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A nice photo by the NYT’s Stephen Crowley. Obama stops into a restaurant before his last speech and greets patrons. Elements? Young folks, Obama, smiles, nekkid people! You can’t go wrong with that combo. Bet you wouldn’t see a version from White House photographer Pete Souza, though.
(credit: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times caption: On his way to his last speech of the day on Tuesday, President Obama stopped at a popular Boulder restaurant and bar known as the Sink. Evidently, a customer was so nervous she lost control of her food, spilling yogurt on the president and a member of the Secret Service.)
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