When Norman Mineta Went To The Smithsonian

Monday, July 26, 2010

One day I'll have my picture hanging in The Smithsonian as well. Sure, it might be because of something horrible I end up doing like coming up with a way to clone just bits and pieces of people so I can sell on underground market (which also goes to show you that even in my fantasies I'm not all there because if I could clone things then why would I need to sell body parts....).

Either way.

A portrait of the first Asian Pacific American to hold a presidential Cabinet post is being installed in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. The portrait of former transportation and commerce secretary Norman Mineta will be installed Monday, becoming part of the museum's permanent collection.
I clone you.