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In the 1890s, big cities around the world were grappling with growing volumes of horse manure and urine and the rotting bodies of thousands of dead horses, spreading disease.
Bannon didn’t resemble a honey badger so much as a dead horse after losing his job as chief White House strategist in August, then his job at Breitbart on Tuesday.
This isn't trying to drum up controversy, or beat a dead horse by continually asking the coaches about Dobbins and Weber.
In 1880 alone, New York City removed nearly 15,000 dead horses from its streets.
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