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1) Think you're a man? Well, do you wear khakis? DO YOU?

2) Jane Black explores "farm-washing."

3) Kids eat less junk food when schools stop providing it to them.

4) Ben Nelson isn't using the failure of his anti-abortion amendment to make more filibuster threats. At least, not yet.

5) The 50 states, ranked. I'd make some changes.

Recipe of the day: Vanilla-roasted pears.

By Ezra Klein  |  December 8, 2009; 6:51 PM ET
 
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What's that list based on? There's a serious East Coast bias going on. Clearly, Washington State and Oregon are underrated.

Posted by: MosBen | December 8, 2009 7:11 PM | Report abuse

vanilla roasted pears on a wintry evening!
perfect....
and i've got just the right music for you....
julian bream and stephane grapelli, playing "nuages."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNf2IXBS2R0&feature=related

Posted by: jkaren | December 8, 2009 8:02 PM | Report abuse

As a partial corrective measure:

50. Arkansas
49. Mississippi
48. Alabama
47. Wyoming
46. Georgia
45. South Carolina
44. Oklahoma
43. Kansas
42. Utah
41. West Virginia
40. Idaho
39. Texas
38. Indiana
37. North Dakota
36. Montana
35. Nebraska
34. Florida
33. Kentucky
32. Louisiana
31. South Dakota
30. Arizona
29. Missouri
28. Nevada
27. New Hampshire
26. Delaware
25. New Jersey
24. Michigan
23. Tennessee
22. Ohio
21. Alaska
20. Rhode Island
19. Connecticut
18. Iowa
17. New Mexico
16. North Carolina
15. Wisconsin
14. Virginia
13. Maryland
12. Massachusetts
11. Illinois
10. Hawaii
9. Pennsylvania
8. New York
7. Minnesota
6. California
5. Colorado
4. Maine
3. Vermont
2. Oregon
1. Washington

Posted by: dal20402 | December 9, 2009 11:13 AM | Report abuse

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