The Spy Who Blogged Me

In the following photo, am I...

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a) revealing my secret identity as a spy in the greater NC region?

b) laying low from the ScienceBlog paparazzi?

c) sharing lunch with Bora and Abel after we guest lectured at Duke's Sanford Institute on Public Policy on a sunny Spring day?

d) in the running for which SciBling can sport the dorkiest glasses?

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GenomeBoy wrote:

"I had the good fortune of enticing three Beacons of the Bloggerati to the class I teach on Science and the Media."

LOL _Beacons of the Bloggerati_

Don't let it go to your heads ;->

I vote a-c. Nice earrings ,too, on you.

is there a Sb paparazzi at Duke?

I swear, Sheril is a dead ringer for Natalie Portman.