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I'm With Stupid: The Auditory Purgatory Of America, Chicago And Bread

I've always considered myself a bit of a music nerd, and as I may have mentioned before, I have what I call a phonographic memory -- meaning I can remember the words to every song I've ever heard but somehow I won't remember your name the first six times I'm reintroduced to you. In some ways, it's great. For instance, I like to sing along with the radio when I'm driving, so it's nice not to fumble over the lyrics and look like an idiot when other people are in the car with me.
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