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“It’s, frankly, not the greatest duty for media folks either.”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  December 30, 2008 11:46 AM

Aw. Poor journalists. Stuck on Adonis pectoral worship duty in Hawaii.

Life is hard:

It’s, frankly, not the greatest duty for media folks either. You can spend seven hours waiting in a hot van outside a house party and never see anything the officeholder is doing. Nothing to show for a day’s “work.” Some of these public officials send food and drinks out; some don’t. Some will pause to feed the pool a sound bite.

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