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That Hillary shoulder thing.

Featured — moving like that — on the front page of the NYT. The teaser is "Watching on Mute, I Still Knew the Score/The idea was simple: to test the theory that what presidential candidates say during debates is less important than what they look like while they’re saying it." Here's the article. The author, Jonathan Mahler, loves that shoulder thing: It was a little shimmy of her shoulders — cheeky, insouciant — accompanied by a big, toothy grin.
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