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“He was a safe choice to run the magazine, averse to confrontation.He liked being sucked up to and did not make waves,” reports Poole.Allen yielded them, while producing a magazine that remained quite good, but a bony, lightweight version of its former self, at higher cost to members."One of the more traumatic incidents for both Allen and the magazine was the brouhaha over The Piltdown Bird, or as the Brits slyly dubbed it “The Piltdown Turkey.”In November, 1999, National Geographic ran a major story about the Archaeoraptor, a fossil thought to be the missing link between dinosaurs and birds.It turned out to be a fraud cobbled together in China. Just a friendly reminder: don't be ashamed to admit that you have a crush on him. Scroll down and check out his large body, short and/or medium dark brown hairstyles & haircuts.

He retired in 2004 after 10 years as editor-in-chief.

Her husband, meanwhile, has been seen out and about with big time environmentalist and Democratic donor Elizabeth Keadle.

Now, suddenly, simply everybody wants to know more about Allen, a once low-profile photographer and wine connoisseur who has been married, had a son, and was so discreet through it all he left few tracks in his wake.

Some colleagues viewed him as “calm, friendly, collected, a foxhole type of guy.” Others, like his No.

2 Robert Poole, describe him as outwardly friendly but basically aloof.

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