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Are You a Slob? That Could Be a Great Thing

“Lots of people tolerate mess,” a friend once observed while looking at my living room, strewn with clothes, dishes and junk mail. “You’re the only one I know who seems to have a positive preference for it.” So you can imagine my initial thrill at the title of Tim Harford’s Messy: The Power of Disorder…
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