Washington, D.C.’s resident vultures

by Walter Olson on June 6, 2014

There’s a lot of amusement about the pair of vultures (real ones) who’ve taken up residence on Washington, D.C.’s K Street. In a new Cato post, I explain what attracts them.

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1 Jen 06.19.14 at 10:52 pm

A mating pair used to roost on the balcony outside our CEO’s office, and would sit and stare in his window. I was teasing him about it one day, and he said they just serve as a reminder that the stockholders were watching too…

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