DC, abbr.:

1. the district occupied entirely by the city of Washington; chosen by George Washington as the site of the capital of the United States and created out of land ceded by Maryland and Virginia” [Princeton via Google…apparently they never took the time to amend the defintion after Virginia took its land back]

2. the DC metro area; does anyone say “I’m from Crystal City!”?*

3. a diverse, non-state entity of approximately 600,000 people that really should be a state; the people of Glover Park, Adams Morgan and Anacostia cannot all be represented through a single congressional delegate with no power

4. the White House, Capitol building, National Mall, Smithsonian, memorials, etc., along with attendant vendors, that comprise the only “DC” most Americans are aware of [note: occasionally add Georgetown]

na·ïve \nä-ˈēv, nī-\
1: marked by unaffected simplicity : artless, ingenuous
2 a: deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgment; credulous
b: not previously subjected to experimentation or a particular experimental situation <made   the test with naive rats> ; also : not having previously used a particular drug (as   marijuana)
c: not having been exposed previously to an antigen <naive T cells>
3 a: self-taught, primitive
b: produced by or as if by a self-taught artist <naive murals>

[via Merriam-Webster]

I moved here in the fall of 2008 and picked up on the local blogging scene. This site is my attempt to join in the fun. Don’t expect too much in the way of community politics unless I happen to get involved or link to other, more qualified bloggers.

* note: I kid because I can…


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