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Posted at 12:06 PM ET, 01/ 6/2011

Lunch Break

By Ezra Klein

On the off chance that you haven't yet seen this story about the homeless man with the wonderful radio voice, this is worth watching:

Happily, it looks like things are turning around for him.

By Ezra Klein  | January 6, 2011; 12:06 PM ET
 
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Dude looks like a cross between Obama and Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.

Posted by: OrlandoOzio | January 6, 2011 12:38 PM | Report abuse

He's right about looks being unimportant. Look at Garrison Keiller. The dude looks a bit like a troll, but he has the most amazing voice in the world.

Posted by: goinupnup | January 6, 2011 12:50 PM | Report abuse

This person is a much better candidate for President Obama to highlight for being given a second chance than Michael Vick. Perhaps it may also lead him to reconsider proposing some change to the nation's Federal drug laws.

Hopefully he won't relapse once things start going better for him.

Posted by: jnc4p | January 6, 2011 3:47 PM | Report abuse

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