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The Sciences

In Washingtonian

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyFebruary 5, 2007 8:50 PM

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There's a picture of a very unshaven yours truly, hanging out in my favorite coffee shop (Tryst), in the latest issue of Washingtonian. The magazine dropped by one day to see who was working at Tryst, and thus I wound up in the story. If anyone gets a copy of this mag and can scan it (p. 10), definitely send, as I'd like to post the picture and clipping. Here's what it says: "Writer Chris Mooney, 29, mentioned Tryst in the acknowledgements of his 2005 bestseller, The Republican War on Science: 'I must also thank all of the Tryst servers whose steady stream of coffee facilitated the writing of this book on many a late night in Adams Morgan.'"

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