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Lunchline: Clinton Yates talks squirrels, painting attacks and the weather gods

Lunchline fans got an extra dose of local buzz today, as Clinton Yates chatted live about spring weather, the Gauguin painting attack, and D.C. Squirrel Week.

(Spoiler alert: Yates isn’t exactly a fan of the furry critters. “Listen, squirrels are urban survivalists. There is a reason why they’re still here. They are basically rats with tails.”)

See more from today’s chat, or watch the video below.

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For even more Lunchline, check out today’s edition, where Yates talks about Katie Couric (“an Arlington girl”) gearing up to be the next Oprah, why you may not have to be totally embarrassed by the Wizards, and his favorite Nirvana song in honor of the 17th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death.

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