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Just this week, GQ published their annual "50 Most Powerful People in D.C." list. Populated by the likes of Condoleezza Rice, Nancy Pelosi, Karl Rove and Tim Russert, the list better describes the movers and shakers in "Washington", but not the District. And since we're snobs about local news and happenings, we threw together a little list of the people who really exercise influence in or over the lives of people who live and work in D.C. There isn't any particular order, and we welcome further suggestions in the comments. And no, saying "me!" doesn't count.
Blelvis: The District's own Black Elvis is apparently influential enough to merit not only repeated coverage by the City Paper, but a piece in the Post too. How far behind can The New Yorker be?
New Apple target price: $160
See here. And some are going even higher. Meanwhile king dork Jim Cramer and his moronic henchman refuse to apologize for spreading lies and hurting our stock earlier in the week, here. Watch the video and see how Cramer has the absolute gall to ask Quasimodo, "Gee, what's going on with Apple, we've seen a lot of volatility there lately." Cramer, you are lower than whale shit.