer seated at state dinners next to the most attractive woman at the occasion. (Nixon, who barely acknowledged, much less touched, his own wife in public, resented Kissinger’s public, and well-cultivated, image as a Washington sex symbol.)

I'd heard the '70s were a weird time sexually, but I had no idea they were *that* weird. Or maybe I'm just too young to remember a time where Henry Kissinger wasn't a fat old murder-toad.