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May 6, 2014 12:00 AM

YARBROUGH: Talking politics and watching out for the spinach

I like to surround myself with those smarter than me. In my case, that’s not hard to do. I could make a sack of rocks look like a Mensa meeting. So, I was flattered to be asked to lunch recently with a group of reporters, editors and long-time political observers in Atlanta and listen to them talk politics. I didn’t add much to the conversation but I managed not to get spinach stuck in my teeth, so I would call the day a success.

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