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Have to admit, the second graph isn't exactly reader-friendly.

One more thing, if I hadn't read about them here, I'm sure I would know little to nothing about Frumin and Silverman since I don't see any evidence of their EOTR campaign. I appreciate him having some semblance of support in a small pocket of W7 but it would be nice to see some real activity EOTR, especially in W8. Sit your arses in front of Giant, Ihop, Anacostia/Congress Heights/Southern Avenue stations for a change and not do what all others have done and see it as a nonstarter. And people wonder why it's hard to make inroads EOTR.

*jumps off soapbox*

by HogWash on Feb 14, 2013 1:03 pm • linkreport

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