Hillary, Obama, Sex, Beer, and Strippers 

I was out of town last week on my annual trout-fishing trek to the deep woods of Pennsylvania. (You know, the place where Obama saw his shadow, and now we have six more weeks of Hillary.) I was off the grid -- no Internet, no cell phone -- just my gun and my religion and a four-weight fly-rod. And beer ...

Read Bruce VanWyngarden's column from this week's Flyer.

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