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Busboys and Poets and ‘pathetic’ debate

We went to check out the debate at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. and discovered that these two candidates are the best America has to offer – not really. Check out the video.

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Douglas Christian

Douglas Christian was born in Germany and grew up in Boston. He spent great deal of time growing up with his grandfather, Arthur T. Gregorian, a notable Oriental Rug dealer and importer in Newton Lower Falls, MA. With him, Douglas traveled the world buying rugs in places as diverse as Iran and India. Later, Douglas produced a few books on Oriental Rugs; one was on Armenian Oriental Rugs and the other was published by Rizzoli and co-authored by his uncle entitled, Oriental Rugs of the Silk Route. Douglas attended the Park School in Brookline and Putney School in Vermont, a tiny progressive school in Vermont. He became enthralled with photography and rebuilt a 4x5 camera at Putney. Later during college, he attended the Ansel Adams Workshop at Yosemite, where he determined to pursue photography. He transferred to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and received a BFA from Tufts. He ran a photographic studio for decades and photographed an array of people including politicos such as William F. Buckley, Jr., George McGovern, Edward Teller and Cesar Chavez. His photography URL is www.photographystudio.com. The pull of life away from family pulled him to try another profession closer to home and he ran a bookstore for several years and later recruited scientists such as Biostatisticians for pharmaceutical companies. He resides with his wife,Ayda Pourasad in Columbia Heights, Washington, DC. His twitter feed is @xiwix His LinkedIn account is www.linkedin.com/in/proanalysis/. Contact the author.