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I Watched the Presidential Debate With the Sound Off. Bugs Bunny Won.

It’s been said the best way to judge a presidential debate is to watch with the sound off. So I did. It was liberating! Stress that accrued throughout the day—as I fretted for the fate of our republic—dissolved into the calming silence of a muted television. During the pre-debate run-up, graphics swooped weightlessly across the screen, untethered to those urgent string sections.
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