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In case you missed it last night, here's MSNBC's Keith Olbermann spending, oh, six minutes talking about the proposed George W. Bush library and think tank at SMU. His guest for the segment--it was the No. 3 story on Olbermann's Countdown--is Arianna Huffington, who today has her own column today about yesterday's New York Daily News story concerning the $500 million library, half of which will be funded by the so-called "mega-donors." (You might have seen our item this morning about how Baylor and even SMU peeps say, Whoa, hold on. But never you mind that just now.) Like we said yesterday, really, enough with the My Pet Goat jokes. Oh, forget it. --Robert Wilonsky

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