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Slew of Online Discussions Today

You can get your questions on a number of inauguration-related topics today answered by experts and Post reporters.

At 11 a.m. ET, submit questions or thoughts to washingtonpost.com fashion and beauty editor Janet Bennett Kelly and/or Post transportation reporters Eric Weiss and Lena H. Sun

At noon, Secret Service agent Joseph Funk will discuss how presidents -- and inaugural crowds -- are kept safe.

And at 1p.m. ET, Post inauguration reporters David Nakamura and Nikita Stewart will take any questions or thoughts you've got about the next two days.

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  January 19, 2009; 9:00 AM ET  | Category:  Answers
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I have been a Wash Post subscriber for 24 years. I liked the coverage of the inauguration concert today in all the paper's sections, from "Jamming the mall" to other editorials in Style and Metro. I find it regrettable that most articles missed out on the message of Love, Peace, Freedom and Justice that was repeatedly brought up, by U2's Bono. The devout Catholic singer called for the need to pursue the quest of Freedom. He mentioned that specifically for Americans, Europeans, Africans, Israelis and Palestinians. As we turn a blind eye to the Barbaric massacres perpetuated against innocent civilians in Gaza, it is very refreshing and sobering to get reminded by a singer of the necessity to globalize the great values and behaviors behind "we are one".

Posted by: samiandi | January 19, 2009 8:17 AM | Report abuse

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